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Discussion in 'Type 2 Diabetes' started by catherinecherub, Dec 10, 2016.
Very interesting, thank you and Merry Xmas!
There's another thing here.
In my experience, my nutrition got far richer as soon as I left hospital, and so I needed to "up" my insulin dose as soon as I left. I also experienced the flip-side of the same thing when I had to go back into hospital - regular hypos in the middle of the night until I sussed that I needed to reduce my dose for the duration.
Nutrition is hospitals is so poor these days ( you might say that's a good thing!) that you need to be aware.
Thanks.. my glucose level increased recently , now i know its may have been because of the cold i got thanks again
i am glad to have seen this summary
Thanks for updating an wonderful information.
Great resource I have been looking for this type of resource since I started travelling overseas with insulin and being started on a short acting insulin
Thanks for info have been high since having chest infection and felt rough for weeks hopefully will start to feel better