Keep a record of your blood glucose values in a log book.
- Note down your readings.
- Write down your medication dose, especially any changes in your medication.
- In the note or comment section, write down changes in food, activity, illness, stress, or insulin reactions.
- Bring your log book to all your appointments with your doctor.
|2/20||165||—||140||—||DiaBeta – 5 mg at breakfast||Walked after lunch|
|2/21||123||92||—||254||Same||Dined out at supper|
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