Jul 31, 2015
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Keep a Log Book to Record Blood Glucose Values

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.

Date Breakfast Lunch Supper Bedtime Medication Comments
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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