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Re: [IP] BG levels

 If you are high two hours after a meal, I would change the bolus (insulin carb
ratio) first. If you are high after the two hours, then look at changing the
basal rate. Don't change them both at the same time or you won't really know
what worked.
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From: email @ redacted
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Date:  Wed, 17 Sep 2003 09:37:30 EDT

>Well, there is a few things causing this.  It could be you did not calculate 
>correctly the bolus needed to cover your meal.
>Perhaps, your basal rate is too small.  
>Perhaps you ate more than you intended.  
>But anyway, since you know now that it runs high after your meal, can now 
>account for it, and raise your basal rate, or bolus more.
>It gets easier, and besides that, we all have a few highs here and there.  
>Take care. 
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