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Re: [IPp] Re: low numbers and not feeling well

 We don't use Lantus, but from what I understand he should take his humalog when
he eats (whenever that is) and take his Lantus at the regularly scheduled time.

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Barbara Mcarthur <email @ redacted>
Reply-To: email @ redacted
Date:  Wed, 12 Nov 2003 18:42:23 -0800 (PST)

> Okay I have a question for all the experts out there. This is an MDI question
>since most of us were MDI at one time. My girlfriends son who is 24 has just
>been dx'd. He is on Lantus at night and three shots of Humalog during the day.
 >His dilemma is this, on Friday he has a wedding. He won't be having dinner
>probably 8 o'clock. Does he take his shot before he eats his dinner then still
>take the Lantus at 11:00 pm and just have a small snack when his normal dinner
 >would have been? Or what? I am not real sure how to answer this. We were not
>Lantus and I just want to be sure he is getting the correct info. It seems his
>endo is always MIA. TIA, Barb
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 Kelly, mom to Jillian 13, dx'd 2/6/01, Patrick 12 tomorrow (Nov. 10) and Erin 3
Happily married to Steve

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