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Feeling of low blood sugar after decrease in intake of insulin actrabid points. What should be done?

dear doctor, i am shahib, i taking insulin human actrabid since 2011,april. in starting , i intake insulin ha before breakfast 15 point 8.30 am, lunch 22 point 1.30 pm, dinner 11 pt 8.30 pm and lantus 20 after dinner. but now i intake insulin ha before breakfast 5 point, lunch 10 point, dinner 8 pt . my question is at 11.30 am i fell low blood sugar , 7 pm low bs . what to do.
Asked On : Tue, 7 Aug 2012
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dear SHAHIB,
kindly let me know your age and BMI.
are you type 1 diabetic?
what was your previuos or recent HBA1C?
if you experience low sugars at 11.30 am kindly decrease the morning dose of actrapid by 2 units.and when your sugars are low at 7 pm,decrease the before lunch insulin by 2 units..
kindly do monitoring of blood sugars and write it down....
let me know about your food intake and its pattern.....

dr vikrant tari
Answered: Tue, 7 Aug 2012
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