Last night I went up to 30 mcq from 15 mcq. Well I was at 367 at 6:24pm by 8:15pm I was down to 54. That's with taking both a correction dosage and insulin for meal was a total of 19 units. Now this morning I was at 156 at 8:15am but now I'm at 322 at 10:56am. This is crazy. I'm now having to take a correction dosage for that. I retake it at 1230 for lunch.

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Comment by John Smith on July 28, 2009 at 10:21am
For a moment I read that last line as your BG reading after lunch being 1230!!
Comment by Cherise on July 28, 2009 at 10:25am
I should have said I'll retake it at 12:30pm for lunch.
Comment by Denise Bevard on July 28, 2009 at 11:27am
Maybe since symlin delays the stomach empting..it is a timing issue...you insulin peak is not matching when the glucose hits your system..causing the crash and rebound?

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