From Ontario, Canada:
Our 16 year old Type 1 diabetic son has high blood sugars every morning (10.2 -20.0). We check him at night and he is usually high as well (8.0 - 10.0). He takes N (long) insulin and R (intermediate) insulin at bedtime. What can we do to lower the A.M. high blood sugars?
It sounds as though your son needs a little more long acting insulin. The other possibility is giving the long acting a little earlier to see if an earlier action might help.
It is worth seeking help from your diabetes team.
Original posting 3 Jul 2000
Posted to Daily Care
Last Updated: Tuesday April 06, 2010 15:09:12
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