I am a Type 1 diabetic and have been for 47 years. I live in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
For a long time I was on Levemir and Humalog, which was good except for the fact that Levemir only lasted 18 hours for me. Because of that I would waken frequently with high blood sugars.
When I saw that Tresiba was available I decided to switch over to that. I also switched over to Fiasp as well.
With these two new insulins I have found my control improved slightly. But I have also found that my blood sugars goes crazy high much more frequently. If I have a low, I can only take about 1/4 cup of apple juice and even that can send my blood sugar sky rocketing.
Does anyone else experience this as well? It’s already happened twice this morning and I am getting sooooo tired of it.
Thanks for any responses, i’d Really like to know how to manage this better.
PLEASE NOTE: For some reason I am unable to respond to your posts. Not sure why but thanks for the suggestions. I may not be able to use this forum as I thought. But once again, thanks for your comments.