A week or two ago I went to the endo and confessed -- I had completely stopped turning in my omnipod/dexcom data to my CDEs and been making adjustments to my rates and ratios all on my own.
He got the A1C results back and... 6.0! He says I'm doing fine and if doing my own thing is getting results like this, to keep it up and just to not forget a healthy dose of common sense.
So, now that I'm approved by the doc to do my own thing... what are resources I can use to find out how to change my basal/I:C? I have a decent A1C, but I keep having big spikes (up to 200-250) that make me feel horrible. I tried to google up ways to fix this, but I'm only finding MDI stuff.
I'm more than willing to pay for a book, but I want to hear that it's worth the money and going to help me learn how to set my own ratios before I shell out the dough.
Thank you! :)