Hey Kelly:) Could not do it last night but, did my a.m. basal instead.
I do a bicycle pattern with basal changing for rise in a.m. and then up around meal times…in a.m. I am more insulin resistant…drop by lunch and then rise again in late evening. Based on these numbers for a.m…my basal looks good for now:
8:30 a.m. 61
9:30 a.m. 86
10:30 a.m. 91
11:30 a.m. 77
12:30 p.m. 82
suspect I need to dial back my nightime basal though…so it is the next basal I should check! thanks for posting and encouraging me to f/u…doing basal checks are always a chore and nice to have someone to do it with:) I find just being on Tu has improved my blood sugars…because I have an additional reason to be attentive to my care. When I am not attentive…my numbers drift and suddenly, I am looking at BGs in the 200’s!
By the way…how often do you check your basals? I do when I notice numbers out of the ordinary for a few days and usually about every 3-4 months…usually in anticipation of seeing the doctor.
Again…thanks for being a basal buddy:)
Have a great weekend.