Kennedy made the switch to apidra last week. Overall she is thrilled to be able to eat sooner, and her peaks are not NEAR as high! Pretty much know where her blood sugar is going to be two hours later, maybe will drop another 10 points or so after that but that's it.
using about 8% less insulin than before, from 21 units a day to 18, have left basal the same, now seeing ssome drops in the overnight, and running lower temp basals at night to keep her from dropping overnights.
What have podders experience been switching to apidra? Did you use less insulin? How does your third day hold out? Did you have to reset basals?
Did you post pod change blood sugar spike as high? ( hers was lower, it just seems to kick in much sooner on that new pod)
We are now having exercise low's that have been hard to control, turning basal way down and leaving her at 180 before dance, and she's still dropping to 50 by the end of class...
Anyone with insights on how apidra changed your pod regimen with exercise? turn basal down MORE? turn basal OFF maybe? Turn basal down sooner?
Call into endo today, but any and all insights appreciated!