Do you also take a long acting or basal insulin ? The usual method for insulin dosage is a ratio… Insulin:carbs for instance a 1:10 ratio would be 1 unit of insulin for every 10 grams of carbs. so you would need to learn carb counting. I see you are in Pakistan so you probably don’t have access to diabetes education. If you can get this book, Using Insulin it will give you good info on how to use insulin. I would not suggest just skipping the insulin with your meals. 114 is actually a great number, although at first since your BG has been so high it will make you feel low. BS at 70 or below is considered hypo and should be treated.
Here are the blood sugar goals I was given when first put on insulin
Fasting and pre-meal: 80-120 mg/dl
1-2 hour post-meal: 140 or <150 mg/dl
I was instructed to test before Bfast, Lunch, supper and at bedtime.
I was also put on a mixed sliding scale which means that I was given a dosage of insulin per meal and added insulin as necessary as per sliding scale according to my pre-meal readiings.
Breakfast: 3 units
Lunch: 4 units
Supper: 5 units
Then use sliding scale as needed
for pre-meal blood sugar
If pre meal BS is Under 70 Hold Insulin
If pre meal BS is 70-150 add 0
If pre meal BS is 150-200 add 0
If pre meal BS is: (add units to the meal dosage above)
201-250 add 1 unit
251-300 add 2 units
301-350 add 3 units
351-400 add 4 units
>400 add 5 units
This is only meant as a temporary treatment until patterns in readings can be discovered and you notice an insulin to carb ratio so it is important to log your meals with carb counts and units of insulin needed to cover the total carbs. If blood sugar is at or below 70 take about 15grams of sugar/candy/juice and recheck in 20 minutes
At the very least, I would start with a 1:15 ratio…meaning 1 unit of insulin per 15 grams of carbs. look on the internet for information on counting carbs…for instance, if the 2 bread slices you had are 15 grams of carbs each your total would be 30gr and would need 2units of insulin.
Is there anyway you can see another doctor? It sounds like you are left to your own devices…
I am sure that someone here will give you better advice since I am still new to insulin also; however, in the meantime, I hope this helps you find some balance…just don’t skip insulin with your meals…