What happens in the body when I give myself a basal insulin injection?
How do I know that I’m taking my basal insulin at the right time?
How does my doctor determine the best type of insulin for me?
How long should I wait after eating to take my basal insulin at night? Will certain types of foods interfere with my injection?
If I missed a dose of basal insulin, should I double up during my next scheduled dose?
If my blood sugar is still high several hours after eating, should I adjust my basal insulin dosage?
My doctor recommends a combination therapy approach to my type 2 diabetes. What exactly does this mean?
Can I really count on my basal insulin injection to last 24 hours?
What should I pack with me while traveling on an airplane? Are there certain TSA regulations I should be aware of?
I still get nervous before giving myself a basal insulin injection. Do you have any tips or pieces of advice?
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