Well, the altered dose of insulin is working out well – no low blood sugar episodes since I cut back from 30 to 26 units in the morning.

Now we’ll see how that changes with intense exercise. I do my free weights in the morning, and about an hour of walking a day, but if I’m going to start the boxing classes again in August, I need to know how pushing up my heartrate for 45-60 minutes is going to alter my sugar levels.

Have an appointment with Dr. S at the end of the month for follow-up. That *should* be the appointment where we lock in my insulin dosage. It generally takes some time for sugar levels to even out to the point where you can gauge how different types of insulin interact with you personally (everybody’s body reacts slightly differently, as I understand it).

Deep breath. This is manageable.

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