Last week I asked:
Would you send your child to day camp?
This week I have a question about high blood sugars.
Our endo and CDE are always telling us not to give corrections for high blood sugars at bedtime or in the night.
Our overnight basal is set to keep our daughter even through the night (as it should), so if she’s high at bedtime, she will likely be high at breakfast. And I fear that 8 or 9 hours above range will wreak havoc on her A1c.
So my question this week is:
Do you correct for high blood sugars at bedtime or in the night?
I’d love for you to leave a comment about how you deal with bedtime and overnight high blood sugars.
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