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Forget To Take Insulin Before Bed

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  1. projector

    I'm a type 1, I usually take a long acting dose each morning and a short acting one with meals. Somehow I forgot the long acting this morning - this doesn't happen often, but it did today.
    I'm planning to take correction doses / extra units with my meals, do extra tests between meals, and possibly take an extra dose or two to correct.
    I wondered if anyone here could offer any advice to me? Or tell me how you've handled this?

  2. javellin

    a little high is better than a little low IMO. I'd just test often through the day and correct with fast acting as needed.

  3. Sideburnt

    Inject 50% at the next available opportunity, 75% at the next scheduled Basal and then back to 100%. This will re-introduce the Basal with only a little conflicting overlap, you can adjust any swing using Bolus. It's annoying but better than going a whole 24H without Basal, then another 24H for your Basal to become balanced.

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