I know that I saw a few other posts about this, and I have seen some other people say that the heat has risen their sugar levels a few points, but I am wondering is there anyone else out there that the heat hits more than just a couple of points? ON Sunday I slept all afternoon and then checked my BS it was about 480…I broke down and took Novolog, was fine the rest of the day, but the next am it was back up to 285…took more Novolog…and today again I passed out on the couch, checked my BS a little bit ago and low and behold it was 293. I just took more Novolog. I already take 45 units of Lantus at night. I can't be taking this much Novolog…I lost my insurance a few months ago and am rapidly using up my supply. Metformin doesn't seem to work for me and I cannot afford to outright buy my Novolog or my Lantus. ( I have already applied for the free programs for both insulins and am waiting to hear)
I am just wondering if the heat seems to affect anyone else like this, and if so what do you do about it?
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