Learning to take insulin injections can be a challenge, but if you take the time to master the steps, it can be a quick and virtually painless process. Be sure you know your blood sugar before injecting, and that you are taking the right amount of insulin. It's important to talk to your doctor and find a dosage plan that works best for you.
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This morning it wasn’t the sun, the wind, or the birds that woke me up. It was the soft, insistent vibrating of a medical device urging me to check my blood sugar. Opening my eyes, still safely under the covers, I checked my blood sugar with a meter smaller than a deck of cards, calibrated my continuous glucose monitor, and then glanced at my insulin pump — which reminded me that today was the day I needed to change my infusion set. My dLife is pretty high tech. And I’m...