What Happens When Your Blood Sugars Go Up? After Double Dose

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double dosed on Tresiba 9 hours ago. after taking my BS started to RISE and in a hr & half it was 150 points higher, then it began to go down to 120 ..now it is rising again. HELP It is now night and I don't want a high like this morning to damage my kidneys which are low function.



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Verwon Says:

Why did you take a double dose of it?

And what did you eat? Even though you take this medication, you can't expect it to do everything, you have to help it work by eating a low fat, low sugar diet, and getting lots of proper exercise to help control your blood sugar, according to the NIH.

As to the Tresiba, it doesn't start working until a few hours after taking it, so you will not see an immediate lowering, according to the manufacturer.



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