Mealtime insulin is insulin that you take just before you eat a meal. The approach that makes sense for you will depend on a number of factors, such as how high your blood glucose spikes after a meal, how high it is between meals, and other considerations. Work with your doctor to decide upon the right treatment plan for you.
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