Diabetic Living Australia

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Your blood glucose checks: Checking your blood glucose levels can show you how your body responds to food, physical activity, stress, and more. It can help you see if you are on target or if you need to make any changes, and it can help you adjust your insulin dose, if you take insulin.

Your doctor will prescribe your diabetes medications, but only you can notice how you feel on a regimen, become aware of any side effects, and decide if the cost is something you can afford. Be sure to speak up if you’re not happy with any aspects of the medicines you

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