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  1. AniFerreira

    AniFerreira New Member

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    Hey everyone! Congrats on your amazing Message Board! :) I am from a place where we have so little information on Felina Diabetes, and this Forum is amazing!
    My persian cat (11 years old) was diagnosed in June, and he is on Lantus. Our local vet changed his insulin up to 1 units. His values were always irregular.
    Last month I decided to feed him wet food and cooked fish, and his values have been dropping. He is currently having values of 170-190 in the morning (I shoot 0,5 of Lantus) and 100-130 at night (I Don't shoot)
    Am I doing okay? Or should I also shoot at night?

    Thank you <3
    Anii
     
  2. JanetNJ

    JanetNJ Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like the new diet is really working for you. Welcome. Are you using a human meter or pet meter?
     
  3. AniFerreira

    AniFerreira New Member

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    Hello! Here in my town we only have a human meter :(
     
  4. JanetNJ

    JanetNJ Well-Known Member

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    Nothing wrong with that... I was just wondering because the scale for the two kinds of meters are different. For specific dosing advice please visit the lantus forum where more eyes will see your post that use your particular insulin. :)
     
  5. Sharon14

    Sharon14 Well-Known Member

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    Welcome!
     
  6. Kris & Teasel

    Kris & Teasel Well-Known Member

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    Welcome! We can help. :)
     
  7. Stephanie & Quintus

    Stephanie & Quintus Well-Known Member

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    Welcome! You might want to post in the Feline Health forum if you haven't done so yet. In addition to measuring morning and evening, have you done any curves? ie, when you have a day off, take measurements every two hours to see how the BG evolves over the day.
     
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