Depends on how low below 100. 6.4 is a tad high, but still ok. We all have our "range" of bloodsugars. Mine, for example is 96 to 120. I feel "off" when I'm not in that range. How way below 100 do you go when you feel bad? It shows the meds should be adjusted. Are you eating the same way every day? My father is typical, he shoots (insulin) the same ammount every morning and within hours he is low. Why? Because we tell him over and over a piece of toast or half a yogurt is not enough food for that ammount of insulin. Funny, if we actually cook him breakfast, he will eat toast, eggs, bacon. And be fine. Difference, his eating. Just some ideas to talk to your doctor about hon.
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