What should you do if you have hypoglycemia (low blood glucose) symptoms when you don’t have your meter?


For most people with diabetes, a blood glucose level of 70 mg/dl or less is considered low, and treatment is recommended to prevent it from dropping even lower. If you have symptoms of hypoglycemia and do not have your blood glucose meter available, treatment is recommended.

Learn more about preventing and treating hypoglycemia by reading these articles[1].

Endnotes:
  1. these articles: http://www.diabetesselfmanagement.com/articles/Low_Blood_Glucose

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