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Blood Glucose Summary (Normal Range is 70–130 mg/dL)

Blood Glucose Summary (Normal Range is 70–130 mg/dL)
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Blood Glucose Summary (Normal Range is 70–130 mg/dL)

Blood Glucose Summary (Normal Range is 70–130 mg/dL)
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Date: Enter the date you took your reading. Please enter it in the following format: MM/DD/YYYY.

Time: Enter the time you took your reading. Please enter it in the following format: HH:MM AM/PM.

Glucose: Enter the blood glucose number displayed on your meter. It's important to be as accurate as you can with this entry, so try to enter it while your meter is nearby.

Meal: Check the appropriate box if your glucose level was measured right before a meal or 1-2 hours after a meal. This could help you spot patterns so you can adjust your diet, as well as help you and your health care provider decide if you need to adjust your diabetes medication.

Glucose Factors: Choose any icon that has occurred before or after this blood glucose reading. This could help you and your health care provider better manage your diabetes by understanding what affects your readings.

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