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Why is my insulin dose increasing as my pregnancy progresses?

Don’t be alarmed if your total insulin dosage increases as your pregnancy continues. This does not mean your diabetes is getting worse, only that your insulin resistance is increasing, which is to be expected. You may need to make changes in your insulin dosage as often as every 10 to 14 days.

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