A salaam alay kum. The blessed month of Ramadan is not far away and not only is this a time for prayer and reflection but it is also a time to thank Allah (SWT) for the many bounties He has bestowed upon us in trust – our health and our bodies being prime examples Alhumdullilah.
Testing your blood glucose levels is important and it does not break the fast. If you have a blood testing meter, test your glucose levels regularly.
- Talk to your doctor or diabetes team before fasting.
- Look for signs of hyperglycaemia, hypoglycaemia and dehydration.
- Make sure someone you know is aware that you are fasting.
- Always carry your glucose tablets, glucose gel or a sugary drink in case of a hypo. This…
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