If your readings are continuously too high with no lows, then your insulin dose is too little. Your morning reading should be about 6 if you have no other problems, and this is achieved by adjusting your levemir by about 2 units if your morning averages more than 6 over 3 days. You need to do this before adjusting your apidra, otherwise you may cause lows. Once morning reading is fairly constant, then you need to adjust the apidra, and the best way of doing this is by carb counting which should be done via a dietician who knows how to do it.
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