Thanks for that Rebrascora. Yes I do have repeated goes with the food but I keep falling off the wagon. I am now doing 5 injects a day as I have to split both the morning and evening insulin doses into two instalments. So it's a double treat lol. Luckily never had any bleeding so far.@SweetGuy
Have you done anything to modify your diet as that will have an enormous impact on the amount of insulin you need. Eating less carbohydrates will mean that you need less insulin and will also help with your insulin resistance. If you add in some daily exercise like a brisk walk, that will also help to reduce your insulin needs. Some Type 2s have managed to come off insulin by following a low carb (keto style) diet and it is quite an enjoyable way to eat once you get the hang of it and you rarely feel hungry which makes sticking to it so much easier.
I have to say, I hate injecting my morning Levemir (long acting insulin) because 16 units seems like such a huge amount and sometimes it blebs. I can't imagine what it must be like to have to inject more than twice that! I usually only need 2 meals a day and they are normally less than 5 units each, sometimes just 1 or 2 if I have no real carbs or I have had a very active day.