All Discussions Tagged 'humalog' (34)

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Asante Snap Trial, Week One

I caught the Asante Snap video-chat here on TUD a year or so back and was very interested. I was only about a year into switching from MDI…

Started by DrBB

13 11 hours ago
Reply by Terry

Differences in diabetic supplies

My insurance company just sent a 2015 update on what medicines they will cover and other changes in the current policy. I am on Humalog rig…

Started by sdkate

14 Dec 20, 2014
Reply by jims

Seeking Opinions about Using Humalog, Novolog, or Apidra in the Pump

Hi there, I'm diagnosed with type 1, but I've been using Humulin-R in my pump (the U-500 strength) for the past four years. I suppose you c…

Started by catendo

16 Oct 29, 2014
Reply by Kelly

Insulin differences

What are the differences between Humalog/Novolog/Apidra? How about Lantus and Levemir? Thanks in advance for the feedback!

Started by Dee

6 Oct 27, 2014
Reply by Sensorium139

Humalog vs Apidra

Hey everyone. I just got my apidra savings card and got some free apidra! My question is...is there a difference between the two as far as…

Started by adam nash

7 Oct 8, 2014
Reply by Michelle

To Change Insulins or Not To Change Insulins, this is the question

I have used Humulin R insulin for 17 years now; I am a 61-year-old female. I have been without healthcare that would pay for my insulin sin…

Started by Nettie

36 Sep 9, 2014
Reply by rick the "Blogabetic"

Used Humalog with pump for 4 years, then it wouldn't bring bg's down, so tried Apidra and it works!

Has anyone had the experience that using the same insertion sets, checking the pump with the Medtronic trouble shooter on the phone, and st…

Started by Suhen

10 Aug 20, 2014
Reply by swisschocolate

Humalog, Novolog and Apidra...which one and why?

For those who have tried the above three rapid acting insulins, did you find one better than the other? Take less of one than another?

Started by Bee

13 Jul 10, 2014
Reply by JohnG

The Black Coffee Conundrum

I am a heavy coffee drinker - BLACK WITH NO MILK/CREAM/ETC. I have noticed that the brand and production method for my coffees have an affe…

Started by DFresh

9 Jul 5, 2014
Reply by Jim

What rapid and long acting insulin combo do you use?

I've been using aphidra for a few months now after being forced to switch to it from Humalog (Humalog is not currently available in Philipp…

Started by JustLookin

4 Jul 1, 2014
Reply by Sensorium139

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