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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

22 on Thursday
Reply by JustLookin

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
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
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
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
Reply by Sensorium139

ACA Insurance Coverage: From Syringes to Pump

I am a 29 year old T1 diabetic. For a long time I have been uninsured and had been injecting with syringes and vials since it was the cheap…

Started by DFresh

3 Jul 1
Reply by mlebois

Novolog vs. Humalog

Hello Everyone, My insurance is no longer paying for novolog in January, I read someone else's post about that recently. I have tons of nov…

Started by meee

20 May 16
Reply by meee

Humalog vs Novalog

Hello - I have a question about using humalog vs novalog in a pump. I have a medtronic pump and use Novalog. I used humalog for injections…

Started by Brianna

7 Apr 29
Reply by Sam from Alabam

BY By Pump

First a little history. i am 55 years old and type one since the age of 5. i am on s.s. disability due to my numerous health problems most…

Started by Mark

27 Feb 8
Reply by mohe0001

Insulin change due to insurance

Hello! I'm 27 and have been a type 1 for almost 11 years! (this June) I was recently told by insurance that my fast acting insulin Novolog…

Started by Shellybz

6 Jan 24
Reply by Shellybz

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