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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 on Monday
Reply by Sensorium139

How do u change from nite insulin to day.

I have my lowest readings at nite while I sleep. The amount of insulin is. Not doing it post and after meals. I wake up 120 FBS. Eat a no c…

Started by Vikki

10 Sep 10
Reply by Sarah

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
Reply by rick the "Blogabetic"

Long time pumper.... going back to injections?

The title says it all. I have been on a pump for 17 years now. Due to a declining pump (it is 12 years old) and the cost to keep pumping ou…

Started by A. Barney

28 Sep 7
Reply by Scott A

Please answer me quickly......a little nervous

Need a quick answer.....I'm just learning to inject Lantus....and tonight as the needle went in I moved and the needle bent....now I have a…

Started by sdkate

8 Sep 2
Reply by Stuart

Lantus question!

Greetings all, this is my go to place for all diabetic questions. I just experienced a feeling of horror when I found a box of Lantus pens…

Started by Hakima

9 Jul 17
Reply by Dave

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

A thought for those scared to pump ...

For those who are scared to try the pump (or who tried it and hated it) because of reliability issues or fear of DKA, have you thought of u…

Started by Jen

10 Jun 6
Reply by Jen

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