I just learned last night that my husband had turned the freezer control on the dorm-size fridge in the basement down to super-cold to chill a chocolate cream pie (!) about a week ago, and had just discovered all the milk, juice etc in it frozen solid. All my insulin is in that fridge!
Domestic discord aside, has anyone had experience with frozen (or nearly frozen) insulin? Three vials were frozen solid :-(. The seven others look OK, but I have no way to know if they had started to freeze, then thawed out in the several hours since he'd turned the thermostat back up. It was all in the door, farthest from the freezer compartment, which helped.
I figure I'll test each vial I'm not sure about by taking a dose with a syringe and seeing if my BG responds normally before filling a pod from it. Is it even worth testing the frozen ones? They look OK, now that they've thawed out...
Anybody else been here (sob!)???