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Got the supermini insulinpen

Finally after some weeks I got the worlds smallest insulinpen!



Typically me, I came on more things that had made it better.



  • The needle which you use to draw up insulin through is not removable. And it is one size.
  • If I could put my own needle on that little thing I think it would work the same. And then I could use my own size.
  • And me as a consumer would save money cuz then I would only need one…
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Added by Tina on September 30, 2010 at 10:00am — 1 Comment

Supermini insulin pen





Found something that may suit me :). I dont feel comfort taking injections in front of others, and it is not easy to hide. But now I read something really intresting, and I have already ordered an sample

pack. Looking forward to try it!



Some information:



A company called Insulution was founded in 2008 to… Continue

Added by Tina on September 12, 2010 at 6:48am — 6 Comments

Finally!



I have been woundering why there isn´t a good community. When I was searching around at google this came up!



Aaah I thought, what can this be??



Yes, finally...much much better community than the ones I have been looking at.



What I did notice doh is that there is not much swedes here :/. But well well, I like all sorts of human beings.



And I a was mean enough to put a tudiabetes.org-link on an swedish site for diabetics which I am NOT found… Continue

Added by Tina on September 11, 2010 at 11:08am — 3 Comments

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