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What Is Novolog (insulin Aspart)?

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  1. Ashlee Jennings

    I am curious, because I saw this mentioned in another post. Who here gets their insulin from Canada online? What brands do you use? How have you liked them, and what have the costs been? I am using Vetsulin because I am a single, broke college student, and couldn't afford the $400 name brand insulin my vet mentioned (I don't remember the name).
    I have noticed Taz has the highest numbers in the morning before breakfast. I find this interesting because I have also read on here that most cats go low at night. I wonder if this is different for Taz because I work swing shift and she usually hangs out with me at night and sleeps while I am gone during the day. I have also heard Vetsulin can wear off faster than other brands.
    If you all know of a better resource where you can order better quality insulin online for cheaper than what a U.S. Veterinarian can offer, I am all ears!! ^..^
    My vet sells me Vetsulin for $45.

  2. Chris & China

    I'd guess that of those of us that are active here, at least 75% of us are getting our Lantus or Levemir from Canada (sounds like your vet probably mentioned Lantus...also known as glargine)
    Marks Marine Pharmacy in Vancouver has been absolutely fantastic about both prices and customer service and you can't ask for more honest people
    Here's all the information in this "Insulin from Canadian Pharmacies" post. I try to keep the information there updated as necessary regarding price.
    A 5 pack of Lantus pens is 1500 units....which is enough to last most cats well over a year and in some cats up to 2 years, so it ends up breaking down to $8-$15 month
    Also, be aware of the possibility of a strike from Canada Post....we're keeping this information updated as much as possible too

  3. Chris & China

    Ashlee Jennings said: ↑
    I have noticed Taz has the highest numbers in the morning before breakfast. I find this interesting because I have also read on here that most cats go low at night It's true that most cats go lower at night, but it's also true that the AMPS number is usually the last number to come down....that's due to something called
    "Dawn Phenomenon" where in the early hours of the morning it's normal for their to be a surge of hormones that cause the AM number to be higher....that doesn't mean the cat isn't going lower at night though...this "surge" is usually in the 4-5am time range

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Starting With Novolog® Mix 70/30

Do not share your NovoLog® Mix 70/30 FlexPen® with other people, even if the needle has been changed. You may give other people a serious infection, or get a serious infection from them. Who should not take NovoLog® Mix 70/30? Do not take NovoLog® Mix 70/30 if: your blood sugar is too low (hypoglycemia) or you are allergic to any of its ingredients. Before taking NovoLog® Mix 70/30, tell your healthcare provider about all your medical conditions including, if you are: pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or are breastfeeding. taking new prescription or over-the-counter medicines, including supplements. Talk to your health care provider about how to manage low blood sugar. How should I take NovoLog® Mix 70/30? Read the Instructions for Use and take exactly as directed. NovoLog® Mix 70/30 starts acting fast. If you have type 1 diabetes, inject within 15 minutes before you eat a meal. If you have type 2 diabetes, inject within 15 minutes before or after starting your meal. Do not mix NovoLog® Mix 70/30 with other insulin products or use in an insulin pump. Know the type and strength of your insulin. Do not change your insulin type unless your health care provider tells you t Continue reading >>

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  1. NannyMommy

    I had GD with DD 2 years ago. I too tested 4 times a day and did 4 shots a day. Protein doesn't have to be meat, though. I used peanutbutter and cheese as my snack proteins. I also used peanutbutter on toast for breakfast when I didn't have time to do eggs. Another good snack is to mix yogurt & cottage cheese together. And if you're not allergic to tree nuts you have even more options. I just failed my 1-hour test by 7 points & will go take the 3-hour on Wednesday. I'm hoping to avoid all of this again.

  2. Nelli2nini

    Been there done that and doing it again!! I test 8 times a day and am on 3 different insulins , my insulin is before supper , before bed and one at 4 in the morning, I eat lots of protein and low carb, my snacks are yogurt with low carb cereal, cheese with low carb crackers, veggies with cheese ,penut butter etc, all my meals are protein! I developed GD with my son at 26 weeks , was serious but wasn't as strict and he developed some complications that could gave cost h his life. This time I developped it right away, started insulin at 16 weeks and am being sooo strict , my blood levels are really good and I hope it continues. My doctor told me it's gonna get harder as weeks progress due to hormones( I'm 25 wks) good luck and if u need support I'm here!!!!

  3. adolle

    I'm just frustrated I guess. I don't know how to easily work my schedule around all of this. I've had to cancel on people at the last minute for things like movies because I cut into the time I should have a protein snack and I'm having a hard time testing and doing the shots in the middle of my job, which is real estate so I'm in and out of the office all day with clients. I know there are a lot of people out there that have had to deal with this but everytime I look online, there's not a lot of things written about going on insulin...just good diets. I try to talk to my friends and I get bad responses like anything from "oh well..you have to do what's good for the baby" to "my friend had that and all she had to so was watch what she ate...is your doctor sure about this?" I just feel so alone in this mess. Thanks for responding...I was starting to think I was the only one and it's good to know someone else knows what it's like.

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This is a patient education video for patients who are prescribed an insulin pen. It provides important information so that patients can understand how to correctly administer insulin using an insulin pen

Novolog Mix 70/30

How does this medication work? Your body needs insulin to turn sugar into energy. Diabetes develops when your body does not make enough insulin or does not properly use the insulin it makes. Novolog Mix 70/30 may help control your blood sugar levels by allowing blood sugar to move from your bloodstream into your cells for energy. What are the beneficial effects of this medication and when should I begin to have results? What: Lowering your blood sugar to a normal level may prevent or delay potential complications associated with diabetes, such as blindness, kidney failure, or heart problems. Novolog Mix 70/30 works in two different ways, by covering your mealtime sugar levels and controlling your sugar levels between meals. Mixed insulins, such as Novolog 70/30, provides convenience by requiring only one injection instead of 2 injections of different types of insulin. When: Novolog Mix 70/30 may control your blood sugar levels when you eat. How do I know is working? Check your blood sugar regularly and as your healthcare provider tells you to. Your healthcare provider will also do regular blood tests to measure your blood sugar levels and your hemoglobin A1C (measures your average Continue reading >>

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  1. kyleesmom

    At 11 this morning, Kylee was given 5 units of insulin for a correction, which was 2.5 units more than she should have had. At 3:30 she had a low of 44, had some glucose tabs and then was in the 120's. At 6:30 she was at 69, had some juice and at 7 she was 186. Bedtime check is in about 15 minutes.
    Im wondering how long it generally takes for an overdose of insulin to leave their systems. Should it all be gone by now? Do I need to keep checking every few hours tonight and tomorrow?

  2. Bsbllmom

    Wouldn't it be the normal 3 hours? Or will it last longer since there was so much?

  3. twodoor2

    Substantially larger doses of insulin do stick around in the system longer than the average dose. If her duration of insulin activity is say 4 hours, then the larger dose could potentially stick around maybe 6 hours. We always account for this when we give Elizabeth larger than average boluses.

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