Regular and fast-acting insulin are clear and because they have different peaks of action, there can be serious blood glucose consequences if you confuse one for the other. If your doctor prescribes more than one insulin type, keep them in different physical locations or label one clearly with stickers to ensure that you keep them straight.
Reviewed by Francine Kaufman, MD. 4/08
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After about a month off the Omnipod and using MDIs again, I’d adjusted to the details of the Lantus and Humalog dance. My skin wasn’t chronically itchy and sensitive. My pants didn’t irritate my pod site. And my blood sugars were surprisingly better controlled. I experienced consistently in range numbers compared to the variability of the Omnipod. Last month, the CDE said something that I know I’ve heard before but it hit a chord. Her own daughter was type 1 and switched between...