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... your insurance covers it depends on your insurance. I'll tell you about my pumping experience. I didn't want to be "connected" or "tethered" to something all the time either. I also believed all those urban legends floating around about it dumping a full vial of insulin into you. ... (7 replies)
Insulin shots
Oct 10, 2008
... My mother is type 2. Long story. She has been in ER four times since the beginning of September. ... (13 replies)
... As Blondy said, the two shots a day regimen usually uses NPH, although some people can, when first diagnosed, get by with one or two shots a day of a basal insulin, but that's often just a place to start, and a bolus insulin will be added fairly soon. ... (4 replies)

... llow nothing, and he doesn't care about his health. He was diagnosed 8 years ago type 2 diabetic, so the doctor put him under pills but since he didn't take care of his bad habbits of foods his type 2 diabetes turn into type 1 diabetes so the doctor put him in insulin shots and no more pills. ... (10 replies)
... A Blessed day everyone! ... (2 replies)
... sometimes levels as low as 35. This was happening because he wasnt regulating his insulin shot and his next meal appropriately. He is very stubborn and won't listen to me when I explain that he tests, takes shot, eats within 15 minutes. ... (1 replies)
Insulin shots
Oct 31, 2008
... It is so frustrating to realize that some of the health issues your mom is experiencing are possibly from just being in the hospital. ... (13 replies)
Insulin shots
Oct 30, 2008
... Thanks Sawbuck44 soryy I didnt get back to you I was down in florida with my mom she was in the hospital again. She had a drain in her stomache this time for her infection. ... (13 replies)
... I am a married mother of 5 who 7 months ago took in 22 yr old my half brother. He is type 1 diabetic and requires 4 insulin shots daily, plus metformin and potassium. ... (0 replies)
... I am a married mother of 5 who 7 months ago took in 22 yr old my half brother. He is type 1 diabetic and requires 4 insulin shots daily, plus metformin and potassium. ... (3 replies)
Insulin shots
Oct 3, 2008
... times as much insulin to utilize glucose, so added insulin definitely DOES help. And it's impossible to tell, without some specialized tests, exactly how much insulin a person with T2 is still producing and worse...it's truly impossible to tell exactly HOW MUCH insulin they need in order to utilize glucose. ... (13 replies)
... I am not one of the masses who has converted to a pump -- hence I rely strictly on injections. I take Lantus twice a day -- once in the am prior to my first meal and the last one about an hour or so prior to bedtime. If I have them spaced out properly, this gives me one Lantus shot every 12 hours. I also take Humalog prior to each major meal. I snack all day long but... (4 replies)
Insulin pumps
Aug 14, 2007
... Welcome to the board! I've had diabetes for 2 years and have used a pump for a year and a half of those 2 years. ... (21 replies)
... tuned delivery of basal insulin. ... (15 replies)
... needs one shot a day, he's not a good candidate for a pump at the moment. That being said...if he is type 1...I can gurantee his control is subpar on this kind of regimen and that he actually needs more than one shot a day. ... (3 replies)
... If I've guessed correctly, your doctor told you that you had an A1c of 13. That would be the equivalent of an average blood glucose level of 347...which is outrageously high! ... (3 replies)
... It will take a while to adjust all your settings but once you get going, it's easy enough. I'll go through some of it now. ... (14 replies)
... The doctor never even told my father to eat after the shot of insulin! ... (5 replies)
... I've heard from a few newly diagnosed type 1's that they didn't have much of an idea of how much insulin they should be taking. It sounds like a lot of docs just have you go off into the world with a set amount of insulin to take and tell you to balance your meals. ... (6 replies)
... You didn't say what type of insulin you're taking, but I would suspect you may be on NPH, since you mention taking it only twice a day. ... (8 replies)


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