Humalog

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Other names: Lispro, Insulin Lispro
Method of use: Injection
Prescribing mode: Rx
Insulin lispro (marketed by Eli Lilly and Company as "Humalog") is a fast acting insulin analogue it was the first insulin analogue, ...
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Does Humalog cause Skin Irritation ?

#242 in Humalog discussions - 4 posts discuss Skin Irritation with Humalog. Skin Irritation is #242 concern in Humalog discussions.
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allergic to Humalog and had to switch to Novolog. I tried...
" I am allergic to Humalog and had to switch to ...Most products cause me major skin irritation and the infusion site gets ...and sometimes infected. I use Neosporin on my sites after... "

out I'll have to use Humalog until I get the script. That...
" ...if I leave it in too long I get skin irritation. I am almost at the end of my second ...so if I run out I'll have to use Humalog until I get the script. That will mean raising... "

skin, very painful with Humalog, so switched to Apidra, No...
" ...day reading this! I had lumps under skin, very painful with Humalog, so switched to Apidra, No lumps, so sad ...what...Can not use the Humalog, so painful, no skin irritation just hard painful b... "

Keeping an eye on his skin irritation. Figuring out if the...
" ...keeping track of when the Humalog will expire, and when I ...of untaping, recharging, and taping. Keeping an eye on his skin irritation. Figuring out if the reading is accurate or not.... "

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