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Humalog vs Levemir

Humalog
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Levemir
Other name: Lispro Lispro
Other name: Insulin Detemir Insulin Detemir
Satisfaction Score
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3.0
Moderately Satisfied
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2.8
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Helpfulness
for Diabetes
1.4
Concern level
2.7
Helpfulness
for Diabetes
3.0
Concern level
3.1
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Insulin lispro (marketed by Eli Lilly and Company as "Humalog") is a fast acting insulin analogue it was the first insulin analogue, and is similar to insulin aspart.Engineered through recombinant DNA technology, the penultimate lysine and proline resid...
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Insulin detemir is a long-acting human insulin analogue for maintaining the basal level of insulin. Novo Nordisk markets it under the trade name Levemir. It is an insulin analogue in which a fatty acid (myristic acid) is bound to the lysine amino a...
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About Humalog
Insulin lispro (marketed by Eli Lilly and Company as "Humalog") is a fast acting insulin analogue it was the first insulin analogue, and is similar to insulin aspart.Engineered through recombinant DNA technology, the penultimate lysine and proline resid...
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About Levemir
Insulin detemir is a long-acting human insulin analogue for maintaining the basal level of insulin. Novo Nordisk markets it under the trade name Levemir. It is an insulin analogue in which a fatty acid (myristic acid) is bound to the lysine amino a...
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taking it, used to use Humalog every few hours, using the...
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" Started taking Levemir 1/1/12. It has helped me to loose a few pounds. I find ...taking it, used to use Humalog every few hours, using the Levemir 1 sometimes 2 times a... "

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before the pump, now I'm using 103uTDD. It has realy helped...
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" ...and sliding scale of Humalog before the pump, now I'm using 103uTDD.... "

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to you but using humalog......so my question is can...
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" ...UK, I have access to levemir and humalog. My last peptide protocol I used levemir and did feel some good gains in conjunction with ...outlined to you but using humalog......so my question is can I dose... "

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Levemir and Humalog, all my numbers improved. Improving the...
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" ...we finally reached the optimal Levemir dosage, I was still spiking ...of both Levemir and Humalog, all my numbers improved. Improving the postprandial (after ...meal) numbers meant less work for the Levemir... "

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I was allergic to the drug and switched me to Humalog
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" I used Levemir for about 4 months. I had pain with every injection and developed large bruises and thickened, lumpy skin. The bruising... "

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Humalog which has never bothered me but my basal Lantus...
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" I take Humalog which has never bothered ...my basal Lantus did....breaking my face out very noticably. A switch to Levemir worked for... "

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does not go above 10 mmol/l . I feel shortness of breath...
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" I am diabetic 2. Taking Levemir 23 units at night. 13 unit humalog in every meal. Sugar is not very well controlled yet. But does not go above 10 mmol/l . I  feel... "

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blood sugarI am type I on humalog and Levemir. I now have a...
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" ...I am type I on humalog and Levemir. I now have a CGM, which is great, but shows me that my current breakfast does not work-- spikes up and then crashes down. I like eggs, but not every day. I... "

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lunch), and humalog at dinner. It worked well, but there...
" Quote: We weren't using levemir, but my daughter was on ...night as the basal insulin, humalog and NPH in the morning ...to cover lunch), and humalog at dinner. It worked well, but there was... "

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this time???maybe give the Humalog a bit earlier and see i...
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" ...at this time??? maybe give the Humalog a bit earlier and see ...Amanda before the pump was on Lantus and Novolog for over a year then we switched to Levemir and she did do much better but Amanda... "

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