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Humalog vs Novolin R

Humalog
VS.
Novolin R
Other name: Lispro Lispro
Other name: Humulin R Humulin R
Satisfaction Score
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3.0
Moderately Satisfied
Satisfaction Score
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3.3
Moderately Satisfied
Helpfulness
for Diabetes
1.4
Concern level
2.7
Helpfulness
for Diabetes
3.2
Concern level
2.2
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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 is a hormone central to regulating carbohydrate and fat metabolism in the body. Insulin causes cells in the liver, muscle, and fat cell to take up glucose from the blood, storing it as glycogen in the liver and muscle. Insulin stops the use of fa...
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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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Insulin is a hormone central to regulating carbohydrate and fat metabolism in the body. Insulin causes cells in the liver, muscle, and fat cell to take up glucose from the blood, storing it as glycogen in the liver and muscle. Insulin stops the use of fa...
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ny of you guys used Humalog from a Canadian pharmacy? if s...
| thinksteroids.com
" Canadian Humalog? Have any of you guys used Humalog from a Canadian pharmacy? if so how was the ...and use a more fast acting insulin instead of novolin-r.... "

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switched from 'novolin R and N' mixture,to detemir 25 units...
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" Just switched from 'novolin R and N' mixture,to detemir 25 units twice daily, ...syringe. You can use a short acting one like humalog before meals, but your doc will have to evaluate... "

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do end up switching to the Novolin R (I think WalMart sells...
| www.diabetesforums.com
" If you do end up switching to the Novolin R (I think WalMart sells it as their Relion ...since it can take 20-40 minutes before it starts working, unlike Novolog/Humalog which can start around 15... "

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post workout (especially humalog because it's active...
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" ...do take insulin post workout (especially humalog because it's active life is ...my research subject will be running Novolin R which is a little longer acting than humalog and taking it preworkout adds... "

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ogs and these issues arose when i started novolin r and nph....
| www.diabetesforum.com
" ...dose according to what I'm eating. If i had humalog and levemir i have a feeling this would work ...I looked back in my logs and these issues arose when i started novolin r and... "

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top of that. I've only used humalog. I inject it then start...
| www.theironden.com
" ...regular insulin (anything-R, Humulin-r or Novolin-r same thing) Wait about 30 ...of that. I've only used humalog. I inject it then start ...you will need more carbs to keep from going hypo... "

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o I switched to Relion Novolin R which is $59/month. I...
| community.diabetes.org
" Type of Insulin for Pump-Does anyone else use Relion Novolin R? I have been using ...the recommended kind of insulin (humalog or novalog regular) but in ...pump supplies) so I switched to Relion Novolin R... "

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form.I've been using Novolin R for awhile,and it's action...
| www.diabetesdaily.com
" ...HumilinR in vial form.I've been using Novolin R for awhile,and it's action... "

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ulog. Just began using Novolin R in my pump. Numbers are...
| www.diabetesforum.com
" ...my body is too used to the Humulog. Just began using Novolin R in my pump. Numbers are even higher. I don't know what to do. I also found out that I have hypothyroidism (which I discovered... "

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? I have also seen Novolog, is this equivalant to Humulog?...
| forums.steroid.com
" Novolin R Is this the same as Humulin R? I have also... "

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