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I'm using humalog (insulin lispro) mix 25 & geting tightness & pain in my chest suddenly when I go outside or walk briskly or use stairs, & same happen with Humulin N?

Chest pain: see a Dr. Chest pain or tightness in anyone with diabetes could be a heart attack or a precursor to one. Please go see a doctor today to be evaluated! Avoid exerting yourself until you see a doctor. Later, your doctor can adjust your diabetes medicine if needed. Take care of your heart first! Read more...

I was switched from novolog to humalog (insulin lispro) now my blood sugars are 150+ what is the difference between the two?

Although they. Are manufactured through different processes, the result is functionally identical. They should be interchangeable unit-for-unit with the same effect. Minor adjustments may, of course, be required. Read more...

Humalog (insulin lispro) insulin not taking effect, what to do?

Easy! Hi. Easy! Increase the dose! We usually start low to keep hypoglycemia risk in check. So advance the dose until you get the effect you're after. Use you blood sugar testing frequently to make using Humalog (insulin lispro) effective & safe. Good luck! Read more...

What to do if humalog (insulin lispro) insulin not taking effect?

Take more. Hi. The right dose of insulin is what works for YOU. Humalog (insulin lispro) DOES TAKE EFFECT if you take an effective dose!!! Read more...
Always works. Taking insulin will always work to lower your blood sugar. It is simply a matter of taking the correct amount. However, if you eat a poor diet that is high in sugars and carbs, you can "out eat" the effect of any medication for diabetes, including insulin. Diet and exercise are still the most important treatments for diabetes. Read more...

Changing insulin from humalog (insulin lispro) to novolog - any effect?

Congratulations. Great move. Well, NovoLog is quicker acting but also quicker getting out of your system. So make sure you eat as soon as you inject. As with any insulin, proper close titration is necessary to avoid hypoglycemia and wild fluctuations in your sugar levels. Overall, best short acting Insulin on the market at present, and the most physiologic. Read more...