From Leesburg, Florida, USA:
I just got diagnosed with diabetes and I'm terrified of needles. Is there a way to treat type 1 diabetes without taking shots?
For now, there is no way to administer insulin without injections. A good diabetes educator can teach you how to do shots painlessly. There are devices, such as the Medi-Jector, that you can use that to inject your insulin quickly without needles. Your diabetes educator and diabetes physician can help direct you on how best to use these resources.
Original posting 12 Oct 2005
Posted to Blood Tests and Insulin Injections
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