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Insulin from 1996

  1. My son is 7, diagnosed at age 2. He is on 20 units of NPH in the morning and 2 NPH at night. Could you please give advice? (3 Dec 96)
  2. Is it okay to mix the 2 morning insulins [U + H] and the 2 evening insulins [N + H]? (2 Dec 96)
  3. Why would the Novolin N provide better control than the Humulin N? (2 Dec 96)
  4. Please advise if you can mix 70/30 insulin and regular insulin in the same syringe for administration. (19 Nov 96)
  5. We are looking for any information about insulin taken orally. (16 Nov 96)
  6. How dangerous is it for her to have varying blood sugar levels in one day? (16 Nov 96)
  7. Is it unusual to not need NPH at night? (14 Nov 96)
  8. Can you explain the difference and benefits are of the various insulin types? (13 Nov 96)
  9. Do you recommend diluting insulin when small doses are required? (9 Nov 96)
  10. I am having my wisdom teeth removed and I will be put to sleep. Should I take my regular insulin dosage that night and morning? (9 Nov 96)
  11. We are thinking of changing to Ultralente because her 3rd shot is not until 11:30 at night. (31 Oct 96)
  12. I have a 13 year old son who has begun to break out in hives after his morning insulin injection. (28 Oct 96)
  13. I hear talk about nasal insulin. Do you have more information about this? (21 Oct 96)
  14. Are there any plans to make more consistent long-lasting insulins, like the NPH and Lente? (21 Oct 96)
  15. My daughter (age 18) has had Type 1 diabetes since age 8. When she takes insulin she swells up. (4 Oct 96)
  16. I would like to know if there is an alternative insulin that I can take that is not tested on animals. (16 Sep 96)
  17. I'd like to know if there is some new insulin on the market because it's difficult to inject the old way. (7 Sep 96)
  18. I have Type 2 diabetes. My question is: does injected insulin replace or supplement native insulin? (31 Aug 96)
  19. I have a 7 week old infant just diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. (23 Aug 96)
  20. Does insulin make one more photosensitive? (16 Aug 96)
  21. Are any drug companies working on an insulin that could be stored at body temperature to be used with internal pumps? (13 Aug 96)
  22. Is there anything you can advise at this time about the use of Humalog (lispro) in children? (28 Jul 96)
  23. What are the other functions of insulin? (27 Jul 96)
  24. Our son was recently placed on a set dose of insulin regardless of his current blood glucose readings. (22 Jul 96)
  25. It is very upsetting to end up just with injections of insulin. (8 Jul 96)
  26. Can heat change the insulin response in the body? (29 Jun 96)
  27. Is there any way to buy insulin in bigger containers? (28 Jun 96)
  28. Which is better storing insulin, in the fridge or in the cupboard? (20 Jun 96)
  29. I'm a child writing but it's about my 44 year old father. His druggist told him to switch from pork to Humulin. (9 Jun 96)
  30. I am interested to know whether there is any oral insulin medicines available. (17 May 96)
  31. I don't know if there is another way for treatment like giving him pills that make insulin. (8 May 96)
  32. My daughter is 5 years old. Lately I have been noticing when I give her her insulin in the A.M. in her arm. (28 Apr 96)
  33. I am the parent of a 7 yr old daughter. She was originally on two injections daily. (28 Apr 96)
  34. I use beef insulin. Might I get mad cow disease from using this? (13 Apr 96)
  35. I'd like to know the difference between "monotard" and "protaphane". (13 Apr 96)
  36. My diabetes is well-controlled, but I have lumps (large) at my injection sites. (12 Mar 96)
  37. Could you give us more data on the peaking times of lente. (1 Jan 96)

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