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Re: [IP] Apidra use?

i did try going back to the humalin r and novolin r and the irritation was
only delayed.  i have was diagnosed when i was 6 so i have diabetic for 18
years.  this started a few years ago and i assumed it was the adhesive from
the infusion set but when i switched to the omnipod it was clear i was
allergic to the insulin.  i am with you, i believe over time unfortunately
my body has recognized that the insulin is not the real deal.

On Sat, Apr 19, 2008 at 2:46 PM, <email @ redacted> wrote:
> > just yesterday i started mixing dexamethasone with novolog.  if that
> > does not work i will be desensitized.  yeah it stinks and is very
> > rare.
> Part of the difficulty with the insulin-analogs is that the B-chains
> are modified slightly. You are probably one of the people whose
> immune systems recognize the difference between a normal insulin
> molecule and those with modified B-chains. I have to say you are a
> triple rarity. Most people with this aggravation are only allergic to
> one of the insulin-analogs, not all three.
> Can you use "regular" insulin without symptoms? It is not as
> convenient as using the insulin-analogs but it still works very well
> in a pump.
> Michael
> >
> > On Fri, Apr 18, 2008 at 8:02 PM, Kathleen Kienle <email @ redacted>
> > wrote: > > If humalog, novolog and apidra are giving you trouble, what
> > insulin do you > use? > > Kathie > > > > >
>  .
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