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Re: low volume in syringes raises blood sugar? was, [IP] Humalog

> In a recent message, email @ redacted said...
> <snip>
> >I find that when the syringe gets 'low' (less than 20 >units left)
> >I seem to have problems with my sugar.  It does not >matter if the syringe
> has been in for 12, 24, 48 or >96 hours, it is only this last bit that
> gives me >major headaches.
> **********

Do you religiously twist and push/pull the plunger before filling the 
syringe. Sounds like a lubrication problem. The other problem my be a 
little bit of grit or dirt on the lead screw of your pump at one end.

email @ redacted
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