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Re: SV: [IPk] fast-acting insulins



I've never tried Novorapid, but I know many people have reported similar
findings (that in spite of allegedly having the same onset time and duration
as Humalog (or so I believe), it actually lies somewhere between Humalog and
Actrapid in terms of both).
Di

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Sent: Monday, June 30, 2003 4:50 PM
Subject: Re: SV: [IPk] fast-acting insulins


> Hi
> I've found that Humalog acts a lot quicker than Novorapid. Novorapid was
>  taking anywhere between 1 to 3 or more hours to have the slightest effect
on
> food
> or a high. I, too, ended up overdoing it by keeping on ijecting as I grew
>  impatient for my BG's to drop. Result: Hypo's 4 hours post injections. I
had to
> change back to Humalog. That tends to take around 30 minutes to start
working,
> but the effect can last a while and I feel grotty during the drop.
> Helen
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