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Re: [IPk] Apidra



Hi Sue

I've been on Apidra for over a year after starting off with actrapid in my 
pump - I would have to honestly say that I did not notice any difference ( 
disappointingly)

It certainly doesn't seem to work much faster for me ( though that could 
just be me!)

I thought that it would be good for bringing my bloods down much faster - 
don't often go hyper - but it can still take hours.

HbA1 before pump - 7.2
HbA1 on Actrapid - 6.4

Last HbA1 on Apidra - 5.9 ( but that could just be because I'm better at 
making adjustiments to my pump now)

Regards
Allie
----- Original Message ----- 
From: <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Saturday, May 10, 2008 12:13 PM
Subject: [IPk] Apidra


>I saw my consultant and DSN on thursday. HbA1c 7.1, which is pretty stable.
> They have suggested a trial of Apidra to see if it brings down my post 
> meal BS
> and therefore lowering my HbA1c. They are writing to my GP to prescribe 2
> vials to see how i go on with it. Anyone else had a trial of Apidra? If 
> so, how
> did  you get on with it? I am very sensitive to insulin so i am obviously
> concerned  about the possibility of hypos.
>
> They have suggested keeping my 'back-up' insulin as Novorapid for now, and
> if i get on well with Apidra, then changing over my 'back-up' insulin as 
> well.
>
> Any info would be useful.
>
> Thanks
>
> Sue
> .
.
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