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HUMULIN N INSULIN VIALS (INSULIN)

Humulin N Insulin Vials Description

Humulin N Insulin Vials contain man-made insulin to treat children and adults with type 1 or type 2 diabetes. This insulin closely resembles the natural insulin your pancreas was intended to produce. Type 1 diabetics’ pancreas are not able to supply insulin to control blood sugar while type 2 diabetics still have a functioning pancreas but it cannot manufacture enough insulin to make a difference or your body is unable to utilize it properly. Some individuals with type 2 diabetes are able to control their blood sugar levels by losing weight, eating a healthy and balanced diet, exercising, and kicking their smoking habit while others find this difficult to accomplish and require Humulin N Insulin Vials.

After instruction on how and where to administer injections from the Humulin N Insulin Vials, the insulin will move the sugar (glucose) from the bloodstream into cells where it’s stored for energy. Humulin N Insulin Vials contain intermediate-acting insulin, meaning it has a slower onset of action but will work for up to 24 hours. Your doctor may recommend a “meal-time” short acting insulin if you are having problems achieving good blood glucose readings. This would take care of any spikes in your sugar after eating. Humulin N Insulin Vials are easy to obtain as there is no prescription required.

Conditions Treated by Humulin N Insulin Vials

Type 1 diabetes is believed to be an autoimmune disease. This means your own immune system has set its sights on the beta cells in your pancreas that are responsible for producing insulin. You may find that you are fatigued, losing weight, feeling thirsty, or are hungry even though you have just eaten. A simple blood test in your doctor’s office can confirm if you have too much glucose in your bloodstream. The cause of type 2 diabetes is still a bit of a mystery as to why your tissues become resistant to insulin, although it is known to run in families and has been linked to obesity.

Before You Administer Humulin N Insulin Vials

Inform your doctor if you are pregnant, may become pregnant, or are breast feeding before you inject Humulin N Insulin Vials to be certain this medicine is safe for your unborn or nursing baby. Tell your doctor if you have other medical conditions to be aware of and list any OTC and Rx drugs you are taking, including herbal remedies and vitamin supplements. Some medications can cause others to work differently or alter their efficacy.

Warnings for Humulin N Insulin Vials

Keep your doctor informed about any changes to your regular routine and habits such as exercising more, eating healthier, reducing stress, and any weight loss or gain as this could affect your insulin needs and dosage adjustments may be required. You should always carry glucose tablets or a piece of candy with you in case you have skipped any meals and your blood sugar has dropped too low (hypoglycemia). You may start to feel fatigued, dizzy, weak, or have blurry vision. You need a quick source of carbs with simple sugars so the insulin has something to work on.

Possible Side Effects of Humulin N Insulin Vials

  • Drowsiness
  • Hypoglycemia
  • Redness at injection site
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