I've always used novolog 70/30 flexpen, last week I had my refill and was given regular novolog, I'm wondering if I'm getting the same benefit? My bs has been higher than usual and I'm worried.
What is the difference between novolog 70/30 and regular novolog flexpen?
Question posted by dbonz on 23 Sep 2013
Last updated on 3 September 2015
You may have been given, or prescribed, the wrong insulin. Call your doctor or pharmacist to check.
No you are not. Novolog 70/30 is both long acting and short acting insulins. Regular insulin is short acting only.
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