Hi, I have only worked with a very brittle diabetic who was my late husband. Yes you can take them together. BUT! That all depends on how your BSs run and what your BS is at the time of taking them. If your question is can you mix them together that would be yes. Depending on what my hubbys BS was. If its high then it's no problem. Your fast acting will kick in while your long lasting will gradually climb to hold you thru the day (between meals). Everybody is so different! When my husband would go to the hospital, everytime he would drop to the 30s and 40s why? Because of the protocol the nurses go by. They would give him 4 units of reg before breakfast and since he had nerve problems in his stomach and his body couldn't change his carbs into sugars he would always drop down under 50 because of that 4 of reg they gave him before breakfast.
Now if he was at home, I would first test his BS then depending on what that was I would always give him his long lasting no matter what then, after he ate I would do his BS again and then use the fast. He never needed to just take reg. Like I said we're all so different, it all depends on your body. I hope this helps at least a little! Nanimal
Hello dockakkar. Yes they can be taken together. If this is the 1st time though especially if its a child taking it plz make sure you monitor how your feeling incase of a sudden low blood sugar. Child are more sensitive to insulin then adults tend to be so its depends who this info is for. If wanting to sleep after this taking together for 1st time make sure to wake up for a blood glucose check after 3-4 hrs just incase. Hope this helps
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