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What to do if I see a bubble in the lantus pen?

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kaismama 5 May 2015

There are air bubbles so that you get all the insulin when you give a shot, Don't try to get it out. With the bubble its the last thing in the needle, without it it would be the insulin

jcolson 1 Jun 2015

When they fill the pen at the factory a little air gets in the pen and when you first set the pen up for the first shot you will expell most of the air after your pen set up there will still be a small amount of air in the pen, I've tried several times to get all the air out, its a waste of time. The angle at which you give yourself a shot makes it all but impossible to get air in the shot, I know that it's there and it bugs me, but it's nothing to worry about free discount card

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