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Monday, May 28, 2012

Are There Side Effects with Humalog or Novolog

By Lenore Cuming

Humalog and Novolg which are similar drugs are fast acting insulins and are made by different pharmaceutical companies. In 2006 Eli Lilly introduced Humalog while in 2001 Novo Nordisk introduced Novolog. Those wanting to take either medication should take a look at possible side effects when it comes to taking medications for diabetes. Talk to your doctor regarding these medications before you make a decision to take them.

If you are considering switching from Humalog to Novolog, you should take into consideration that a different dosage might be warranted. Again, this is something you can discuss with your doctor.

One of the more common side effects of Humalog may include low blood sugar. The symptoms include headache, nausea, hunger, confusion, drowsiness, weakness, dizziness, blurred vision, fast heartbeat, sweating, tremors, trouble concentrating, confusion and severe cases, seizure. Always carry a piece of non-dietetic hard candy or glucose tablets in case you find you have low blood sugar.

More severe symptoms may include itching, swelling, redness or thickening of the skin on the injection site. You should call your doctor is you have any of these symptoms.

Back pain, diarrhea, indigestion, itching, mild pain on the injection site, runny nose and weight gain can be some of the side effects experienced when taking Novolog. You should call your doctor if you end up with a rash, hives, difficulty breathing, tightness in the chest, swelling of the mouth, face, lips or tongue as these are sever allergic reactions. Again, if you have any of the following severe allergic reactions, call your doctor: tingling in the arms, hands, legs or feet.

It is important to note that symptoms will differ from person to person. People react differently due to age, weight, body type and even ethnicity and sex. Men and women can react quite differently to the same drug. Also, not everyone will have any side effects while other may have mild to severe reactions.

Unfortunately it is not possible to determine what type of side effects or the severity someone will have with different types of medications. The best way to try to eliminate any side effects is to have a conversation with your doctor who can help you figure out the best dosage and drug for your particular need.

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