- From: Maya Zuiderweg <$no_spam#ma_dot_zuiderweg_@_me_dot_com#maps_on$>
- Date: Thu, 03 May 2012 18:43:56 +0200
Still searching for an insulin that does *not* work in the night.
As Actrapid is off the shelf now I need another one that has (about) the same working profile.
There _are_ some, but all manufactured by other companies than NovoNordisk.
Only NovoNordisk produces a smartpen (in which Actrapid and other NovoNordisk penfills fit).
Other (company) cartridges (penfills) do _not_ fit.
Bending over backwards now to keep my smartpen + a (for me) good working-profile insulin.
On internet I found some middle-long working insulins.
Under which a NovoNordisk-product!
Should work for about 12+ hours (I can go to sleep without extra insulin in my body - I seem to have enough left of my own).
So I was excited, and phoned the company with a question.
"How long does Insulatard work?"
Answer: 24 hours.
"But you also produce Levemir, does that _also_ work 24 hours?"
Got some fuzzy answers, none made any sense.
Does anyone of you here know of Insulatard?
Does it differ much from Levemir (which has a way too long working-profile for my use).
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