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Novolin (Human Insulin Isophane/Insulin Regular Human) and/or alternatives

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  1. Buy Novolin 70 30 Insulin Vial
    Novolin 30/70

    Manufactured by: Novo Nordisk Canada Inc

    Product of Canada. Shipped from Canada

    OTCNo prescription is required
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    * We ship all insulin with ice packs as per the manufacturers guidelines. The medicine will remain cool for the majority of the shipping time however the last few days the product will likely reach room temperature. Once you receive the insulin, immediately restore it to the fridge and use prior to the expiration date. Insulin may remain outside of the fridge for up to 30 days.
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General Information On Novolin 70 30 Insulin Vial

Novolin 70 30 Insulin Vial is a combination of insulin isophane and Insulin regular. The drug works by decreasing glucose levels in a patient’s blood and so, it is widely used for treating diabetes. Novolin 70 30 Insulin Vial belongs to the category of synthetic hormones and has to be used in tandem with an exercise and diet program. Novolin 70 30 Insulin Vial is available in the form of an injection, and it needs to be administered under a patient’s skin.

Side Effects for Novolin 70 30 Insulin Vial

Reactions at the site of the injection are common, which can cause irritation, redness, and pain. Low blood sugar is the most common negative symptom of Novolin 70 30 Insulin Vial, which can be identified by headache, confusion, hunger, nausea, weakness, blurred vision, dizziness, tremor, seizure, trouble concentrating, and a fast heartbeat. Low insulin can also cause high blood sugar symptoms, which include confusion, flushing, increased urination, thirst, drowsiness, fruity breath, and rapid breathing. If you experience any of these symptoms, you should immediately contact your doctor. An allergic reaction to Novolin 70 30 Insulin Vial can be identified by wheezing, hives, trouble breathing, severe dizziness, or swelling or itching on the face, tongue, throat or lips.

Precautions

In order to deal with low blood sugar levels, you should always carry glucose gel or tablets with you. If you feel that your blood sugar level has gone too low, you can immediately increase it by having some glucose or a candy, honey, table sugar, or by drinking a non-diet soda or orange juice. To prevent these conditions, you should never skip meals and must eat food as per your regular schedule. Your doctor will not recommend you to buy Novolin 70 30 Insulin Vial if you have pituitary gland or adrenal gland problems, vomiting or diarrhea, a liver or kidney disease, thyroid problem, or diabetic neuropathy. Limit your alcohol intake as liquor can lower your blood sugar extensively. Children and elderly people are more sensitive to effects of Novolin 70 30 Insulin Vial, and thus, they should take it with caution. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you should consult your doctor to make the necessary adjustments and to know whether the drug is safe for you or not.

Novolin 70 30 Insulin Vial Dosage

Novolin 70 30 Insulin Vial needs to be injected under the patient’s skin, and not into a vein. The drug can be administered in the thigh, buttocks, behind the upper arm, or the abdomen, but the injection must be given in a different place every day so that lumps are not formed. Your doctor will determine the exact number of units that you should be injecting.

Interactions

Before using Novolin 70 30 Insulin Vial, you should inform your doctor if you are taking bupropion, rosiglitazone, or pioglitazone. You should consult him/her if you are taking other drugs that can affect your blood sugar levels, including antidepressants, quinolones, sulfonamides, anti-psychotics, estrogen, protease inhibitors, corticosteroids, salicylates, water pills, and herbal products like ginseng and gymnema. You should also talk to your doctor if you are taking beta blocker medicines like metoprolol or propranolol and glaucoma eye drops like timolol. Let your doctor know about all medications that you are currently taking.

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