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Old 09-09-2007, 11:55 PM
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I am Canadian and hav been on Lantis for 2 wks. My glucose readings are never below 13mm in the morning; don't know what this is in the american scale but is high for me. I am on 45 units already and see no advantage to it whatso ever. Perhaps this drug is not for everyone??<br>I have been a Type 1 diabetic for 38 years and feel that fooling around this way is not helping. Does anyone else seem to have a resistance to this insulin. I am at the point at going back to my old regime since it suits me and my levels better. This insulin has not helped in the least and is keeping me awake all night; would appreciate any feedback. Thanks alot.
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