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Old 05-27-2005, 05:00 AM
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Default Hives, Extreme Itching

I am currently using Humalog in an insulin pump and have been for a number of years. <br>For the past 5 months, I have developed a feverish, red rash that causes extreme itching over all of my body, except neck, face and soles of feet. I am wondering if my Humalog is causing this? I was going to ask my doctor to switch me to Novolog to use in my insulin pump but now I am not sure what to do after reading about other readers having the same problem with Novolog. Does Novolog and Humalog have the same basic ingredients? Please somebody respond. I am desperate for help to get to the bottom of this as my doctors can't seem to find anything to help me. Thank you.
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