Pain Medication Without Acetaminophen Help

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I have gone from a pill to a shot for type II diabetes. When I first started taking shots I was already taking hydrocodein 3X 10/325 per day. Once I started the shots I started getting a rash on my left arm and right leg. I tried all the insulans available and ended up with Humalog 75/25 mix, this being the one that was working with the least amount of rash symptoms. I still have the rash, could this be the Acetaminophen causing the remainder of the rash? I have reduced my weight changed my diet to the point where I only take one 20ml injection in the morning, I still have the rash on my arm. I eat with my medication and in fact eat4 to 5 times per day, I'm exercising 1 hour per day at least 5 days a week to the point to where I sweat. When I sweat it seams to not be as itchy, any ideas?



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Verwon Says:

If the rash started, when you began using insulin and improved, when you switched insulins, then it's a good guess that it's the Humalog causing the rash and not the Acetaminophen, especially since you were already taking it without any problems.

You may allergic to a preservative or something that's used in insulin.

Have you consulted a dermatologist?

The FDA lists the typical side effects of insulin as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, redness, irritation and hypoglycemia.


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