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What is Humalog?

Humalog (insulin lispro) is a rapid-acting type of insulin used those with type 1 (insulin dependent) and type 2 (insulin-independent) adults with diabetes.

Part of your treatment using Humalog insulin should include a healthy diet, an exercise program and weight management.

This popular line of insulin analog includes insulin lispro and insulin listpro protamine.

Insulin lispro – is a rapid-acting insulin analog
Insulin lispro protamine – is an intermediate-acting insulin analog

An insulin analog is a genetically engineered form of human insulin which allow for greater personalization of dosages.

The two main type of analogs are:

Bolus – an fast-acting meal time insulin that is easily absorbed by the body.
Basal – an long-lasting insulin that can last up to 24 hours

Both Humalog insulin lispro and Humalog lispro protamine have also shown to be effective in treating complications that result from diabetes such as cardiovascular disease, diabetic neuropathy, diabetic nephropathy however it has not been approved for the prevention of these conditions.

How does Humalog work?

Humalog insulin lispro is produced by recombinant DNA technology which uses a harmless laboratory strain of E. coli bacteria. It differs from natural human insulin by its amino acid sequence which has been modified to make it rapid-acting.

When it comes to post-meal blood sugar control, injecting Humalog insulin has its advantages over regular insulin. It is rapidly absorbed with a shortened delay of onset which allows for more flexibility and has a shorter period of time before starting a meal.

What is Humalog Lispro Protamine?

Humalog lispro protamine that is an intermediate-acting insulin analog suspension that when combined with Humalog insulin lispro (rapid-acting insulin) which makes for superior blood glucose level control as it combines the rapid effects with prolonged foundation. Humalog better matches your insulin similar to if you didn’t have diabetes. You can avoid any blood sugar spikes, reduce any diabetes complications and feel better.

If you are experiencing any symptoms related to low blood sugar (hypoglycemia):

  • headache
  • hunger
  • nausea
  • drowsiness
  • confusion
  • blurred vision
  • sweating
  • fast heartbeat
  • weakness
  • tremors
  • trouble concentrating

Tip: Be sure to always carry a sugar packet or piece of hard candy in the event your blood sugar drops.

Also be alert for signs of high blood sugar (hyperglycemia):

  • hunger
  • dry mouth
  • increased thirst
  • increased urination
  • fruity breath odor
  • dry skin
  • drowsiness
  • blurred vision
  • weight loss

Contact your doctor if you are experiencing either hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia.

Do not share an injection pen or medication with other people as this can spread disease such as HIV or hepatitis.

Before using Humalog

Let your doctor know if you are experiencing any allergic reactions, episodes of hypoglycemia or if you have been diagnosed with kidney disease. Also let them know if you are currently taking other prescription medication.

Your doctor should monitor your health regularly.


Since Humalog is a fast-acting insulin, it should be taken 15 minutes within your meal or 15 minutes after.

You should regularly monitor glucose (sugar) levels while taking this insulin as it might lead to hypoglycemia.

Strictly follow instructions provided by your doctor or pharmacist or as detailed on the product packaging. Do not modify the dosages or prolong your insulin schedule as this can lead to complications.

Humalog should be clear and colorless and have a water like consistency. Do not use if it has particles in it or becomes discolored.

Rotate injection sites or ask your physician for approved parts to inject. Do not inject Humalog into same place two times in a row.

Notify your doctor if you have any redness, itching, swelling or thickening of the skin at the areas of injection.

Monitor your blood sugar levels in times of illness, travel and if you exercise more often than usual, drink alcohol or skip meals. These activities may affect your blood sugar levels and your dosage may change.

What happens if I miss a dose?

Since Humalog is an insulin to be consumed before meals, you may be on a different schedule for taking your medication. If you miss a dose do not take extra Humalog to make up for it. Be sure to eat a meal within 15 minutes of taking Humalog.

You may experience the following symptoms from overdosing:

  • sweating
  • fatigue
  • blurred vision
  • stomach pain
  • tremors
  • slurred speech
  • confusion
  • coma

You may be experiencing insulin allergy and should seek medical attention if you have any of the following symptoms:

  • itching all over the entire body
  • trouble breathing
  • fast heart rate
  • wheezing
  • sweating
  • feel like you may pass out

Contact your doctor if you are experiencing symptoms related to hypokalemia:

  • dry mouth
  • increased urination
  • increased thirst
  • uneven heartbeats
  • weakness or muscle pain
  • leg pain or discomfort
  • confusion