Hello, could you please suggest storage conditions for insulin and how it reacts when it's at diff. temperatures? Also, how can we know insulin is not usable?
I kept insulin in the refrigerator and am taking with me to the office with cooling bags. For the last 2 days, I am unable to manage my BS levels with insulin even taking apricot 15 points. Yesterday, I changed to a new vial and today I feel better.
Normally doctors say no need to keep in the fridge since it can manage in room temperature. But in summer, we can't keep it outside.
How do we know insulin is damaged? I found bubbles in the vial, so does it mean that it's not usable?
I think it's important to discuss. Please guide me.............