Dropped bottle of insulin.

Tiff
By Tiff Latest Reply 2009-06-10 09:44:07 -0500
Started 2009-06-08 11:07:06 -0500

I have heard that if you drop your bottle of insulin and it doesn't break, it could actually have splintered on the inside and small pieces of glass could then be injected into you. Has anyone heard of this?


6 replies

roger
roger 2009-06-10 09:44:07 -0500 Report

just got the call they have never had that come up with them.they wouldmore want you to check for any change in the insulin.it is a frag proteen and the drop could change it as long as you dont see any change ar any cracks chips they told me it would be fine.if there was any change it mite not work as well.hope this helped
roger

Judi62
Judi62 2009-06-10 09:25:57 -0500 Report

I, too, have been a diabetic for may years. I've dropped my bottles before and I am still alive.

roger
roger 2009-06-10 09:18:42 -0500 Report

i have a call into novonordisk maker of my insulin will post as soon as they call me back should be just a few
roger

RaleTrail
RaleTrail 2009-06-09 13:10:53 -0500 Report

I have never heard that. But you know what? I wouldn't worry about it. I have had diabetes a long, long, time, and have never heard of anyone injecting glass splinters.

Gabby
GabbyPA 2009-06-08 11:11:30 -0500 Report

I have never heard of that, but am interested to find out about it. That sounds horrible. I don't see it likely to happen, but one never knows.