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Insulin Injection Rotation Patterns - How to Rotate Insulin Sites - Ways to Rotate Insulin Sites

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Insulin injection rotation methods vary. Some people go in a clockwise rotation, with every injection 1 inch away from the injection site used before. Some people go side to side in an area, keeping a 1 inch distance between injections, until all available sites have been used in that area.

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Injection site rotation/mapping/templates??? Your thoughts please... - TuDiabetes

tudiabetes.org — “Greetings All, I'm new to the forums, but not to diabetes. Have had Type 1 for 17 years now. I use insulin pens (no insurance- otherwise I think I would be pu…View full resource at tudiabetes.org

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Why Rotate Insulin Injection Sites - Rotating Insulin Sites - Reasons for Rotating Insulin Injections

diabetes.about.com — “Rotating insulin injection sites helps prevent damage to the skin and underlying tissue. Switching insulin injection sites can also help you get the most efficient blood glucose control.View full resource at diabetes.about.com

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red bumps at injection site - TuDiabetes

tudiabetes.org — “Hi. I'm a type 1, on multiple daily injections since my diagnosis in 2008. I use my butt, thighs and upper arms for injections, being careful to rotate sites. More than a month ago, I developed 2 irritated red bumps on my upper thigh. They hurt/itched for a while, and then stopped -- but they haven't gone away. They're still red and hard and feel sort of like scar tissue. I've been using the same insulin and same brand of needles, so I don't think it's an allergic reaction. Has anybody experienView full resource at tudiabetes.org

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