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There are some air bubbles in my insulin. Anyone know how to remove it? It's will effect the injection of insulin?

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Living with type 1 diabetes since 2000.
Vancouver, WA
it's really hard to tell how large they are. typically you don't want any but champagne air bubbles are ok as long as there aren't a ton

Living with type 2 diabetes.
Lansing, MI
if it's an insulin pen - put needle in pen, point pen/needle straight up 👆- I usually tap pen so bubbles are right under needle & turn nob to 1 or 2 units - then hit button. air should come out

Living with type 1 diabetes since 2001.
Alexandra Hills, AUS
I agree with**** that's how I used to get rid of them. I doubt you will inject air as the pen (needle side) points down so air would go to the top

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