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    Diabetic injections
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    angelsmimi66 posted:
    First time poster please bare with me? Problem, when I inject my insulin into my stomach it immediately pools into a little bubble under my skin right now i have several pockets of insulin under the skin on my belly, they are red and sore! please help?
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    atti_editor responded:
    Hi angelsmimi66,

    First of all, welcome to WebMD Community! This is definitely something that you should consult with your doctor about. Has this always happened or is this the first time? You might want to post your experience in the Diabetes Community to see there are others who have had this same thing happen and who can give some support/advice. Just follow the link above to post there. Please let us know how you are doing!


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