What are the side effects of Novolin N Innolet?

Novolin N Innolet (insulin human isophane) can cause various side effects related to low blood sugar, including: nausea, hunger, confusion, trouble concentrating, drowsiness, weakness, dizziness, blurred vision, rapid  heartbeat, sweating, tremors, and seizures. While taking Novolin N Innolet, be sure to monitor yourself for signs of low blood sugar, keep certain foods with you to help ward off the problem, and follow directions from your doctor for prevention/treatment.

If your dose of Novolin N Innolet is too low, you may experience symptoms of high blood sugar. These include: increased thirst and urination, confusion, drowsiness, flushing, rapid breathing, and fruity breath smell. Tell your doctor if you experience these side effects, as your dosage of Novolin N Innolet may need adjustment.

Skin irritation at the injection site is another possible side effect; be sure to notify your doctor if you experience skin problems while taking Novolin N Innolet.


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