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Who should not take Humalog (insulin lispro)?

Humalog is a type of insulin injected into the body, and is intended for use by people with diabetes. People who do not have diabetes should not take Humalog. In addition, people who experience regular hypoglycemia, who are pregnant or may be pregnant, who are breastfeeding, who are allergic to insulin or another ingredient in Humalog, or who have liver or kidney disease need to ask their doctors if it is safe for them to use Humalog.

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