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Who should not take NovoLog?

NovoLog (insulin aspart) should not be taken by someone who is in the middle of a hypoglycemic episode or by someone who has sensitivity to insulin. Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should discuss the risks and benefits of NovoLog with their doctor before beginning treatment.

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