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If you have type 1 diabetes, you need daily injections of insulin to keep your blood glucose levels under control.
With type 2 diabetes you may not need insulin at first. But as type 2 diabetes progresses over time, many people end up needing to use insulin to control their blood sugar.
Starting insulin can be challenging and it’s understandable if you feel nervous or have concerns. Here you can find information on a number of topics related to insulin to help you use it correctly and better manage your diabetes.