How to take Fiasp®

Find out how taking Fiasp® may differ from your other diabetes medications. Mealtime insulin may be a step towards reaching your A1C goal.

Fiasp® offers adjustable dose timing

It should be taken at the start of a meal, or within 20 minutes after starting a meal. Your health care provider will tell you the appropriate time to take Fiasp® based on your individual needs and goals.

Dose timing with Fiasp®

Learn how quickly Fiasp® enters the bloodstream vs NovoLog® (insulin aspart injection) 100 U/mL, and how that affects dose timing.

Fast Facts about Fiasp®
  • It is designed to start working fast
  • It enters the bloodstream in approximately 2½ minutes
  • It can be taken at the start of a meal or within 20 minutes after starting a meal
See how dose timing affects the lives of real people taking Fiasp®

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When should I test my blood sugar when taking Fiasp®?

Checking your blood sugar and tracking your numbers is an important part of your diabetes care plan. It lets you and your health care provider know if your current treatment is working. Your health care provider will recommend when and how often to check it, as well as your target blood sugar range. This blood sugar tracker can help you document your numbers so that you can share them with your health care provider. Learn how to check your blood sugar, and track online through Cornerstones4Care®.

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