Do not share your Fiasp® with other people, even if the needle has been changed. You may give other people a serious infection, or get a serious infection from them.
Talk to your doctor about using Fiasp® with a PenFill® cartridge or pump!a
Questions for your doctor
Your health care provider is an important partner in managing your diabetes. If you are considering Fiasp® for you or someone you care for, wondering what delivery option is right for you, or have questions about your prescription, these tips can help you at your next appointment.
aRefer to the insulin infusion pump user manual to see if Fiasp® can be used. Use in accordance with the insulin pump’s instructions for use.
What to bring to your next appointment
- Insurance card
- Primary care physician referral (if you’re seeing a specialist)
- Past medical history
- Names and dosages of medications
- Blood sugar log and meter
- Food diary
Tracking your blood sugar
Tracking your blood sugar every day is an important part of managing your diabetes. It’s a good idea to bring your blood sugar tracker to every medical appointment. That way, you and your health care provider can tell if your blood sugar levels are changing and how your diabetes management plan is working. If you’re not meeting your target blood sugar goal, your health care provider may adjust or change your treatment plan. Learn how to check your blood sugar, and track online through Cornerstones4Care®.