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.
Storage information and travel tips for NovoLog®
You work, travel, and live life on-the-go, and your insulin travels with you. Insulin is a medication that has specific storage requirements. Safely storing diabetes medication and supplies ensures they work when and where you need them.
Storage conditions for NovoLog® FlexPen®, 3‑mL PenFill® cartridge,a and 10‑mL vial
Use up to
|In useb,c (opened)||Room temperature: up to 86°F||28 days|
|Not in use (unopened)||Room temperature: up to 86°F||28 days|
|Not in use (unopened)||Refrigerated: 36°F to 46°F||Expiration date|
a3‑mL PenFill® cartridge is available for NovoPen Echo®.
bFlexPen® and PenFill® cartridges in use (opened) must NOT be stored in the refrigerator.
cIn‑use vials (opened) may be stored in the refrigerator (36°F to 46°F).
Throw away open vials and pens 28 days after first use, even if there is insulin left inside.
Do not use after the expiration date printed on the carton and label.
Protect from extreme heat or cold and direct light.
Here are a few tips for traveling with NovoLog®:
Bring extra supplies with you in case you are delayed, lose something, or decide to extend your trip.
If you are flying, make sure that you take your insulin and other diabetes medicines with you in your carry-on bag. Checked luggage could get lost or delayed! The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) allows you to bring diabetes supplies in your carry-on.
Your insulin needs to be kept at room temperature (below 86°F), so be sure not to store it in places like the trunk or glove box of a car, or checked baggage on a flight where the temperature may get too hot or cold.
It is a good idea to let TSA agents know before the security screening process begins that you have diabetes and are carrying supplies.