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Learn how to correctly rotate your injection sites to keep them healthy
If you inject insulin, keeping your injection sites healthy is important. Practicing proper injection site rotation and always injecting into healthy sites are two ways you can help keep your diabetes management on track.1
Diabetes experts agree that the best way to keep your injection sites healthy and avoid complications is to practice proper injection site rotation,1 by taking the following steps:
Unhealthy lumps and bumps called lipohypertrophy, or just "lipos," can form under the skin of people who inject insulin. If you inject into them, your insulin may not work properly. You should always inject into healthy skin.1
Every time you inject, just taking the following two small steps can make a big difference: