Can insulin stop when it is used?
Clinically, I have encountered II urinary patients more than once and refused to use insulin when I was hospitalized. The reason is that "once I have insulin, I will never stop again." When I first heard this statement, I just felt that it was a fantasy, and when I heard this statement more than once, I felt that there might be some problems that required science.
What kind of patient needs insulin?
In theory, all diabetic patients can use insulin to lower blood sugar, but because insulin must be administered by injection, and there is a risk of hypoglycemia, we only use insulin to control blood sugar when necessary.
Excerpted from: Doctor of Internal Medicine, Zhongshan University