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Insulin question - 02-21-2018, 05:47 PM

Just a quick, simple question about slin.

Does exogenous insulin use shut down your bodies production of endogenous insulin, the way that using Test causes your body to not produce itís own?

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02-22-2018, 04:29 PM

I think it slows your Natty at the time of using or adjust to need, this is why it's supposed to give your system a break but this can't be for long after use because if I'm shooting in the morning and not in the evening I don't have high suger when eating evening meals etc. my Natty works just fine at that point.

This is just my guess from when I use

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02-22-2018, 09:42 PM

It depends how much you use really.

I always look at slin as giving your pancreas a break or atleast aiding it.

If you use large amounts, I believe there would be no need for your pancreas to produce anymore. However it all depends on what type of insulin with the peaks and how long it’s in your body.

For example, using a fast acting slin. The amount injected may be enough that your pancreas doesn't need to produce anymore, but when that slin is out your system your pancreas would then kick back in
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