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Hello, my father is 75 years old and it he has just been diagnosed with the diabetes. We are going tomorrow for the final diagnose and to take the prescriptions for his therapy. I have already told the doctor that he has been allergic to several medications. Can you prevent the development of the insulin allergy?

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Well, it can be done with the process of the desensitization. Actually, he would be given insulin in very small amounts, so that his body (if allergic to this med) will have enough time for adjusting. The possible allergic reactions that might happen otherwise include a huge variety of symptoms, from those quite benign to those really serious ones.
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