My 10yo daughter was diagnosed 1 month ago and I’m having trouble with wet injections.
We use Nova Echo & Lantus pens and BP 4mm nano needles and every single shot I give ends up with a droplet of insulin on the end of the needle after the shot. I’m waiting 10 seconds after the full dose is in before removing and we never use a needle more than twice, as instructed. But I was never told anything about priming. I gave 1 shot in the ICU (with a nurse drawn syringe) and nobody official (Nurse, Endo, CDE) has ever seen me give a shot. We’ve got her A1c down since dx but she does still run on the high side, could this be the reason? Anyone have any ideas why this is happening or tips for getting it to stop?