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Insulin lump, slight redness and swelling, and pain when touching

Oct 18 20213 people replied
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I am hypertensive, type 2 diabetes, usually four meals a day before bed, insulin, four o'clock this afternoon, I found that the abdomen last night or in the morning (not clear) injection of insulin parts, touch pain, a lump, slightly red (red dot, red swelling is not obvious, but can touch the lump) what is the situation? Do you need to see a doctor? If you don't need to see a doctor, what method is there to treat it? In addition, the new crown vaccine was injected on the morning of the 18th and 17th. Is it not allowed to use antibiotics after the vaccine? Please give advice to your doctors

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