Humulin M3 100iu/ml – Human Insulin 70/30

Humulin M3 available in 3 formats

Vial, Cartridge, and Kiwikpen

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Humulin M3 is available in 3 formats:

  • Humulin M3 Kiwikpen
  • Humulin M3 Cartridge
  • Humulin M3 Vial



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Humulin M3 is available in 3 formats:
  • Humulin M3 Kiwikpen
  • Humulin M3 Cartridge
  • Humulin M3 Vial

Humulin M3 100iu/ml – Human Insulin 70/30

Introducing Humulin M3: Advanced Diabetes Management for Optimal Control

Take charge of your diabetes management with Humulin M3, the breakthrough solution designed to empower you on your journey to better health. Developed with precision and care, Humulin M3 contains the active substance human insulin, a vital component in effectively managing diabetes.

Product Highlights:

Comprehensive Diabetes Treatment: Diabetes can present challenges, but Humulin M3 is here to make the journey smoother. If your pancreas struggles to produce sufficient insulin to regulate blood sugar levels, Humulin M3 steps in as a reliable partner in long-term glucose control.

Innovative Insulin Composition: Our cutting-edge formula combines both rapid and long-acting insulin in a premixed suspension. This intelligent combination is designed to mimic the body’s natural insulin release, ensuring more consistent glucose management throughout the day.

Extended Action: Humulin M3’s effectiveness is magnified by the inclusion of protamine sulfate in the suspension. This ingenious addition prolongs the insulin’s action, providing you with sustained support for maintaining healthy blood sugar levels.

User-Friendly Formats: Choose the format that suits your lifestyle best. Humulin M3 is available in three convenient options:

  1. Humulin M3 Kiwikpen: A sleek and portable pen that offers ease of use and discreet administration. Carry it with you wherever you go, ensuring you’re always in control of your diabetes management.
  2. Humulin M3 Cartridge: Designed for those who prefer flexibility in their treatment regimen. The cartridge format provides the freedom to adjust doses while maintaining the potency of Humulin M3’s specialized insulin blend.
  3. Humulin M3 Vial: A classic solution for diabetes management. The vial format allows for precise dosing and is perfect for those who appreciate a traditional approach to insulin administration.

Why Choose Humulin M3:

Humulin M3 isn’t just a product; it’s a commitment to your well-being. With its innovative formulation, extended action, and user-friendly formats, Humulin M3 redefines diabetes management. Trust in the power of science and choose a partner that understands your needs.

Make the smart choice today and embrace a healthier tomorrow with Humulin M3. Take control, lead an active life, and let diabetes be a manageable part of your story. Order your preferred format now and embark on a path to better health.

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What is the price of  Humulin M3?

The price of  Humulin M3 starts from £24.75

Where can you buy Humulin M3?

You can buy Humulin M3 at Dock Pharmacy Essex UK, UK Online Pharmacy.

Can you buy Humulin M3 Over the counter?

Humulin M3 is not available to buy over the counter. You need a prescription to buy Humulin M3

Humulin M3 patient booklet


Humulin M3 Cartridge 3ml, 5, Humulin M3 Vial, 10ml, Humulin M3 Kiwipen, 5 Pens



How To Use

How to use Humulin M3

Always use this medicine exactly as your doctor or pharmacist has told you. Check with your doctor or pharmacist if you are not sure. To prevent the possible transmission of disease, each cartridge must be used by you only, even if the needle on the delivery device is changed.


Your doctor has told you which insulin to use, how much, when and how often to inject. These instructions are only for you. Follow them exactly and visit your diabetes clinic regularly. • If you change your insulin type (for example from animal to human), you may have to take more or less than before. This might just be for the first injection or it may be a gradual change over several weeks or months.

Delivery Options

Delivery options

All deliveries are subject to the availability of the product and product sale conditions been met.

Order & Collect
Free next-day collection from In-Store

UK Delivery

Standard Delivery within the UK £3.50 Delivery time 3-4 days
First Class Delivery within the UK £5.90 Delivery time 1-2 days
Priority Delivery within the UK £7.10. Next day delivery by 1pm. Order must be placed by 1pm. Priority delivery is only available Monday to Thursday.

Europe Delivery

Standard Delivery within EEC from £12.50 Delivery time up to 5 days depending on the local delivery service within your country.
Expedited Delivery within EEC £39.50 Delivery time 2 days. Delivery by DHL, UPS or TNT.

Rest of the World

Standard Delivery Rest of the World from £16.10 Delivery Time 10 – 15 Days
Expedited Delivery Rest of the World £55.09 Delivery 5 days. Delivery service by DHL, TNT or UPS

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Product Details

What you need to know before you use Humulin M3

Humulin M3 in cartridges is only suitable for injecting just under the skin using a reusable pen. Speak to your doctor if you need to inject your insulin by another method. Do not use Humulin M3: – If you think hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar) is starting. Further in this leaflet it tells you how to deal with mild hypoglycaemia (see A in Section 4). – If you are allergic to human insulin or any of the other ingredients of this medicine (listed in section 6). Warnings and precautions Talk to your doctor, pharmacist, or nurse before using Humulin M3. • If your blood sugar levels are well controlled by your current insulin therapy, you may not feel the warning symptoms when your blood sugar is falling too low. Warning signs are listed later in this leaflet. You must think carefully about when to have your meals, how often to exercise and how much to do. You must also keep a close watch on your blood sugar levels by testing your blood glucose often. • A few people who have had hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar) after switching from animal insulin to human insulin have reported that the early warning symptoms were less obvious or different. If you often have hypoglycaemia or have difficulty recognising the symptoms, please discuss this with your doctor. • If you answer YES to any of the following questions, tell your diabetes specialist nurse, doctor or pharmacist. – Have you recently become ill? – Do you have trouble with your kidneys or liver? – Are you exercising more than usual? • The amount of insulin you need may also change if you drink alcohol. • You should also tell your diabetes specialist nurse, doctor or pharmacist if you are planning to go abroad. The time difference between countries may mean that you have to have your injections and meals at different times to when you are at home. • Some patients with long-standing type 2 diabetes mellitus and heart disease or previous stroke who were treated with pioglitazone and insulin experienced the development of heart failure. Inform your doctor as soon as possible, if you experience signs of heart failure such as unusual shortness of breath or rapid increase in weight or localised swelling (oedema). Skin changes at the injection site: The injection site should be rotated to prevent skin changes such as lumps under the skin. The insulin may not work well if you inject into a lumpy area (See How to use Humulin M3). Contact your doctor if you are currently injecting into a lumpy area before you start injecting into a different area. Your doctor may tell you to check your blood sugar more closely, and to adjust your insulin or your other antidiabetic medications dose. Other medicines and Humulin M3 Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking, have recently taken or might take any other medicines. Your insulin needs may change if you are taking any of the following: • steroids, • thyroid hormone replacement therapy, • oral hypoglycaemics (antidiabetic medication), • acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin), • growth hormone, • octreotide, lanreotide, • beta2 stimulants (for example ritodrine, salbutamol or terbutaline), • beta-blockers, • thiazides or some antidepressants (monoamine oxidase inhibitors), • danazol, • some angiotensin converting (ACE) inhibitors (for example captopril, enalapril) or angiotensin II receptor blockers. Pregnancy, breast-feeding and fertility The amount of insulin you need usually falls during the first three months of pregnancy and increases for the remaining six months. If you are breast-feeding, you may need to alter your insulin intake or diet. If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, think you may be pregnant or are planning to have a baby, ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before using this medicine. Driving and using machines Your ability to concentrate and react may be reduced if you have hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar). Please remember this in all situations where you might put yourself and others at risk (e.g. driving a car or operating machinery). You should contact your diabetes specialist nurse or doctor about the advisability of driving if you have: • frequent episodes of hypoglycaemia • reduced or absent warning signs of hypoglycaemia. Humulin M3 contains Sodium This medicine contains less than 1 mmol sodium (23 mg) per dose unit, that is to say essentially ‘sodium-free’.

Side Effects

Possible side effects

Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them. Human insulin may cause hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar). See more information on hypoglycaemia below in the subsection “Common problems of diabetes”. Possible side effects Systemic allergy is very rare (affects less than 1 person in 10,000). The symptoms are as follows: • fall in blood pressure • rash over the whole body • difficulty in breathing • wheezing • fast heart beat • sweating If you think you are having this sort of insulin allergy with Humulin M3, tell your doctor at once. Local allergy is common (affects less than 1 person in 10). Some people get redness, swelling or itching around the area of the insulin injection. This usually clears up in anything from a few days to a few weeks. If this happens to you, tell your doctor. Skin changes at the injection site: If you inject insulin too often at the same place, the fatty tissue may shrink (lipoatrophy) or thicken (lipohypertrophy) (may affect up to 1 in 100 people). Lumps under the skin may also be caused by build-up of a protein called amyloid (cutaneous amyloidosis; how often this occurs is not known). The insulin may not work very well if you inject into a lumpy area. Change the injection site with each injection to help prevent these skin changes. Oedema (e.g. swelling in arms, ankles; fluid retention) has been reported, particularly at the start of insulin therapy or during a change in therapy to improve control of your blood glucose. Common problems of diabetes A. Hypoglycaemia Hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar) means there is not enough sugar in the blood. This can be caused if you: • take too much Humulin M3 or other insulin; • miss or delay meals or change your diet; • exercise or work too hard just before or after a meal; • have an infection or illness (especially diarrhoea or vomiting); • have a change in your need for insulin; or • have trouble with your kidneys or liver which gets worse. Alcohol and some medicines can affect your blood sugar levels. The first symptoms of low blood sugar usually come on quickly and include the following: • tiredness • rapid heartbeat • nervousness or shakiness • feeling sick • headache • cold sweat Until you become confident in recognising your warning symptoms, avoid situations such as driving a car, in which you or others would be put at risk by hypoglycaemia. Do not use Humulin M3 if you think hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar) is starting. If your blood sugar is low, eat glucose tablets, sugar or drink a sugary drink. Then eat fruit, biscuits, or a sandwich, as your doctor has advised you and have some rest. This will often get you over mild hypoglycaemia or a minor insulin overdose. If you get worse and your breathing is shallow and your skin gets pale, tell your doctor at once. A glucagon injection can treat quite severe hypoglycaemia. Eat glucose or sugar after the glucagon injection. If you do not respond to glucagon, you will have to go to hospital. Ask your doctor to tell you about glucagon. B. Hyperglycaemia and diabetic ketoacidosis Hyperglycaemia (too much sugar in the blood) means that your body does not have enough insulin. Hyperglycaemia can be brought about by: • not taking your Humulin M3 or other insulin; • taking less insulin than your doctor tells you to; • eating a lot more than your diet allows; or • fever, infection or emotional stress. Hyperglycaemia can lead to diabetic ketoacidosis. The first symptoms come on slowly over many hours or days. The symptoms include the following: • feeling sleepy • no appetite • flushed face • fruity smell on the breath • thirst • feeling or being sick Severe symptoms are heavy breathing and a rapid pulse. Get medical help immediately. If hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar) or hyperglycaemia (high blood sugar) are not treated they can be very serious and cause headaches, nausea, vomiting, dehydration, unconsciousness, coma or even death. Three simple steps to avoid hypoglycaemia or hyperglycaemia are: • Always keep spare syringes and a spare vial of Humulin M3. • Always carry something to show you are diabetic. • Always carry sugar with you. C. Illness If you are ill, especially if you feel sick or are sick, the amount of insulin you need may change. Even when you are not eating normally, you still need insulin. Test your urine or blood, follow your ‘sick rules’, and tell your diabetes specialist nurse or doctor. Reporting of side effects If you get any side effects, talk to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse. This includes any possible side effects not listed in this leaflet. You can also report side effects directly via Ireland: HPRA Pharmacovigilance, Website:, Malta: ADR Reporting, Website:, United Kingdom (Great Britain and Northern Ireland): Yellow Card Scheme, Website: or search for MHRA Yellow Card in the Google Play or Apple App Store. By reporting side effects you can help provide more information on the safety of this medicine.


What Humulin M3 contains

The active substance is human insulin. Human insulin is made in the laboratory by a ‘recombinant DNA technology’ process. It has the same structure as the natural hormone made by the pancreas. It is therefore different from animal insulins. Humulin M3 is a premixed suspension which contains 30 % insulin dissolved in water and 70% insulin with protamine sulfate.

The other ingredients are protamine sulfate, metacresol, phenol, glycerol, dibasic sodium phosphate 7H2O, zinc oxide and water for injection. Sodium hydroxide or hydrochloric acid may have been used during manufacture to adjust the acidity.

How to Store

How to store Humulin M3

Keep this medicine out of the sight and reach of children. Before the first use store your Humulin M3 in a refrigerator (2°C – 8°C). Do not freeze. Keep your ‘in use’ pen and cartridge at room temperature (below 30°C) for up to 28 days. Do not keep your ‘in use’ pen or cartridges in the fridge. Do not put them near heat or in the sun. Do not use this medicine after the expiry date which is stated on the label and the carton. The expiry date refers to the last day of that month. Do not use this medicine if you notice that clumps of material are present or solid white particles stick to the bottom or sides of the cartridge, giving it a frosted appearance. Check this each time you inject yourself. Do not throw away any medicines via wastewater or household waste. Ask your pharmacist how to throw away medicines you no longer use. These measures will help to protect the environment.

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