Hi all, I have been type 1 diabetic for 19yrs now after being diagnosed aged 7. After spending most of my diabetic life on Novorapid and finding it would take at least 2hrs before bringing my glucose levels down, I asked my diabetes consultant if there was another insulin I could try. Not only did this irritate me that I had to suggest it when that should be part of their job surely(?!), but to then be told “oh yes there’s this other insulin called Fiasp which starts working within 5mins” I nearly lost my rag with them as this was hardly a new issue for me! Anyway, I have now been on Fiasp for around 1.5/2yrs and honestly, I am just completely frustrated. I thought this was going to be a game changer but I can honestly say I’ve hardly noticed any difference and it still takes at least an hour for my sugars to start coming down since injecting… I’m now convinced it’s just me! Is there anyone else out there who finds their body takes at least an hour to react to insulin and start lowering glucose?? I’m just sooo fed up with it because I just seem to go sky high after eating because the insulin doesn’t seem to kick in or take effect for an hour and then it will come crashing back down! 19 long years of this and my patience is wearing thing I just want to be able to grasp some kind of control over my diabetes. Especially as I want to start family planning on a few years and with my current readings I don’t think it would be safe/possible!!