Insulin glargine

What is Insulin glargine?

This insulin consist microcrystals that is slowly released having long action to control the blood sugar.

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I am a 59 year old woman. I have been a diabetic since 1998. There is no family history. My weight is currently 53, my height 5 feet 1 inch....

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Uncontrolled diabetes & Iron Deficiency.

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Thanks for your question.

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My A1c has gone up to 9.3, so my doctor decided to change my meds. I have been taking Actos for about 2 weeks and have seen no benefit. My doctor...

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Hi, according to the readings it is not at all under controle, you may need to use insulin for controle, and with may or may not be with oral...

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My doctor told me to inject 40 units of Lantus insulin every day. He then explained that if my reading is above 120 I should increase the amount of...

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Injection LANTUS INSULIN is a long acting ( basal ) insulin and is titrated to achieve target fasting blood sugar levels.
In your case you...

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