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How much to increase insulin glargine (Lantus) for taking 20mg HCTZ?

Posted 13 Nov 2017 by cebtoo 0 answers

I am 74 YO type II diabetic for 23 years. 35u of Lantus works perfectly for me when I am off HCTZ for over 48 hours, fasting glucose is typically <100. I take HCTZ sparingly to help control HTN, 20mg three times per week. Fasting blood glucose rises 30 to 40 points on the second day after taking ...

Insulin Glargine - how much Lantus do you take if your sugar is 224?

Posted 23 Oct 2014 by donnieboy48 1 answer

I am taking 1 unit per 50 points above 120

I purchased a solo star pen in Paris but it does not mention rDNA although all other labeling ok?

Posted 26 Dec 2014 by Heymaria 1 answer

Is the french version of Lantus Solostar (insulin glargine) The same as US version? Labeling is the same except it does not mention rDNA.


Posted 28 Feb 2014 by keithmeyer 1 answer

I am taking 32 units of Lantus insulin glargine and 500mg Glucophage at night. I want to stop the glucophage and increase the insulin if i have too, is this advisable. ALSO,Can i split the insulin into a morning and night injection Please don't tell me to see my Doctor as he cannot answer my ...

Insulin Glargine - Can different pen such as Lily insulin Pen used for glargine?

Posted 24 Dec 2013 by Anabella P 1 answer

My daughter is 26 months old and she is using 2 unit in the morning and 1.5 unit in the evening. Current glargine pen does not have half dial but other pen's such as Lily or NovoJunior does.

Insulin Glargine - Has anyone developed resistance to Glargine Insulin?

Posted 21 Jul 2013 by Montanakid2 2 answers

Adult onset Type I who has used Glargine for 10 years. Recently 3 new bottles of Lantus have not acted to maintain blood glucose appropriately. Short acting insulin still works well but am waking each night several times to monitor blood glucose and take short acting insulin as needed.

Atorvastatin and clopidogrel,are they effective if administered together?

Posted 24 Jun 2013 by Naif khairy 1 answer

my father is 65 years old and he is diabetic type 2 , he started insulin glargine 20 unit about an year ago, he is also taking : metformin,amaryl,exforge,atorvastatin and aspirin ,also taking neurobion. is it safe if we changed aspirin with clopidogrel?

What is the side effects of insulin glargine 100 I.U?

Posted 31 Dec 2012 by sweet bubli 1 answer

iam 36 years old lady. my sugar level rised up to 285mg ppbs so my doctor prescribe glargine100 I.U insulin 24 units at night before food. and human mixtard 30/70 insulin 18units in morning and 8units in afernoon. then taking glynase mf 500 mg after food for three times a day. for hyyper tension ...

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