... Because I am now out of control after two months of migration of Toujeo. Was perfect on 38 units Lotus a day, now at 60 units Toujeo and climbing with blood sugar rarely below 235
I was using Lantus, 20 units in the am, and sometimes 10 units in the pm, depending on glucose level. I was switched to Toujeo at 30 units in the am, now using 40 units in the am, along with Novolog usually 10 units prior to a meal. Since switching to Toujeo, my glucose is all over the place, with fasting between 80 and close to 300 some times. Waiting on a1c reading from the lab, but prior to switching to toujeo my a1c was usually in the 5.9 to 7.0 range, usually in the 6. something range. last a1c was 7.3, highest it has ever been. My current insurance does not want me to use Lantus. I'm thinking that Toujeo does not work for some people.
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