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US Brand Name Lantus Solostar
Generic Name Insulin Glargine
Other Brand Name Lantus Solostar
Packing 1
Manufacturer Aventis
Form 1 Pre-filled pen (3 ml cartridge)
Strength 100 IU/ml

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Introduction

Lantus SoloStar

This medication is made in the U.S. and its generic name is insulin glargine, recombinant. Lantus Solostar is a type of insulin. As you may know insulin is one of the many hormones which help our bodies make the food we eat into energy. This type of action occurs when the glucose or sugar that is found in the blood is used as quick energy and it is insulin which can help us to store energy for later use. Unfortunately for people who have type 2 diabetes mellitus their bodies don’t have the ability to produce the necessary amount of insulin which they need or in other cases the insulin which is produced isn’t used in the right way. When these types of situations occur then the body winds up with too much blood sugar. This is when you need to use Lantus SoloStar or insulin glargine in order to make sure that your blood sugar level is as normal as possible. This type of insulin is long-acting and works over a period of 24 hours. It may be necessary to use insulin glargine combined with another type of insulin or perhaps with an oral diabetes medicine to help control the blood sugar level in your body.


Side effects

The use of Lantus SoloStar or insulin glargine has been known to cause certain unwanted side effects which may need medical attention if they occur. Therefore be sure you are aware of what the side effects are and what to look for if you are using or planning to use this medication.


Warning

As with any medication there are certain risks which must be considered first before you decide to take it. Therefore you and your doctor should discuss everything carefully and then make the final decision. First of all if you happen to have any allergies or if any medication previously has given you allergic reactions you must inform your doctor of this. When considering a non-prescription product then you should read the label or list of contents very carefully. Lantus SoloStar has been tested on children who are 6 years or older and in effective doses hasn’t caused any problems and there haven’t been any side effects. However if you’re considering its use on your own child you’d better discuss this with his or her pediatrician. It has also been tested on patients who are 65 years or older and also hasn’t shown any side effects and no one has complained about any problems. Again a decision you’ll have to consider carefully if you happen to be in this category. The effects of Lantus SoloStar or insulin glargine are not known on pregnant or nursing women so in this case being an unknown field women who fall in this category may consider other medication whose effects in these cases are known to be on the safe side. You should also be aware of the fact that there are certain medications which should not be used at or around the time of eating and that certain food may bring out adverse reactions as well as the use of alcohol and tobacco. Be aware that emotional disturbances, infection or stress may increase blood sugar levels and you may need a larger dosage of insulin glargine as well as in the situation of kidney or liver disease.