Toujeo®—another option for those already taking insulin

Is managing your diabetes becoming more difficult?

Even if you’re following your doctor’s recommendations, living with diabetes can be a challenge.

  • You take your insulin and other diabetes medicines as your doctor prescribed
  • You try to eat healthy, diabetes-friendly foods
  • You try to stay active and get exercise

With all of this, it still may be a struggle to manage your diabetes because your body and your condition might have changed over time.

Not all long-acting insulins are the same

That’s why it’s important to talk with your doctor to explore all of your options and find the treatment plan that works for you and your changing needs.

How once-daily Toujeo® may help

Toujeo® is a long-acting insulin that is approved for adults with type 1 and type 2 diabetes who have taken insulin and for those who haven't.

A unit of Toujeo® has the smallest injection volume compared to a unit of any other long-acting insulin.

Blood sugar levels stayed within the ADA target zone (80-130 mg/dL) beyond all day and night

Results from this controlled study of 30 patients may not apply in everyday use

Remember your blood sugar levels may vary depending on your diet, physical activity, medicines, and other factors.

Stable blood sugar levels around the clock

  • Proven significant A1C reduction
  • In studies, patients on Toujeo® stopped taking one of their oral pills and still showed significantly lower A1C
    • Patients were required to stop taking sulfonylureas (a kind of oral diabetes medicine).
  • From the makers of Lantus®, but with a different formulation
  • Releases steadily around the clock with no pronounced peak or wear-off between doses

Not all long-acting insulins are the same. Ask your doctor about stable blood sugar levels with steady-release Toujeo®. Learn how Toujeo® works.

ADA - American Diabetes Association

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