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Lantus Solostar 100IU 5x3ml

Insulin glargine

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SKU 540
Generic Name Insulin glargine
Manufacturer Sanofi aventis, Germany
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About the drug:

The drug is a long-acting insulin that is used to treat children and adults with type 1 diabetes mellitus and it is also used to treat type 2 diabetes mellitus to control high blood sugar.

Uses of the drug:

The main use of the medicine is slowing levels of glucose in the blood. Insulin is the natural substance that is produced in our body so that dietary sugar is converted into energy and also help store the energy for future use. However, in type 2 diabetes mellitus, enough insulin is not produced in the body resulting in rise in blood sugar. This is when the medicine is used to normalize blood sugar level.

Working of the drug:

The medicine works by replaces the insulin that the body does not produce any more and thereby normalizing blood sugar level artificially.


Lantus Solostar is manufactured by Sanofi aventis, Germany. The drugs are available on our website under various pack sizes. To buy Lantus Solostar 100IU 5x3 ml online visit alldaychemist.com

Dosage form and strengths:

The drug is available in the form of pen under the following brand name and strength on our website:

  • Lantus Solostar 100IU 5x3ml

Before you take the drug:

Do not take the drug if you

  • Are having an episode of hypoglycemia i.e. low blood sugar
  • Are in a state of diabetic ketoacidosis

Tell your doctor if you

  • Have kidney or liver disease
  • Have congestive heart failure or any other heart related problems
  • Are taking any other diabetic medicines
  • Are pregnant or planning to be pregnant
  • Are breast feeding your baby
  • Suffering from any other ailments


How much to take the drug?

The dose of the medicine depends on several factors such as severity of your condition, type of diabetes, age, interaction with other drugs and so on. If you are suffering from type 1 diabetes, usually the doctor will prescribe the medicine with short-acting insulin. However, if you are suffering from type 2 diabetes, a dose of 10 units daily may be recommended at the beginning and then the medicine may be adjusted later according to your needs. The medicine should be taken only after consultation with the doctor.

How to take the drug?

The medicine is to be injected under the skin. You doctor will give all the directions on how to use it. Usually the injection pen contains a total of 300 units of insulin. With each press of the injection button, the pen is designed to deliver from 1 to 80 units. The button is not to be pressed more than once unless instructed by your doctor.

For how long to take it?

The medicine is injected under the skin usually once per day. It is advisable to inject it at the same time each day. The duration for which the medicine needs to be taken vary from case to case basis.


In case of overdose of the medicine you must get medical attention immediately. One should be very careful while using the medicine and must only takes that much of the medicine which is prescribed.

Miss dose:

The missed dose should be taken as soon as you remember. However, only one dose should be taken over a period of 24 hours. Skip the missed dose if the time for the next dose is near.

Side effects of the drug:

Some common side effects of the medicine include:

  • Chills
  • Blurred vision
  • Cold sweats
  • Shaking
  • Dizziness or drowsiness
  • Weakness
  • Fast heartbeat
  • Hunger
  • Tingling of the hands/feet

Get in touch with your doctor immediately if you develop any of the below serious side effects:

  • Rash
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Itching/swelling in face/tongue/throat)
  • Severe dizziness

This is not a complete list of side effects. Get medical help in case the common side effects persist, or if you develop any of the serious side effects or if you suffer from any other discomfort.

Common drug interactions:

Before you are prescribed with this drug it is necessary that you inform your doctor about the medicines that you are taking currently so as to avoid drug interaction. Some of the medicines that may interact are:

  • Metreleptin ( Myalept).
  • Isocarboxazid (Marplan)
  • Iproniazid (Marsilid)
  • Methylene Blue (Urolene Blue)
  • Linezolid (Zyvox)
  • Phenelzine (Nardil)
  • Moclobemide (Aurorix)
  • Nialamide (Niamid)
  • Selegiline (Emsam)
  • Procarbazine (Matulane, Matulane)
  • Rasagiline (Azilect)
  • Tranylcypromine (Parnate)

Taking the medicines together can cause side effects. This is not a complete list of medicines that may interact with Insulin glargine.


Things to remember:

  • Along with the medicine you must follow the diet chart provided by your doctor so that the medicine can work properly.
  • Alcohol including wine and beer can affect the way the medicine works. Hence, it is advisable to avoid alcohol.
  • Use the medicine as per the instruction and inject exactly the dose that has been prescribed by your doctor.
  • Always wash your hands before measuring and injecting the medicine.
  • Injecting cold insulin can be painful. Hence it is best to bring it in room temperature.
  • Never share injection pen or cartridge with anyone. Also use a disposable needle only once.
  • Store the medicine in a proper place away from heat, light and moisture and also away from children.
  • Do not freeze the medicine. If the medicine is frozen then you must throw away the medicine.
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