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About Blood Sugar Management

You’ve been taking Lantus® for a while. By now, you know that many things can impact your blood sugar levels. Like the foods you eat, your overall activity level, and even your stress levels.

That’s why it’s important to stay focused on your goals―for yourself and for those you love.

What target ranges are right for you?

According to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), most people with type 2 diabetes should have blood sugar levels within this range:

Before meals or upon waking:

80-130 mg/dL

2 hours after the start of a meal:

Less than
180 mg/dL

What Is A1C?

A1C test measures your average blood sugar levels over the past 2 to 3 months. It provides a picture of your success managing blood sugar over a longer period of time. Ask your doctor about blood sugar and A1C goals that are right for you, and if your A1C is too high, ask about ways you can get it on track.

FAST FACT:

It is recommended that your doctor measure your A1C level at least twice a year—minimum. There are times when you need to have your A1C level checked about every 3 months.

Lantus Patient

You feel a sense of satisfaction when you
look at the meter and see good numbers.”
― José, taking Lantus® SoloSTAR® since 2007

Individual results may vary.

Sign up for your Sanofi Rx Savings Card$0* CO-PAYper Lantus® prescription for 12 months

*Certain restrictions apply. See Savings Card for details when you enroll.

See the features of theSoloSTAR® pen
Prefilled with the #1 Prescribed Insulin*

*Based on TRx data from IMS Health, NPATM monthly database, time period from May 2003 to September 2016.

Utilize the Lantus®Doctor Discussion/ Q&A Guideto talk with your doctor about reasons your
blood sugar levels can change