With type 2 diabetes, it’s important to check in with your doctor regularly. Knowing what to ask can help you learn more about your treatment options as your diabetes changes. If your doctor says SOLIQUA 100/33 is right for you, be sure to ask for a sample. Here are some tips for your next appointment.

Here’s a discussion guide for you and your doctor

Could a treatment change be right for you? Learn what to ask about SOLIQUA 100/33 and blood sugar management.

What to bring to your next doctor appointment

In addition to your list of questions, remember to bring your blood sugar tracker and other key documents that will help with the conversation.

  • Physician referral if required
  • Past medical history
  • Names and dosages of medications
  • Blood sugar tracker and meter
  • Food diary
  • Insurance card


Below are some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) you may have about SOLIQUA 100/33

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SOLIQUA 100/33 combines two medicines into one proven diabetes treatment. Learn more about why SOLIQUA 100/33 might be right for you.

Whether you’re new to an injectable medicine or are already familiar with SoloStar® or other injection pens, it’s important to know the features of the Soliqua 100/33 Solostar® pen. Click here to learn about its features and tips to help you get started.

It’s natural to have questions about how to inject a new medicine. Watch our step by step video to learn helpful tips about injecting SOLIQUA 100/33.

It’s important to know about any possible side effects with your diabetes medication. You can learn more about potential side effects to discuss with your doctor.

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