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Interested in SOLIQUA 100/33? Start the conversation with your doctor.

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.

Is SOLIQUA 100/33 right for you?

Here are a few questions to help you start a conversation about SOLIQUA 100/33.

  • What is my A1c now, and what A1c should I be aiming for?
  • Is my current treatment helping me work toward my goal?
  • My A1c is going up. Is this a sign that my diabetes treatment plan may need to change? Are there other signs I should watch for?
  • I’m hesitant to switch from my oral medications to an injectable. Can you help me better understand more about a treatment like SOLIQUA 100/33?
  • I diet and exercise and I’m already on a long-acting insulin. Why isn't that enough to lower my A1c?
  • Could I benefit from a treatment that combines a long-acting insulin with a non-insulin diabetes medicine? Is SOLIQUA 100/33 right for me?
  • If SOLIQUA 100/33 is right for me, do you have a sample I could try?
  • If you prescribe SOLIQUA 100/33, what should I know about the pen?
  • If SOLIQUA 100/33 is right for me, when would I administer it, and what would my routine be like?

Printable Doctor Discussion Guide

Here’s a discussion guide for you and your doctor.

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What to bring
to your appointment

In addition to your list of questions, remember to bring your health insurance card as well as your blood sugar tracker and other key documents that can help your doctor understand your medical history.

  • Blood sugar tracker and meter
  • Insurance card
  • Primary care physician referral (if you're seeing a specialist)
  • Past medical history
  • Names and dosages of medications
  • Food diary

Keep on tracking

Tracking your blood sugar every day, as directed by your doctor, is one of the most important things you can do to help manage your type 2 diabetes. It’s a good idea to bring your blood sugar tracker to every appointment. That way, you and your doctor can tell if your blood sugar levels are changing and how your diabetes management plan is working. If you’re not meeting your target blood sugar goal, your doctor may adjust or change your treatment plan.


Use our Blood Sugar Tracker and bring it with you to your next doctor's appointment.

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Whether you have a prescription or are considering SOLIQUA 100/33, sign up today. Restrictions apply.*