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Diabetes changes over time, and so could your treatment.

Like many adults with type 2 diabetes, you diet, exercise, and you’re already using a long-acting insulin (less than 60 units). You're making some progress but you're just not getting to your A1c goal. It could be that your diabetes is changing and your doctor may recommend SOLIQUA 100/33, a 2-in-1 treatment that works 5 ways to help lower your A1c.

Diabetes is complex with factors beyond your control

Living with type 2 diabetes can mean a lot of ups and downs. It's a complex condition that may change over time. Some factors you can control, like eating healthy foods and exercising regularly, but other factors may be beyond your control, like age, metabolism, and family history. So even if you're trying to do everything right, your high A1c still may not budge. If you're struggling to get your numbers down, it may be time to ask your doctor about SOLIQUA 100/33.

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Why SOLIQUA 100/33

2 medicines work together in a single dose

SOLIQUA 100/33 has 2 medicines working together in a single dose image
  • Lantus® (insulin glargine 100 Units/mL)a long-acting insulin
  • A non-insulin diabetes medicine (lixisenatide 33 mcg/mL) a glucagon-like peptide receptor agonist (GLP-1 RA) that starts working after you eat a meal

SOLIQUA 100/33 works 5 ways to deliver powerful A1c reduction

SOLIQUA 100/33 works 5 ways in your body to control blood sugar and help lower A1c in your bloodstream, stomach, liver, pancreas, and in your muscles. In fact, in a clinical trial of adults with type 2 diabetes, SOLIQUA 100/33 significantly lowered A1c.

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Keep on tracking!

Keep your blood sugar tracker up to date and bring it with you to your next doctor’s appointment. It can help you and your doctor see how well your diabetes treatment plan is working.

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