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What is Lantus
Falling under the insulin class of drugs, Lantus treats type II and type I diabetes mellitus as well as high blood sugar levels. Lantus contains microcrystals that release insulin, which supplement the body's natural insulin production and help to deal with hyperglycemia. This drug is part of a complete treatment alongside diet and exercise. The dosage forms of Lantus are injections and solutions, all of which are administered subcutaneously on a daily basis. Our Lantus discount will help you save a great deal of money on your daily prescriptions. Take a look at our Lantus coupons to get the best possible value on this expensive prescription.
To learn about Lantus side effects, drug interactions or safety concerns, read either the drug label or the drug's package insert. You may also want to speak with your pharmacist or healthcare provider.
The medications you have been prescribed are more likely to be effective if you follow your doctor’s or pharmacist’s exact instructions on when and how to take them.
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Can I use the coupon along with my health insurance?
Yes, and The prices you will pay with our coupons may be lower than your health insurance co-pay. Our coupons cannot be used to lower your co-pay, however. Ask your pharmacist to help you find the best possible price.
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