Levemir® may be an appropriate treatment choice

When you have diabetes, your body may not make enough insulin to control your blood sugar, or may prevent the insulin you do make from working correctly. Your health care provider may prescribe a long-acting (or basal) insulin like Levemir® to help control your blood sugar throughout the day.

 

What Levemir® provides

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Blood sugar control for up to 24 hours


As a long-acting insulin, Levemir® provides blood sugar control for up to 24 hours and lowers your A1C. Levemir® can help provide the insulin your body needs between meals and while you’re sleeping.

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Low rate of low blood sugar


Hypoglycemia is a common side effect of all insulins, including Levemir®. In studies, people who were treated with Levemir® had a low rate of low blood sugar events.

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2 ways to take your medicine


Levemir® comes in Levemir® FlexTouch®, a prefilled insulin pen with no push-button extension. It is also available in a vial.

Talk to your health care provider about Levemir®

When taken once or twice daily, Levemir® lowers A1C in adults with type 1 or type 2 diabetes and children with type 1 diabetes. Talk to your health care provider to decide whether Levemir® is right for you.

 

Get to know another insulin option

Learn about a long-acting insulin from Novo Nordisk that provides around-the-clock blood sugar control with powerful A1C reduction.

Learn about Levemir® FlexTouch® and vial


See 2 ways to take Levemir®

Pay as little as $25 for your Levemir® prescriptiona


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