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Toujeo Coupon & Discounts

Save on Toujeo at your pharmacy with the free discount below.

Toujeo is an injectable man-made insulin that is prescribed to treat people with Type 1 diabetes and some individuals with Type 2 diabetes. It is dispensed using an injection pen; the Toujeo cost for a carton of three prefilled pens is between $390 and $470. At HelpRx, we offer a Toujeo coupon, or savings card, ... Read more

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Toujeo Information:

What is Toujeo?

Toujeo is a brand name for insulin glargine, a manufactured, long-acting, form of insulin. It is used to treat Type 1 diabetes; it may also be prescribed to those with Type 2 diabetes who require insulin. For those with Type 1 diabetes, this medication is prescribed along with a short-acting insulin. Those with Type 2 diabetes may also be prescribed a complementary short-acting insulin or oral diabetes medication. The Toujeo drug replaces the insulin the body produces as well as aiding in the movement of sugar from the blood to body tissue for energy. In addition, it prevents sugar production in the liver.

How do I take Toujeo?

Toujeo is insulin in solution that is injected subcutaneously once a day. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions that accompany the Toujeo pens; ask your doctor or pharmacist to explain anything you do not understand or to demonstrate how to use the device if you are not familiar with it. Always perform the recommended safety test before using the prefilled Toujeo pens. Be sure to follow your recommended diet and exercise program. Do not use this medication if you have symptoms of hypoglycemia or your blood sugar level is too low. Toujeo does not cure diabetes; continue to take it even if you feel well.

Before taking Toujeo, tell your doctor if:

  • You are allergic to insulin or any of the ingredients in the Toujeo drug
  • You are pregnant, planning a pregnancy, or are nursing a child
  • You are taking any prescription or non-prescription medications, vitamins, or supplements
  • You are taking albuterol, clonidine, octreotide, danazol, lithium, disopyramide, fluoxetine, glucagon, somatropin, pramlintide, reserpine, pentoxifylline, terbutaline, or pentamidine
  • You are taking ACE inhibitors, beta blockers, angiotensin receptor blockers, cholesterol-lowering medications, atypical antipsychotics, diuretics, HIV protease inhibitors, estrogens, oral contraceptives, steroids, or diabetes medications;  cold or asthma medications, MAOIs, sulfa antibiotics, nausea medications or medications to treat mental illness; thyroid medication, salicylate pain relievers, or are undergoing hormone replacement therapy
  • You have, or have had, kidney, liver, or heart disease
  • You have, or have had, nerve damage as a result of diabetes, heart failure, or any medical condition
  • You drink alcohol.

What are the possible side effects of taking Toujeo?

Some people have reported side effects after taking Toujeo, including hypo- and hyperglycemia. Less severe side effects include changes in skin texture or feel, signs of fat buildup or breakdown in the skin (thickening or thinning), coughing, swelling of the hands or feet, weight gain, or swelling, redness, itching, or pain at the injection site.

Severe side effects requiring immediate medical attention include signs of an allergic reaction (rash, hives, itching, peeling or blistered skin; swelling of the face, mouth, lips, throat, or tongue; difficulty breathing or swallowing), abnormal heartbeat, hoarseness, muscle cramps, rapid pulse, sweating, general weakness, or wheezing.

What if I forget to take a dose of Toujeo?

Ask your doctor what to do in the event an injection of Toujeo is missed or if an extra dose is accidentally injected. Write the instructions down and keep them in an easily accessible location.

How do I store Toujeo?

Keep Toujeo sealed in its original packaging in the refrigerator and out of the reach of children. Do not allow the medication or the pens to freeze, or expose it to temperatures greater than room temperature. Do not use this product if it has been frozen and thawed. If a refrigerator is not available, Toujeo may be stored at room temperature, away from direct sunlight, for up to 28 days. Dispose of any unused or expired medication according to the instructions of your pharmacist or local regulations.

What happens if I overdose on Toujeo?

If an overdose of Toujeo is suspected, contact the Poison Control Center at 1-800-222-1222. If the individual has stopped breathing or lost consciousness, contact Emergency Services at 911. An overdose can occur if too much insulin is used or if the patient eats or exercises less than normal, even if the proper amount was administered. Signs of an overdose include seizures and loss of consciousness.

Warnings

Wear a diabetic identification bracelet while using Toujeo or any diabetes medication. Contact your doctor if you become pregnant while using Toujeo. Do not use this medication if it has been frozen and thawed. Do not use Toujeo if it is cloudy or discolored. This medication may cause hypoglycemia; do not use it if you show signs of hypoglycemia or your blood-sugar level is too low. Drinking alcohol can cause changes in blood sugar.

 

Brand Names

Toujeo is a brand name for the diabetes medication insulin glargine; it is also marketed under the brand names Lantus, Lantus OptiClik Cartridge, Lantus Solostar Pen, and Toujeo SoloStar. However, these brands should not be substituted for one another without written permission from a doctor as their concentrations and delivery methods differ. Our Toujeo coupon lowers prices on this medication significantly – by up to 75% at your local pharmacy. In addition to this Toujeo cost-reducing savings card, HelpRx also provides a discount card that delivers savings on hundreds of other brand name and prescription medications. 

“The price for my prescription has gone up the past year and paying the out of pocket cost was getting increasingly difficult. Now, through HelpRx I’ve saved hundreds! Thank you HelpRx” - Janet Larsen - Austin, TX

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HelpRx.info is a discount pharmacy service, partnered with a leading pharmacy benefit manager. We negotiate lower prices on prescription medications, that we pass on to our members for free. There is no cost to use our cards and coupon, and anyone can take advantage of our discounts, regardless of healthcare coverage.

Our savings assurance of “up to 75% off” comes from historical data from actual claims. This data includes savings for both brand name and generic medications.