How to buy Lantus Solostar (insulin glargine) online?
Lantus Solostar can be ordered online through 90daymeds.com or by calling 1-800-828-4489 and speaking to customer support. The chat feature can also be used for support. For more information please visit the “How to Order” page on 90daymeds.com.
Is a prescription required?
Yes, a valid prescription from your doctor is required. Lantus Solostar is a prescription medication and can only be sold with a prescription. To process your order, you will need to submit a prescription. The prescription can be emailed ([email protected]), faxed (1-800-416-8019), or uploaded. Alternatively, we can reach out to your doctor to attain a valid prescription if you would like.
What is the maximum amount that can be ordered?
A 3-month supply (90-days) is the maximum amount that can be ordered at one time. Refills are kept on file for future orders. The amount that can be ordered will be based on the directions and quantity indicated on the prescription from your provider.
Is it safe to order Lantus Solostar (insulin glargine) from 90-Day Meds?
Absolutely. All our partner pharmacies are fully licensed and certified in their respective countries. We ensure that your shopping experience is safe and secure with our Norton Shopping Guarantee. We operate just like your local pharmacy would, with our main priority being to provide you access to safe and affordable prescription medication.
|Average US Retail Price||90-Day Meds Price|
|Lantus Solostar 100 units/mL
(15 mL = 5 pens)
How much does Lantus Solostar cost?
Above shows the price comparison between the average U.S. retail price and 90-Day Meds price of 15 mL (5 pens) of Lantus Solostar 100 units/mL.
At 90DayMeds.com, we make sure to keep drug prices low. The cost-savings are real and you deserve to get more value for your money.
What is the lowest price of Lantus Solostar per unit?
Lowest Price Per Unit: $12.67/unit for Lantus Solostar 100 units/mL pens
Is this price for Lantus Solostar without insurance?
The listed prices are not including insurance. Unfortunately, we cannot accept insurance. However, we will give you an official receipt which you can use to apply for reimbursement with your insurer. We are also unable to process claims through US insurance providers.
Why is Lantus Solostar cheaper from Canada than from the United States?
Drug prices in Canada are negotiated and regulated. The US is a free market economy which is why the price differs since pharmaceutical suppliers can charge what they deem appropriate for the product. As a result, we offer lower prices to our patients as we supply medications from these countries.
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Is there a lower cost generic Lantus Solostar available?
Lantus Solostar is not available as a generic alternative.
How much cheaper is generic Lantus Solostar?
There is currently no generic alternative to Lantus Solostar.
What is the difference between brand and generic Lantus Solostar?
Once available on the market, there will be no difference between generic and brand Lantus Solostar. Generic formulations of medications contain the same active ingredients and meet the same quality, strength, and purity standards as the brand formulation.
Is shipping available to the United States?
Yes. Your Lantus Solostar will be shipped Express from Canada in 3 to 5 business days. An email notification will be sent to you once the item has been shipped. We ship nationwide across the United States.
How much does shipping cost?
There are no shipping fees.
Is express shipping available?
This medication will only ship Express with an estimated delivery time of 3 to 5 business days.
How to refill a prescription?
Refilling your prescription is made easy with 90-Day Meds. You can sign into your online account and view your previous orders and see which prescriptions we have on file. Placing a refill order online is made simple by accessing the reorder section in your account.
You can also call us at 1-800-416-8019 and speak to customer support to place a refill. Our live chat is also a great place to connect with us to place a refill order while you are on the go.
Are prescriptions automatically refilled?
We do not automatically refill prescriptions as there can be cases where you are no longer taking the medication, your doctor has changed your dose, etc. However, we provide a friendly refill reminder service. We will kindly notify you by phone or email as to the best time to place a refill order based on your prescription history.
What is Lantus Solostar?
Lantus Solostar (insulin glargine) is a prescription medication that is classified as a basal (long-acting) insulin.
What is Lantus Solostar used for?
It is used for the treatment of type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus.
How does it work?
It lowers blood glucose by inhibiting hepatic glucose production, stimulates glucose uptake, and regulates glucose metabolism.
How do I use Lantus Solostar?
Step 1: Check the label on your SoloSTAR to make sure that you are using the correct insulin.
Step 2: You will need to attach a new needle with each use. Keep the needle as straight as possible when attaching it to your pen. The Lantus SoloSTAR uses screw-on or push-on needles.
Step 3: Perform a safety test to remove any air bubbles and ensure that your pen and needle are working correctly. Select a dose of 2 units. Make sure to always perform a safety test prior to each injection.
Remove the outer needle cap and keep it to remove the needle later after your injection. Then take off the inner needle cap and dispose of it in a sharps container.
Hold the pen upright, with the need pointing upwards. Gently tap the reservoir to remove any air bubbles that are in the needle.
Press the injection button all the way inwards and check if any insulin comes out of the needle. If no insulin, check for air bubbles and repeat the safety test two more times. If no insulin comes out a third time, try the safety test again with a new needle.
Step 4: Make sure that the dose window shows “0” after performing the safety test. Then select your prescribed insulin dose in 1-unit steps. If your required dose is > 80 units, you will need to use 2 or more injections.
Step 5: Use the injection method that your doctor or pharmacist showed you. You will either inject the needle subcutaneously in your upper arm, stomach area (abdomen), or thigh (upper leg).
Press the injection button all the way in. Hold the button in that position and slowly count to 10. Then, withdraw the needle.
Step 6: You must remove the needle after each injection and dispose of it appropriately in a sharps container. Place the outer needle cap back on the needle and use it to unscreen the needle from the pen.
Administer the dose prescribed by your doctor. Only administer if the insulin solution is colorless and clear. Avoid administering cold injections.
Inject subcutaneously into the thighs, abdomen, arms, or buttock. Injection sites should be rotated within the same region to prevent lipodystrophy or localized cutaneous amyloidosis from occurring. Do not inject into skin with lipodystrophy or localized cutaneous amyloidosis.
What dosages are available?
Lantus Solostar comes as a 100 unit/mL 3 mL pen.
What is the recommended dosage?
The specific dose varies based on patient-specific factors, refer to your doctor for dosing recommendations.
What is the maximum dosage?
There is no maximum recommended daily dosage.
What if I miss a dose?
A missed dose could result in hyperglycemia. Some symptoms include increased thirst, frequent urination, nausea, vomiting, or stomach pain. Check your blood sugar if you have missed a dose. If it has been roughly 30 minutes since the missed dose, administer the missed dose. Do not double doses.
What should you know before you take Lantus Solostar?
Hypoglycemia is the most common adverse effect.
Hypersensitivity reactions have occurred and can be serious and life-threatening.
Weight gain can occur.
What are the side effects of Lantus Solostar?
Some common side effects include:
- Hypertension, peripheral edema
- Severe hypoglycemia
- Urinary tract infection
- Antibody development
- Infection, influenza
- Arthralgia, back pain, limb pain
- Bronchitis, cough, nasopharyngitis, sinusitis, upper respiratory tract infection
Speak to your doctor for a full list of side effects that apply to you if you are taking Lantus Solostar.
Does this medication interact with other drugs, foods, or alcohol?
Avoid use with macimorelin and rosiglitazone (Risk Category X).
This is not a full list of potential drug-drug-interactions. Speak to your doctor if you have any concerns about drug-drug-interactions.
How should this medication be stored?
Store your Lantus Solostar pen in the refrigerator between 2°C-8°C (36°F-46°F) until first use. Do not freeze it or put it next to the freezer compartment or a freezer pack.
After it has been 28 days from opening, dispose of your Lantus Solostar or once it runs out of injections.
- Write down the date when you start (opened and used) your Lantus Solostar. Your Lantus Solostar should be stored in the refrigerator. If unopened and unused, your Lantus Solostar can be stored until its expiration date. If you have opened and used your Lantus Solostar, dispose of it after 28 days even if there is insulin left.
- Do not use your insulin if it is cloudy or has been frozen.
- Signs and symptoms of hypoglycemia can include: sweating, hunger, dizziness/lightheadedness, blurred vision, fast heart beat, shakiness, trouble concentrating/confusion, slurred speech, anxiety, irritability, or mood changes.
- If your blood sugar < 70 mg/dL, that is hypoglycemia. Follow the “Rule of 15” if this occurs:
- Consume 15 grams of carbohydrates, which is about 1⁄2 cup of juice or a tablespoon of sugar, honey, or corn syrup.
- Then, wait 15 minutes and re-check your blood sugar. If it is still < 70 mg/dL, repeat the step again.
- If the second check is > 70 mg/dL, consume a small portion of protein afterwards.
- Be sure to check your blood sugar daily and document the readings.
Is Lantus Solostar a long-acting insulin?
Are Lantus and Lantus Solostar the same?
They are the same insulin (glargine), except one comes in a vial and the other comes as a pre-filled injection pen (Solostar).
What type of insulin is Lantus Solostar?
A long-acting insulin (insulin glargine).
Are Lantus solostar and Basaglar the same thing?
Although they have the same active ingredient, insulin glargine, they are not equivalent.
Is there a generic for Lantus Solostar?