Side effects of Lantus
Lantus is a treatment for people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes. Lantus works by helping the pancreas to produce insulin. It is essential to have proper treatment with this medication because it helps with blood sugar levels. It is necessary to be aware of the side effects of Lantus so that you can manage them at the right time. Lantus could cause minor or severe adverse reactions.
Common side effects:
- Weight gain is a typical consequence of all insulins, and not just with Lantus. However, weight gain is average and healthy since insulin causes the body’s cells to accumulate sugar to help meet your future energy requirements.
- Lantus Injection causes itching, redness, and pain on the injection site.
- Skin skin
- Lantus can also cause edema (swelling) within the ankles, legs, and feet.
- weight gain
- The upper respiratory infection, including the common cold or bronchitis, is one of the most common side effects.
- low blood sugar levels(hypoglycemia)
Serious side effects:
Hypokalemia (low levels of potassium),
The symptoms are
- Muscle cramps
- irregular heart rhythm
- paralysis (loss of motion in a particular body part)
- respiratory failure
- Severe hypoglycemia
- Allergy reaction.
Lantus (glargine insulin) is not a suitable choice :
- during the times of hypoglycemia
- If you are hypersensitive to insulin glargine or any other excipients.
Signs of an overdose may include:
- Hypoglycemia severe (shallow glucose levels) that can lead to:
- in extreme cases, death
- hypokalemia (low levels of potassium) is a condition that can trigger:
- Muscle cramps
- weak spots
- heart palpitations
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