Tresiba FlexTouch 200
Tresiba FlexTouch 100
Frequently Asked Questions
Can Tresiba be mixed with other insulins?
Tresiba should not be mixed with other insulins in the same injection. It should be administered separately, using a different injection site, if needed.
What should I do if I accidentally take too much Tresiba?
Taking too much Tresiba can lead to hypoglycemia (low blood sugar). If you suspect an overdose or experience symptoms of low blood sugar, such as dizziness, sweating, or confusion, consume a source of sugar and seek medical help if necessary.
Is it safe to drive or operate machinery while using Tresiba?
Hypoglycemia can affect your ability to drive or operate machinery. It’s crucial to check your blood sugar levels before driving, especially if you’re at risk of low blood sugar, to ensure you’re safe to do so.
Can Tresiba be used in children with diabetes?
Tresiba is approved for use in children with diabetes, but the dosage and administration should be determined by a healthcare professional based on the child’s individual needs.
Can Tresiba cause weight gain?
Some people may experience weight gain while using insulin, including Tresiba. However, individual responses to insulin can vary.
Does Tresiba require a prescription?
Yes, Tresiba is a prescription medication, and it’s important to follow your healthcare provider’s instructions for proper use and dosage.
Can Tresiba be used by people with kidney or liver problems?
Individuals with kidney or liver problems may need dosage adjustments or special monitoring while using Tresiba. It’s crucial to discuss your medical history and conditions with your healthcare provider.
Can Tresiba be taken at any time of the day?
Tresiba provides flexibility and can be taken at any time of the day. However, it’s essential to maintain consistency with the timing of your doses once chosen.
How quickly can I expect to see results in my blood sugar levels after starting Tresiba?
The effects on blood sugar control may vary among individuals. Your healthcare provider can advise on when to expect changes in your blood sugar levels after starting Tresiba.
Always seek advice from a healthcare professional or doctor regarding any specific concerns or queries about using Tresiba or adjusting your diabetes treatment plan.