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Is it time for insulin?

If you’ve been struggling to reach your A1C goal, it may be because your body is no longer making, or struggling to use your natural insulin. It’s not your fault—diabetes changes over time, and your health care provider may have mentioned changing your treatment plan to include a long-acting insulin as a result, along with a healthy diet and exercise.

Tresiba® is a long-acting insulin that releases slow and steady throughout the day to mimic how your naturally occurring insulin works in the body.

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Reasons to Ask About Tresiba®

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Manages blood sugar for 24 hours

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Powerful A1C reduction

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Covered by most major health insurance plans

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Once-daily dosing

Tresiba® in Action

A slow and steady release that works the way the body’s insulin does

For adults, if you miss or delay your Tresiba® dose, simply take it as soon as you can, then return to your normal dosing schedule. Just be sure to leave at least 8 hours between doses.

FlexTouch®: Another Reason to Ask About Tresiba®

The latest in prefilled insulin pen technology from Novo Nordisk is recommended for use with the NovoFine® Plus 32G Tip, one of the shortest and thinnest needles available.

NovoFine® Plus is designed for less pain. In a study, a majority of people using 32G Tip needles experienced little or no pain.

Needles are sold separately and may require a prescription in some states.

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You may pay as little as $35 or no more than $99 per prescription.a

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