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What are the side effects of Lantus Solostar?

Lantus Solostar can cause a range of side effects. The most common is low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), with signs including:

- Nausea

- Hunger

- Headache

- Sleepiness, sleeping problems, or nightmares

- Blurry vision

- Trembling

- Rapid heartbeat

- Sweating

- Skin that is pale and cool

- Difficulty concentrating

- Feeling weak or dizzy

- Feeling anxious, confused, or nervous

- Tongue, lips, feet, or hands tingling

- Drunken behavior

- Speech slurring

- Seizure

- Loss of consciousness

Allergic reactions to Lantus Solostar (insulin glargine) are uncommon, but if you notice any of the following symptoms, get emergency medical treatment:

- Full-body itching or rash

- Wheezing or feeling short of breath

- Sweating

- Rapid pulse

- Feeling as if you might lose consciousness

Other uncommon symptoms may occur. Talk to your doctor if any of the following side effects bother you:

- Indented skin, pain, thickening, redness, itching, or swelling where you inject Lantus Solostar

- Swollen or bloated feet, lower legs, hands, or face

Lantus Solostar may cause other side effects. Ask your doctor for advice about any side effects.

 

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