Hey everyone! I am 16 weeks pregnant and my pump has broken and so for the next 24 hours or so I am on shots =(. I have read a lot of places that Lantus is not safe but that is what my endo has prescribed but I think it is because I was on it before and we know it works well with me. I have been known for other stuff to not work like NPH was just HORRIBLE and homolog doesn't work either. Anyone here took Lantus while pregnant? Just being really cautious.

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I've known at least one person who took Lantus through two pregnancies, apparently no problem.

As I understand it, there's no reason to believe Lantus is unsafe. It's merely not FDA approved for it yet. Last I heard, levemir is the only basal insulin that actually is. Novolog also isn't, but it's what I used (via pump) through the last pregnancy and this one.

24 hours? I'm positive your baby will be OK. :)

Thanks

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