Getting patients started

As you get your patients started on Trulicity, here is some information that may help the conversation.

As you get your patients started on Trulicity, here is some information that may help the conversation.

Give them the details:

  • Patients may experience some side effects.*1 If your patients experience nausea, here are some helpful tips to provide them2,3
    • Eat smaller meals
    • Stop eating food when they feel full
    • Avoid fried or fatty foods
    • Try food or drinks containing ginger
  • It helps control your blood sugar1
    • Trulicity can help lower A1C and blood glucose levels
  • It’s once-weekly1
  • With Trulicity, patients may lose some weight1
    • Although Trulicity is not a weight loss drug, many people in clinical trials experienced weight loss after taking Trulicity

*Be sure to discuss the Boxed Warning and other warnings and precautions with patients.

Recommended starting dose is 0.75 mg. Dose can be increased to 1.5 mg for additional glycemic control.

Give them a demonstration

  • Consider giving them the first dose in the office
  • Explain the Instructions for Use
  • Show the demonstration pen
  • Let them practice

Watch how to use the Trulicity Pen

Play

Consider administering the patient’s first dose of Trulicity while they are in your office.

Help your patients save money using the Trulicity Savings Card

Your patients may pay as little as $25 for each of their first 26 prescriptions. Lilly pays up to $150 per month, depending on insurance coverage.

To be eligible for the Trulicity Savings Card patients must be commercially insured and not eligible to receive reimbursement, in whole or in part, for their prescription claims by any governmental program. Other terms and conditions apply.

Each card has a unique ID number.
Please do not make copies.

Email address is required to email card.

Indication and Important Safety Information 
WARNING: POTENTIAL RISK OF THYROID TUMORS INCLUDING THYROID CANCER

Indication and Important Safety Information 
WARNING: POTENTIAL RISK OF THYROID TUMORS INCLUDING THYROID CANCER

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