What Is the V-Go?
The V-Go is a simple insulin delivery device. You place it on your skin, press a button to insert a small needle, and the V-Go delivers insulin in the same way your body is supposed to.*
In people without diabetes, the body releases small amounts of insulin continuously over 24 hours (basal rate). The body releases large amounts of insulin (bolus dose) at meals.
The V-Go mimics the insulin pattern of the body, providing:
A continuous preset basal rate of insulin over 24 hours
On-demand bolus dosing at mealtimes
Continuous means the V-Go delivers an ongoing rate of background insulin that your body needs day and night. Preset basal rate means the V-Go delivers background insulin at a fixed rate that you don't need to adjust. On-demand bolus dosing means the V-Go can deliver extra insulin if you need it at mealtimes, simply by pressing two buttons.
Three V-Go Options
The V-Go includes the insulin you need over a 24-hour period to help control your blood sugar. There are 3 V-Go options. Your doctor or healthcare professional can select the most appropriate option for you.
*If you follow the V-Go Instructions for Patient Use.
On the Go Video
Simple, convenient, and easy to use. Watch and learn how the V-Go may help you control your blood sugar.
Most patients pay between $25 and $50 and save up to $180 for a 30-day supply. Learn more.
Did You Know?
The V-Go has no electronics, batteries, infusion sets, or programming, and the device is fully disposable. Learn more about the benefits of the V-Go.