Can I Take Jardiance At Night

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Karen Says:


I just started Jardiance today in the morning together with my insulin and metformin xr x 1000. I have been feeling nausea all day, not been able to do much. Can I take this tablet in the evening so I can sleep away the nausea. I didnt have to run to the toilet alot but it may change as I continue/



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Lucy Says:

Hi Im curious about taking at night as well,, how is it working out for you.?



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Kevin Says:

Hello Karen,

According to the manufacturer's directions Jardiance is to be taken first thing in the morning with or without food.

My research has found that this is primarily due to the way that our bodies handle insulin after a long resting periods without eating. When my wife was diagnosed with gestational diabetes she was instructed to eat foods at very particular intervals and take her medication within very limited windows so I understand how limiting and frustrating this experience may be for you.

If the nausea continues I would advise you speak with your primary care physician to see what you can do about the situation.

I hope that this helps and I hope that you feel better soon.

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