Drop In Glucose Level When I Miss Perscribed Dose

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On two occasions I forgot to take my perscribed metformin at dinner time (3- 500 mg HCL ER). With in 2hrs. my glucose level dropped very low and had to get sugar into my system.. Why? Please if any one can help with this it would be appreciated Thanks.Also I take 1- Glipizide ER 5mg. first thing in the morning.



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cookie Says:

You may ask your Doctor to reduce glyburid, to 1-or-2 mg it causes bs to drop real fast if you dont eat.
I am diabetic too, on the same meds.

Eat you breakfast or dont take the meds till u do.

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