Metformin Hcl 500 Mg Tablets

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Jennifer Says:


I just got my RX for metformin Hcl 500 mg. tablets. I am confused as to when is the best time of day for me to take it. Should I take it in the morning, or, at night before bed? Do I need to take it on an empty stomach, or, with food?



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Verwon Says:

Ideally, it should usually be taken in the morning, just before a meal, that way it has time to start working to help lower your blood sugar by the time your body starts digesting your meal.

Learn more Metformin details here.

Didn't your doctor or pharmacist provide any instructions?

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Jennifer Says:

My Dr. said to take it in the morning, but, the printout that comes with prescriptions said to take with dinner. So, I was confused. It makes more since to take it in the A.M. Thanx for your input.

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