Can I Take Glubitor Od In The Evening

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Nats Says:

My doctor prescribed me glubitor od for my diabetes, he advised that i should take it in the morning, but the problem is, i feel dizzy after taking it and i could not function well during the day, so can i take it before going to sleep instead?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Nats! How are you feeling?

Did you eat after taking it?

This medication contains the active ingredient Gliclazide, it's used to help lower and control blood sugar. It can cause dizziness, drowsiness, headache and stomach pain as side effects and they will be worse if you take it and don't eat right afterwards, because it could lower your blood sugar too far.

Learn more Glubitor OD details here.

Ideally, it should be taken just before your morning meal.

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