Metformin Hcl 1000 Mg Tab

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Peter Hennes Says:


I am taking metformin 1000mg twice a day.
what should be the time interval between two takes?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Peter! How are you?

Usually, it's taken just before a meal to help control blood sugar levels and, in most cases, that would be breakfast and dinner.

However, what has your doctor advised? Did they give you any specific instructions?

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Elisa Says:

Hi, then what about lunch? I was told by my doctor to take it in the morning with breakfast and in the evening with dinner. However, I eat a heavier lunch than breakfast and wonder if I should take the first one at lunch rather than breakfast. I take Metformin 1000mg HCL. Is this extended release or just regular? Thank you for your time and advice.

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