This question was answered on Wed 18, Aug 2010 10:39pm by Dr Vamshi Balasetti

When is the best time to take the diabetes medication actos. Morning or night?

    
Asked by c12l13forbes (Female; 59; I have diabetes and high blood pressure ) on Tue 17, Aug 2010 09:26pm

When is the best time to take the diabetes medication actos. Morning or night?

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Answer by Dr Vamshi Balasetti  on Wed 18, Aug 2010 10:39pm:

Hi! Diabetics who are on oral hypoglycemic drugs usually take them depending on their blood glucose levels. This varies from individual to individual. Also different drugs have different durations of action. Over dosage is always dangerous because it will lead to fatal hypoglycemia (low blood glucose levels). Hence it is always advisable that you visit a physician and monitor your blood glucose levels and then follow a particular pattern of treatment. Take care.

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Comment by Doug Kalka on Sun 09, Feb 2014 10:19am:
Actos the best time to take? And is it normally safe a lot of bad hype?

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