Does it matter what time of day I take Lipitor?
- 15 May 2010 by Waleen
15 May 2010
No, you can take it at bedtime or when you get up in the morning, it still works either way. Depends when the best time for you to remember it is. just take it the same time all the time if you can. Hope this eases your mind.
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