I have diabetes type 2, low iron and thyroid problem. Lisinopril is to "protect from damage". Some meds should not be taken together, some with food, some without... I am soooo confused. My doctor keeps wondering why my labs are up one time and down the next, then up again...
Help schedule meds? Metformin, Ferrous Sulfate, Lisinopril, Synthroid, Insulin R and 70/30, vitamins
- 13 May 2010 by pmond10
- synthroid, vitamins, thyroid disease, diabetes, type 2, vitamin/mineral supplementation and deficiency, ferrous sulfate, insulin, lisinopril, metformin, hypothyroidism, iron deficiency anemia
14 May 2010
My suggestion is to take your Synthroid first and then wait an hour and take the rest of your meds. You may want to separate the insulin and metformin by an hour also checking your sugar in between. The vitamins and iron can also be taken together, but at least an hour apart from the Symthroid. I hope this helps some. I am on some of these meds too.
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