... 2x a day. Is this the correct dose? PA told me it is but that just makes no sense to me and my PA and DR aren't that good. I'm trying to switch doctors but wanted to see what you all had to say?
lennongurl' If I were you I would just keep a good eye on my blood sugar, What they may be trying to do is keep a stable level if your blood sugar does not change that much or is more stable than that is good But most the time the regular dose is 1000mg every day. If the level is to change But many people are on the 500mg daily be it the er or regular dose. And I have heard many complain when they put them on the 1000mg reg or Sr Your blood levels well tell the truth if it is to far off or you start getting lows at night give your doctor a call. You sure don't need to start having lows at night. hope this is clear enough. Good luck.
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