Day one, numbers were fantastic. But, I took .6 (lowest dose) in the morning and then again late night (because I was trying to get on a nighttime regimen instead of daytime), and noticed my numbers were great, morning and night. Didn't take any this a.m., waiting till tonight, but numbers not as good (but still better) than yesterday. Wondering if I can take .6 in the morning, and .6 at night (instead of 1, 1.2 shot a day)?
Just started Victoza (day two)?
- 6 Feb 2011 by MsABQ323
- 6 February 2011
You should only take Victoza once a day. It does not matter what time of day you inject Victoza but it is best if it is the same time each day.
You should not increase your dose unless instructed by your doctor.
( The dose is usually increased after the first week)
- Victoza Information for Consumers
- Victoza Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Victoza (detailed)
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