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Should I take my diabetes medicine at the same times each day?

The best way to control your diabetes is to try to eat and take your medication at about the same time every day. If this is not possible due to your schedule discuss it with your doctor or a certified diabetes educator. They can help you work out a plan to coordinate your meals and medication and still get good control of your diabetes.

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