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If a Diabetes patients is being administered Voglibose, Metformin, glimepiride and Tenegliptin in the morning, and Voglibose, Metformin, glimepiride dose in the night. Can the medicines be scattered between Breakfast and Lunch. (i.e. Voglibose, glimepiride and Metformin during breakfast and teneligliptin during Lunch)

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Mr. lybrate-user, Thanks for the query. The dosage of various medicines for glucose control can be adjusted on the basis of patients needs, doctor's advise and also based on dietary intake. Usually Glimepiride is either given once a day or twice in some cases. Metformin can be given 3 times a day again depending upon the need. Voglibose is usually recommended with each meal, that is three times a day. As it is mainly for reducing post food glucose rise. Thanks.
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