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shortkylady posted:
i have been on vitoza for several months .... 1.2 blood sugar was 265,,,,,,, but the last 2 days it has gone down to 43 ...56... and last reading tonight 73.... i didnt take my injection today since my level has been so low.. what do i need to do... take the shot ... or not
Louise_WebMD_Staff responded:
You need to give the doctor a call about your results and ask. Since some of those are pretty serious lows and Victoza isn't insulin, but a 24 hour medication, you are not just dosing for that moment.

We can't advise you on medication dosing. However, our Diabetes community can share their support and experience. I encourage you to come visit us.

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