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How should one take actos (pioglitazone) 15mg and lisinopril 10mg ?

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Dr. Mark Rasak
Cardiology 33 years experience
You can take in am : Take the pills together in the morning. Then eat a healthy breakfast. The inserts with meds can make it sound more complicated than it needs to be. Just make sure eat regularly to avoid hypoglycemia , and drink plenty of water on the Lisinopril to keep the kidneys working as this is the organ that metabolizes the. Drug.

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How can you take actos (pioglitazone) 15mg and lisinopril 10mg ?

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Actos (pioglitazone): Actos (pioglitazone) should be taken half hour before breakfast and Lisinopril should be taken at the same time daily.

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