I'm curious as to how many people take Victoza in the AM or in the PM, and why?

I'm take it in the morning, and just because that's when I take all my other meds and it's easier for me.

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I take mine in the morning as well. I have to wait til lunch to take the rest of my meds now because of the nausea. Have been up to full dose for about a week which means I'm into my 3rd week on Victoza but still experiencing random nausea. Blood sugars are stable though, so it's worth it.
I take mine in the A.M.,just because it is easier to remember than when I am tired at night.
As you know according to the instructions Victoza can be taken anytime of the day regardless of meals my doctor suggested I take it in the morning and have done for over 12 months,after my setback last week my dosage has been increased to 1.2 from 0.6 so I am looking forward to getting back on track best wishes twiddlemthumbs
I take mine before dinner at night, per my Dr. suggestion. Might try taking it in the am, but my blood sugar numbers are higher in the am so maybe taking it a night is better. Great results so far. Fasting #'s are down from 157 to 113 ave, and I've lost 6 lbs in a month!
I take mine at nighttime, and it's helped with my morning sugar readings. Plus since February, I've lost almost 30 lbs, but going to Weight Watchers too!
I take mine first thing in the AM it is just easier for me to remember. I have been on it since the end of March and as of this morning I have lost 26 pounds. I found it really rough the first two weeks but I stuck with it and it is working out great.
i also take mine in am. because day time is my HIGH NUMBER time. ive gone from 9.6 to -6.5in three months so im happy, and i am FINALLY started losing weight again

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