Three years ago, I got serious about taking care of myself. Since then, I've lost a total of 147 pounds and was taken off insulin. Yesterday, I had my 3 month checkup with a new doctor I've only seen two times. My A1C was 5.3. It's been under control for awhile now, but this has been my lowest A1C. My doctor wants to lower my Metformin from 1000mg 2x a day in half. At first, I was like holy **** that's awesome! This morning, I was sitting here really thinking about it. If I go to a lower dose and eat the same way, will my A1C become higher? Right now, I'm really under control and if I cut my meds in half will that effect me in a negative way? Would I need to adjust my diet even more to compensate for less meds? I hardly eat as it is now lol. Don't I want to stay on the same dose to keep it that low? Does anyone have experience with this? After you cut back on meds how did it work for you? Did you have to do anything different or just go on the way you were? I'm really unsure and would like some advice. I wish I had thought about this while I was in the doctor's office. Thanks in advance for your help. I really appreciate it.