Accidental Double Dose Of Losartan & Amlodipine

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Kamal Says:
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Hi. I took one dose of Losartan 100 mg & Amlodipine 5 mg at 8am & again the same dose I took by mistake at 8 pm. Will I be ok?



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Verwon Says:

In most cases, an occasional extra dose of this class of medications isn't really harmful, though it is best to double check with your doctor, or pharmacist.

The FDA warns that the increased dosage could cause you to experience more severe side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension.

How are you doing? Did you experience any adverse effects?

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Loz Says:
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Hi. I take 10mg of amlodipine in the morning at 8am and i've just taken another one by mistake at 9pm. Should I be worried that i've taken 2 in one day?

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Libo Says:
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Took 5mg amlodipine in the am and couldn't remember if I had taken it so I took 10mg at 11, about 13 hours later accidentally. Should I be worried?

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Elisha Says:
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I mistakingly took Amlodipine 20mg in the morning and evening thinking the drug was for treating headaches, not knowing it's not made for headaches. Please, what should I do now? I am now feeling a strong headache like I want to run mad for some days now.

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Catlo Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

How did you feel after the double dose



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BJ Says:
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My dad took his morning meds this morning, then took them tonight also, thinking it was Wednesday. What should I look out for?

Hydroxyzine 50 mg, Losartan 100mg, Clopidogrel 75mg, Amlodipine besylate 5mg, Doxycycline hyclate 100mg, & Bayer aspirin 81mg.

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