Accidently Took 60mg Of Blood Pressure Meds Instead 20mg

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tammy Says:


what will happen if you take 60mg instead of 20mg of blood pressure meds



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Verwon Says:

It could result in your blood pressure and heart rate going too low, if that happens you may experience symptoms such as dizziness, drowsiness and shallow breathing.

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How did you accidentally take more than you were supposed to?

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jstbelieve Says:

You will live throug it, as long as you don't start floating in the air while you start letteing out so loud Farfs. Heeeheee peace

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