Best Medicine For Blood Pressure And Heart Beat 150/90 90 Heart Beat

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GURJEET SINGH Says:


my blood pressure always 150/90 and heart beat 90. i am taking tazloc h.please advice me best medicine for bp and heart beat.my age 56 year height 5'8'' WEIGHT 85KG
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vv s manian Says:

Iam 74. I always maintained 120/80 for the last 20 years.Suddenly today BP is 150/90. I feel little dizzy. Is this a cause of alarm. Dr has prescibed metzoc 25 mg twiice a day

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Verwon Says:

Gurjeet, how long have you been taking the Tazloc-H?

Learn more Telmisartan details here.

Learn more Hydrochlorothiazide details here.

Both of its active ingredients have been proven to be effective, but it does take some time for them to reach their full effect in your body and that may take as long as 4 to 6 weeks.


VV S, was it just elevated for that one reading, or has it happened more than that?

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