Combination Of 4 Different High Blood Pressure Meds

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Margaret Says:


Is it safe for a 72 yr. old to take 4 different high blood medications? It seems scary...



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Verwon Says:

Multiple medications are often prescribed to help lower high blood pressure as safely and as fast as possible, or to help control certain cardiac conditions.

How are they working for them? If they are experiencing issues, such as low pressure/low heart rate, as well as other side effects that the FDA lists, such as dizziness, severe drowsiness, headache, dehydration and fainting?

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Verwon Says:

Sorry, I meant to add that if they are experiencing such issues, they may need dosage adjustments, or to stop certain medications.

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joyce Says:

I take amlodipine 10 mg, losartan 50 mg, acylovir 400 mg, bystolic 5 mg...among other meds. Isn't that too much high blood pressure medication?

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