Double Dose Of Lisinopril And Carvedilol

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martin Says:

I am currently taking Lisinopril 10MG and Carvedilol 12.5MG in the morning and my blood pressure remains high normally at 144/79. If I double up would it reduce my blood pressure?

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Verwon Says:

That is not a dangerously high level, and you should not take more than your doctor has instructed you to take, when the medications were prescribed.

How long have you been taking them? It can take awhile for them to reach their full level of efficacy in your body to fully lower your blood pressure.

The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension.

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Kenneth Says:
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I accidentally took an extra Corug 25 mg tonight 3 hours ago. Should I expect any trouble?

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Don Says:

My blood pressure has been about 160 for a few days. I take 12.5 mgs of Carvedilol. Would it help to double the dose?

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