Hctz Pills

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small pinkish round pill. #S over/820. Given for high blood pressure for 2 weeks. Want to know if its just a water pill or will help with pressue. Thanks

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Milton Carr Says:

The hctz pills was perscribed to me fo high bld pressure, is it for that or just a water pill tell me all about it please thank you very much M. Carr

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lucy Says:

this is a water pill i take it along with lisinopril for blood pressure if you take it alone then your pressure must be related to water retention my doctor prescribed it to me along with lisinopril saying this water pill will help with water retention that might be forming around your heart which can also cause a slight elevated blood pressure

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Verwon Says:

Water can be held in the body in other areas, not just the heart, which can increase your sodium content and result in higher blood pressure.


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