I Accidentally Took My Blood Pressure Medication Twice

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Missy Says:
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I accidentally took my blood pressure medication (Atenolol 100mg / Chlorthal 25mg) twice within 1 hour. What should I do?



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Verwon Says:

While it is always best to check with your prescriber, or pharmacist, in most cases there won't be any severe issues from accidentally doubling up just once. According to NIH reports, it usually just causes the side effects to be a little more severe, so you may experience more nausea, dizziness, headache and urination than usual.

How are you doing, now? Did you experience any adverse issues?

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Cinthia Says:
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I jst took my meds htz 100 and carbedidol 50 twice in One day 8 hrs apart.

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