Losartan Potassium 100mg Tab

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jennifer Says:

My blood pressure is up to 135/102 this evening. Can I take another losartan?

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Verwon Says:

No, Losartan is not a medication that will work to rapidly lower your blood pressure in such situations. It is a drug that must be taken regularly for several weeks, in order for it to reach its effectiveness level in your body.

Learn more Losartan details here.

Have you been exercising or doing a lot of activity just before taking your blood pressure reading?

Had you been drinking anything with caffeine in it?

How much sodium was in your meals for the day and the past few days?

All of these things I asked about could possibly cause the type of elevation your seeing.

What you need to do is contact your doctor and let them know, the 135 isn't a major concern, but the 102 is high and needs to be addressed, regardless of what's causing it.

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Patti Says:

My Dr recently changed my meds from Benicar 20 mgs to Losartan 100 mgs. I took my last Benicar yesterday and am hesitating taking the Losartan today due to the large mg difference and some of the comments I've read here. My Dr said the change shouldn't be a problem, but the pharmacist said my bp could fluctuate either way depending on how the Losartan absorbs in my body. Another post I read said that it could take several weeks before there is enough of the med in my system to make a difference either way. Has anyone else made this med change that can share how it has affected them? I do not have a bp machine and have to go to the Dr or a store that has a bp machine. What signs do I look for if my bp runs too high or too low?

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rahim Says:
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I'm 32.. my testosterone is 309... bp 100/140...taking losartan potassium 50 mg... Can I fertilize my wife?.... I'm going to marry...pls advise... doctor prescribed a food supplement...anti depressant and herbal medicine called panactor....plz, what should I do...?

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Kelly Says:

I was on lisilopril 5mg and my doctor put me on lozart potassium starting with 25mg than to 50mg and my blood pressure kept going up. Now I'm taking 100mg and my blood pressure is still very height I,m up to 180/103. Higher then I ever had with the 5 mg of lisilopril.Did any one had a similar problem?

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Kelly Says:

Yes I did. I was also talking 5 mg of lisilopril and my doutor chances for Lozartan starting at 25 then to 50 then to 100 and I got to sick then he chance back to 50 a day,but I think my blood pressure is to High .I,m going to wait a couple days and se how it goes...

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Kelly Says:

Yes I too was in 5 mg of lisilopril and was changed to 50 lozart b p is highter than ever was.im very abste.

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Brij Says:
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I have been on Losartan for over ten years. In India it is sold in the name of Repace. I am taking 25 mg and have not faced any side effects.

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Beth Says:
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Interval should be at least 12 hours.
But my doctor suggested three times/ day Losartan 25 mg if bp is higher than 12.5

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Beth Says:
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My pharmacist shorted me four pills, so I unexpectedly ran out of my Losartan 50 mg tablets. My husband takes Losartan 100 mg. Can I split the 100 mg tablets in half until I can get to the pharmacy this weekend?

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VeBo Says:
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I've been on losartan potassium 100mg for about 6 months. It feels like it affects my breathing, causes tiredness and my legs feel heavy... A hair follicle test showed my potassium level is off the charts. Is losartan contributing to that amount of potassium? Should I be off it?

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Betty Says:
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Will losartan help lower your heart rate.i thought that was what it was for .was i wrong.

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