Medicine For Lowering Blood Pressure

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Kaaliya Says:


I have been prescribed ramipril 5, telmisartan 40, losartan sodium 50 at different occasions for blood pressure. I want to know is there any harm in changing the medicines from time to time. Or one should stick to one medicine for BP. Please let me have your suggestion in this regard. Please note that alongwith this BP Medicine I have been taking Glibenclamide5mg+Metformin 500 mg (for diabetic)



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Kaaliya! How are you?

You should take whichever medication your doctor has prescribed, unless they tell you to change it or to stop taking it.

These types of medications take awhile to reach their full levels of effectiveness in your body, so switching too frequently wouldn't actually give them a chance to work.

Which one are you currently taking?

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