Phenylephrine Hcl And Chlorpheniramine Maleate

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Ron Says:


Any complications to people with high blood pressure



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Verwon Says:

Yes, if yours is high, you should be very careful. Most antihistamines, such as the Phenylephrine in this can raise your blood pressure and heart rate.

The elevation is usually minor for most people, but if you have hypertension, then for you it could raise it to dangerous levels.

Just as an example, I'm a hypertension patient that had heart failure and when I was in the OR having surgery, the anesthetic caused my heart rate to start dropping dangerously low, but to bring it back up they only had to use a small dose of the Phenylephrine. It kept my life out of danger, but it also made sure I know why my doctor doesn't recommend using it.

Learn more Phenylephrine details here.

Learn more Chlorpheniramine details here.

What have your blood pressure levels been recently?

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