Took Too Much Blood Pressure Medicine

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Tae Says:
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I accidentally took my husband's blood pressure medicine which is 10 mg and mine is 2.5 mg. What should I do?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Tae! How are you? Did you experience any adverse effects?

It depends on which medication you are taking. He may be taking 10mgs, but if it's a different one that yours, the 2.5 could be equivalent to it.

Typically, however, if you take too much your blood pressure may go lower than usual, according to FDA reports, and you may experience nausea, dizziness, several drowsiness and shallow breathing. If they get too severe, you should seek emergency medical attention.

What are you each prescribed?

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Jan Says:
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I accidentally took two of my husbands 10 mg of lisinopril and had already taken an ambien will I be ok?

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