What If I Take A Double Dose Of Hydrochlorothiazide

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Janet Says:
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I can't remember if I took my Hydrochlorothiazide this morning. If I took my blood pressure pill, can I take another Hydrochlorothiazide pill?

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Verwon Says:

It would be best to check with your doctor to see how they would prefer you to handle such a situation in the future.

What dosage are you taking? The FDA lists the highest dangers of taking a double dose as possibly including dehydration, and hypotension.

Are you on any other medications? Did you experience any adverse effects?

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Rahil Says:
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I took 40 mg telmasartin accidentally 2 tablets with 9 hours apart

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Mtzl1967 Says:
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I took 2 amlodipine 10mg. Half he. ago. Im diabetic. Feel stomach pain and nausea.

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Regina Says:
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I think I may have mistakenly taken a double dose of Amlodipine Besylate 5MG along with TRIAM/HCTZ 37.5-25MG the first dose was taken around 5:50am and the second one around 12:30pm or 12:45pm, should I be concerned? do ne need to the emergency room?

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