Blood Pressure Medications That Contain Sulfa Make My Bp Increase

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Kathy Says:


Every time I take a blood pressure pill my blood pressure rises to over 200/110. I took myself off and my bp was back to 109/75. This lasted over 10 months and destroyed my immune system. Why? My bp is very normal yet I am destroyed.



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Verwon Says:

What have you experienced that has led you to believe they've destroyed your immune system? What blood pressure medication were you taking?

When are you checking it? Is it before, or after activity? Before or after eating?

The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension.

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