How Much Losartan Can You Take

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Tommie Says:


I take 100 mg of Losartan but BP is still 140/100. I did increase to 150mg myself. Is this ok. It has seemed to decrease my BP to 130/ 75.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Tommie! How are you?

The maximum daily dosage is 100mgs and you really shouldn't change the dosage yourself.

How long were you taking the 100mg dosage? It can take 3 to 6 weeks for this medication to reach its full efficacy level in your body to see how much it will lower your blood pressure. If you were taking it longer than that, then it may be that it's just not the right medication for you.

Have you consulted your doctor?

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Tommie Says:

I just had an appointment w/ a med doc 3rd of Jan. BP was high but wants to watch it till next appointment in May. Thanks for responding back to my question.

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