Losartan At Night Or Am

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Susan Says:
I am taking 50mg because I am diabetic. Dr told me that it is recommended for diabetics. I have always had low be, 113/63 is normal for me. But I often have dizziness and have even had therapy to adjust the crystals in the ear which helped. One dr wanted me to stop them another says no. What is a pt supposed to do?

Still should they be a pm thing to offset the dizzied?

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Verwon Says:
Hello, Susan! How are you doing? Has there been any change?

Yes, it you aren't taking it for high blood pressure, or a heart condition, it should be fine to take them whenever it is most convenient for you.

The FDA lists the other side effects as possibly including nausea, and increased urination.

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