Pharmapress Caused His Blood Pressure To Drop

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AbmW Says:
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My husband had a heart attack. Pharmapress was 1 of the tablets they gave him. He stopped using it because his bp drops so low to 92/73 that he almost faints. The doctor told him to take half or a quarter, but the result stayed the same. The BP is far below 120/80.



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Verwon Says:

Is he on any other medications?

That can be a side effect of this medication, according to the NIH, along with nausea, dizziness, headache, and increased urination.

Has he informed his doctor that problem continued? He may need to switch to a different medication. I had one that caused me similar problems.

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Suzette Says:
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May I use Pharmapress 10mg instead of Prexum Plus 5mg for a few days? Kindly advise.

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