What If I Took A Double Dose Of Benazepril

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Andy Says:


I normally take 20mg benazepril once per day, but I accidentally took two 20 mg doses. Also, I take irbesartan, amlodipine & hydrochlorothiazide.



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Verwon Says:

Taking a double dose just once isn't likely to cause any serious issues, according to the FDA, but you may experience more nausea, dizziness, headache, and hypotension than usual.

However, it is always best to inform your doctor to be safe.

Are these the only medications you take?

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