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At what point is blood pressure so low that regular anti hypertensive med should not be taken?
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Dr. Howard Rubin
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Meds
Dizziness associated with a low blood pressure defines the level that would be too low for the individual patient on anti-hypertensive therapy.

In brief: Meds
Dizziness associated with a low blood pressure defines the level that would be too low for the individual patient on anti-hypertensive therapy.
Dr. Howard Rubin
Dr. Howard Rubin
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Dr. Bart Denys
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Hypertension
If you have high blood pressure "hypertension" you will always need meds to control.
If your blood pressure gets too low - which means it gives you undesirable side effects such as fatigue/drowsiness- your physician will decrease the medicine dose. Our treatment goal is a blood pressure below 120/80. Hypertension is a condition. When controlled, it will not result in complications such as stroke.

In brief: Hypertension
If you have high blood pressure "hypertension" you will always need meds to control.
If your blood pressure gets too low - which means it gives you undesirable side effects such as fatigue/drowsiness- your physician will decrease the medicine dose. Our treatment goal is a blood pressure below 120/80. Hypertension is a condition. When controlled, it will not result in complications such as stroke.
Dr. Bart Denys
Dr. Bart Denys
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