BP meds and thyroid. All anti-hypertensive medications, used only to treat it have no effect on the thryoid gland. Amieorderone, which is used to treat irregular heart beats can cause hypothryodism. So, if you are not on it, any thryorid hypoactivity is probably not caused by your blood pressure medicines.
Is it possible to ever get off blood pressure medicine? What tests need to be done to know the cause of high blood pressure?
Yes. Depends on cause. There are a few that are curable by surgery! other persons may control or improve, with weight loss, exercize, sodium control, dietary efforts. Read more...