Having a blocked artery in the neck, having high blood pressure. they changed regular high blood med to accupril, will this cause you to be dizzy during the day?
29 Oct 2009
Yes it can. This is what I found on the net:
Accupril Side Effects: For people with high blood pressure, common side effects of Accupril can include dizziness, headache, and fatigue. Some common side effects for people with congestive heart failure include chest pain, extremely low blood pressure, and a cough. There are also a number of side effects that you should report to your doctor immediately, such as difficulty breathing or swallowing, unexplained swelling of the head or neck, and decreases in the amount of urine produced.
I would be very careful and call and let your doctor know as this also could be a sign that your artery is blocking the blood going to your brain.
- Accupril Information for Consumers
- Accupril Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Accupril (detailed)
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