When can I stop taking amlodipine?

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12 Jan 2010

You can stop taking amlodipine any time you like. But please let your doctor know before you do so because he/she will need to monitor you and perhaps put you on another high blood pressure medicine.

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20 Apr 2010

Unfortunately one cannot stop taking anti hypertensive drugs, they can be however be changed, please consult your doctor.

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