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Can I take amlodipine 10mg, atenolol 100mg and lisinopril/hctz 20-25 at the same time?

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masso 16 Nov 2013

Click on the link to access all the interactions of your medications:

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kaismama 16 Nov 2013

The interaction is that they will work together to lower your blood pressure, and that's what we want I'm sure. You can take them together. I'd take the atenolol at night it may make you sleepy. The lisinopril/hctz has to be taken in the am because it has a water pill in it.

curtisjane 17 Nov 2013

Thanks

Buggs333 26 Aug 2018

Sorry to intervene, but lisinopril does not have a diuretic in it. I was put on it to protect my kidneys from metformin with diabetes. I can not take "water pills". I would say this question is up to her doctor and/or doctors. Best of luck

Nonomyra 25 Aug 2018

I'm taking amlodipine 20 mg lisinopril 40mg atenolol 100mg together is that ok

Buggs333 26 Aug 2018

Make sure that all your doctors know what you are talking. Then you will have your answer.

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