I’ve been taking Lisinopril 10mg for high BP for several months but I took my bp and now it was 82/58, so I took it again and it was 96/60. Should I stop taking it altogether or just skip a dose if it’s low and start to monitor it daily?
If my BP is really low should I stop taking my high BP meds?
Question posted by 70Sugarkisses on 23 Sep 2018
Last updated on 30 November 2018 by frankzvovu
I'd say ask your doctor to adjust your prescription. Suddenly stopping can cause spikes as I understand it...
Your blood pressure is probably lower because you are taking the medication. DON'T mess with your blood pressure, please contact your doctor for advice, not a forum. I am sure you are doing fine.
I recommend you speak with your doctor about your BP. Low BP can cause Dizziness or lightheadedness. Fainting (syncope) Blurred vision. Hope this helps.
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