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Can Bystolic be interchanged with amolodipine?

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kaismama 24 Jul 2013

Blood pressure meds aren't interchangeable unless your dr tells you what to use and how much. There are several different kinds of blood pressure medications and one type may work better for you then the other. In this case, bystolic is a beta blocker and amlodipine is a calcium channel blocker. You should always be taking the blood pressure med your dr has prescribed for you.

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