... yesterday it was 126 over 113. Is there anything I can do ?
My Lisinopril script has ran out and I can't afford to go to a doctor. I checked my blood preasure?
Question posted by bobbydonaldson on 3 Aug 2012
Last updated on 12 April 2017 by Chyk41
For those who can't afford to see your doctors, you can always go to the ER and they will issue a refill. That is cheaper then your having a heart attack or stroke.
I have the same issue. Can't afford doc visit and they won't refill it without me coming in.
You can have the pharmacist contact your doctor to ok a refill. This is a drug that docs will ok over the phone.
How did you get your BP checked? Machines at the pharmacy aren't very accurate. The systolic number of 126 is ok, but I question the accuracy of the diastolic being 113. Just doesn't sound right to me. Please have it rechecked.
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