... months now but I feel like it's not working for the full day. Help
I am having serious nose bleeds due to high blood pressure. My dr has me on 25 mg losartan . 2?
Question posted by Dordos on 9 Oct 2015
Last updated on 11 October 2015
If you are really concerned you should track you BP daily by starting to taking your BP an hour after you wake up in the morning and close to your bedtime. This will give your doctor more information to base their decision of modifying your prescription. Based on your current BP reading your doctor probably did not make a change to your dosage as you are well within the range they are looking for. Are you sure your nose bleeds are really attributed to high blood pressure? Have you seen a hematologist? If not, why?
You do not feel high blood pressure. What you need to do is take your bp daily. If your bp is so high that your nose bleeds its an emergency situation. But its important to know what your bp is.
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