Does ultram reduce or increase blood pressure when on lisinopril
Ultram increases blood pressure to an extent of seizure and stroke precautionary measures be readily available alone. Lisinopril lowers blood pressure. The exact averaging of the opposite effect potential of each is beyond what one could accurately measure (that I can think of a way to do), but it'll cause 1, in my view 2 of 2 possible things: A change within the central ranged of your average BP, and of my understanding increased stress on the veins and arteries through the fluctuation in pressure which occurs each time the Ultram is taken. The change, and when it is high, combined, will cause more damage than the two separate and considered mathematically in negative effect.
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