Side effects can occur with any medication, including #high_blood_pressure_medications. However, many people do not experience side effects from hypertension medications, and when they do, they are usually minor. Still, it’s critical to stay informed and work closely with your doctor to manage any side effects you may experience. There is no reason to “suffer in silence.” There are now more medication options for managing high blood pressure than ever before (hypertension). This article addresses the possible side effects of each type of high blood pressure medication. To begin, here are four general cautions.
1.Never discontinue medication without first consulting your doctor. In some cases, this can be extremely dangerous, resulting in a significant increase in blood pressure.
2.If you are pregnant or intend to become pregnant, consult your doctor about the best medication to use. Pregnant women and their developing babies can be harmed by ACE inhibitors or angiotensin II receptor blockers (ARBs).
3.Consult your doctor if you use insulin for diabetes. Changes in blood sugar levels can occur in diabetics who are taking diuretics or beta-blockers for high blood pressure.
4.Consult your doctor if you are having problems with erections during sex. Some high blood pressure medications can contribute to this issue. Reducing the dose or switching to a different type of medication may be beneficial.
However, high blood pressure can also cause erectile dysfunction. Consult your doctor if you are having problems with erections during sex. Some high blood pressure medications can contribute to this issue. Reducing the dose or switching to a different type of medication may be beneficial. However, high blood pressure can also cause erectile dysfunction. As an informed patient, learn about the medicines you’re taking and any potential complications. A complete list can be found on your medicine insert. To get you started, here’s a rundown of the most common side effects of blood pressure medications.
The right care, at the right time, at the right place.
Dr. Mohd Hossain (Imran)
RiteCare Medical Office NY-11432