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I'm not sure if I took my 30 mg of Lisinopril twice

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Hi, I'm not sure if I took my 30 mg of Lisinopril twice w/breakfast an hour ago
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Customer: Normally my BP is in the hypertensive range but since I had a laminectomy 1 month ago it has been in the normal range
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr. David replied 1 year ago.

This is Dr. David

that is good your blood pressure has been in the normal range.

keep an eye on your blood pressure once an hour today to check for low blood pressure

even if you took two lisinopril this morning, you most likely will be fine.

get a pill box at your local drug store or pharmacy and put your pills you have to take in it.

that way, there is no forgetting and no questions about if you took one or two a day.

if you get low blood pressures below 90/50 or symptoms of dizziness like lightheadedness or dizziness or slow heart rate below 50 beats per minute, then you should go to the ER and see a doctor.

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