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    high blood pressure took medication to early to my next dose
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    An_255592 posted:
    So i accidently took my medication 9 hours early...will this affect me in any way?

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    billh99 responded:
    The internet is not the place to ask questions like this. You never know how long it will be until some one sees your question.

    Also there is way too much information that is not known.

    Your pharmacist is the best person to answer questions like this.
     
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    kjme11374 responded:
    You should NEVER, EVER put your personal email on line for all to see. Additionally, this topic is best left to the professionals. You can ask your pharmacist. Or your doctor.

    But since you asked this two days ago, did you get in touch with someone to ask this question?


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