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    tigger2869 posted:
    My b/p has been high for a little while, my doc just switched me to diovan hct last Wednesday. My b/p has been averaging 145-150/90-100 over the past few days and has gone as high as 160/104 my doc said give the new med til Fri and call if still high this comment concerns me a little would it you?
     
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    Amelia_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi tigger2869,

    It is Friday, how are you doing? Did you call your doctor?

    Many of the members of this community are going through similar situations, where they are trying to find what treatment is best for them. It is not easy finding blood pressure medicine with little to no side effects. I hope that you find something soon, if Diovan is not working for you. Please keep us posted on how you are doing. I wish you the best of luck!
    Best Wishes! Amelia


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