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    High blood pressure
    An_265375 posted:
    Started taking edarbi about 4 days ago. Still see no improvement. How long should it take or should I call my dr. My blood pressure has been running 180-190 over 70-80. Thanks
    billh99 responded:
    I have not heard of that, med. In general they can take from a couple of days to a couple of weeks.

    But 180-190 is fairly high. I would call and ask to speak to the nurse.
    Bluerider responded:
    its takes about 30 days to see any improvements, it has to get in to your body systems, Then check your Blood pressure if no changes see your medical practitioners ie: Doctor or nurse or H.C.A ok Best of luck that all goes well for you.

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