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Can cipralex 10 mg and xanax 0.5 mg affect the blood pressure?

i waked up yesterday at 6:30 am feeling my self not go , so i steped up from the bed and going to the toilet , suddenly i felt like somebody threw on me cold water on me and all my body had a numbness feeling and like i wanna fall down , when i went to the emergency my bp was 99/58 .. ( by the way that day i took 2 tables cipralex 10 mg and 1 tablet xanax 0.5 mg ) is there affects my blood pressure ????? thank u in advance for ur usefull answer.
Tue, 13 Oct 2020
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Hi,

100/60 reading of blood pressure won't cause you any symptoms. There is nothing to worry if that episode happened only use. If it recurs you need to get detailed assessment for your signs and symptoms and relevant investigations.

Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Rana Ahsan Javed, General & Family Physician
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Can cipralex 10 mg and xanax 0.5 mg affect the blood pressure?

Hi, 100/60 reading of blood pressure won t cause you any symptoms. There is nothing to worry if that episode happened only use. If it recurs you need to get detailed assessment for your signs and symptoms and relevant investigations. Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Rana Ahsan Javed, General & Family Physician