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Hi my 32 yr old daughter is on xarelto and

Hi my 32 yr old daughter is on xarelto and has been having high blood pressure she is on a new blood pressure med that started today and water pill to try to get it down. All day she was at 155/105 and 160/100 now she’s laying down and it’s 113/55 is this normal
Sat, 3 Nov 2018
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