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Low blood pressure with tiredness and weakness, taking Lisinopril. What could be the cause and remedy?

My blood pressure has been running low. I take lisinopril 10mg daily and I got to feeling very tired and weak. I have started taking my blood pressure several times a day and writing it down. I didn t take my BP meds yesterday and today and my blood pressure has been more normal though still a little low. About an hour ago I got really tired and weak feeling and checked my bp and it was 101/54. What can be causing this and what do I need to do? Thanks for your help!
Asked On : Mon, 23 Jul 2012
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Thanks for query,
If you do not have any other symptoms like chest pain, diarrhea ,fainting attacks ,then considered it as due to blood level of medicine.
This happens while taking medication of Blood pressure.As the medicine level in the blood remain constant leads to this type of stage when you add more medicine you gets more effect.
Don't take medicine for a more day or two will control the situation.
Take a pinch of salt you will feel better.
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