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Old aged, on several medications. Common to have two BP medicines at once?

my 83 year old father has been on many Rx for years...6 months ago ...he developed SEVERE itching, rash ...all over. after many false starts the doctors are now thinking to eliminate some meds. they are starting with his cholesterol Rx (Ezetimbide?) i am betting it is probably blood pressure Rx...since he is on TWO...(lisonopril...and metropropanol ..sp?) the question: is it COMMON to have two BP meds at once?
Asked On : Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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Depending upon the age and other associated factors,2 BP medicines can be prescribed.
My mother takes 2 BP medicines since 15 years.
So,nothing to worry.
Wish your father good health
Answered: Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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