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Which blood pressure drug is right for you?

October 17, 2015

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Controlling high blood pressure involves trial and error. It may take more than one medication to do the job, and the dosages may need to be adjusted over time. 
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The medications your doctor prescribes may depend on your underlying health issues.

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