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Re: Parnate and orthostatic hypotension

Posted by chrismeurer on November 24, 2017, at 9:01:53

In reply to Re: Parnate and orthostatic hypotension, posted by SLS on November 24, 2017, at 8:49:53

> Let the dosage sink in. Your orthostatic challenge might yield a smaller reduction of BP over time. I wouldn't worry too much about heart palpitations. It is not uncommon early in treatment, but is likely to mitigate as you continue to take the drug. You might very well experience a re-emergence of autonomic side effects with each dosage increase. Try to hang-in there. Just follow your BP whenever you increase the dosage to be sure that you don't experience an acute pressor reaction.
> - Scott

Ok, thank you Scott




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