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Yes, do post what you learn. 'Twill be fabio, especially as you've put both falf and BP meds in your title, for peeps in the future then to be able to do a search and come up with this post, and then to have your info that you learn after talking to the amazing office staff.
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Hi Susan, Did you call up the office? What did they tell you. I too am taking a very low dosage of lisinopril for the last one month. My pressure has fallen very well, in fact a little more points, and it could border on low pressure. I have not taken alfalfa, because I was told lisinopril is a potassium-salt sparing drug.
Please reply what they advised you. Thanks in advance.
Initially I did feel tired but the Dr. said my body was adjusting to the fall in pressure. After a few days(s week), I felt OK although during the afternoons I would feel like a "space walker" for an hour or so. When I started consuming extra fluids(veggie juice, water) it completly went away. I just put it down to extra retention of potassium salts in the cells.
I'm not a doctor but I take blood pressure meds and alfalfa with no problems.
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