I have recently come off blood pressure meds because of weight loss.(about 2 -3 weeks ago) I know my body is adjusting, but I get palpitations and/or that "flluttery feeling" quite often. Also, I can hear my heart beat in my ears. Is that the same thing as "ringing in the ears". It is very annoying. Comments, please.View Thread
I was recently taken off hbp meds (Lisinopril and Hydrochlorothiazide) due to weight loss (about 20 pounds). I had been on meds for many years. How long does it take the body to adjust to being off meds. It's been about 2 weeks and I still see bp spikes which usually correct themselves but still feel sluggish and tired and I get that fluttery feeling quite often along with hearing my hearbeat in my ears, which is very annoying. How long does it take the body to adjust to being taken off certain meds? Anyone have any information?View Thread
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