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Re: [IP] Preggo & Pumping...



The same thing happened to me but the symptoms go away in about 10 days or so.
You might want to try taking it after supper and see if that makes a
difference. When my bp med got switched to more "kidney friendly" Accupril, I
took it at night and had no problems with symptoms.

Good luck to you

Betsy



----- Original Message -----
From: Atriano Cappella
Sent: Saturday, April 21, 2001 1:15 PM
To: email @ redacted
Subject: [IP] Preggo & Pumping...


We (hubby & I) recently decided that we would ttc. Now that my Endo gave
the green light, I'm just waiting for my appt. with my
PrimaryCarePhysician, who has been switching around my blood pressure
meds to more 'pregnancy friendly' ones. She put me on Aldomet, that has
made me really, really sleepy.  Anybody else have high blood pressure
before pregnancy and take this stuff... does your body get used to it so
your not so tired all the time?  Anyway,  I think it is SO great that
there are so many people here for support and information.  God Bless
all of you who are pregnant or ttc!!

Wendy
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