Problem description: I have never measured my blood pressure before. Measure it for yourself. The blood pressure is high. High pressure 170. Low pressure 106. The heart rate is a bit fast. Later the doctor prescribed it. Irbesartan. And Betaloc. Irbesartan for the first two days. later. I ate half a grain of Betaloc. Found that the blood sugar was also high. I haven’t measured it before. I would like to know. My blood sugar is high, can I still take these two antihypertensive drugs?
Question date:2020-11-04
Patient information:Age: 36 years old Gender: Female
Question analysis: Hello, irbesartan is an angiotensin Ⅱ receptor antagonist, and betaloc is also called metoprolol tablets. Both antihypertensive drugs will not cause blood sugar to rise. While Betaloc lowers blood pressure, it can also treat sinus tachycardia and control the problem of rapid heart rate.
Guide suggestion: You now need to further check the glycosylated hemoglobin. If the blood sugar is high, you should pay attention to taking medicine, usually eat small and frequent meals, avoid eating foods high in sugar, and exercise properly. Closely monitor changes in blood sugar.
Recommendations are for reference only. If the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed inspection