Rectal bleeding is found among people with High blood pressure, especially for people who are male, 60+ old, take medication Aspirin and have High blood pressure. We study 32 people who have Rectal bleeding and High blood pressure from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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High blood pressure can be treated by Lisinopril, Atenolol, Amlodipine besylate, Hydrochlorothiazide, Metoprolol tartrate (latest reports from 345,989 High blood pressure patients)
Rectal bleeding (bleeding from rectum) (latest reports from 3,093 Rectal bleeding patients).
On Aug, 20, 2016
32 people who have High Blood Pressure and Rectal Bleeding are studied.
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Hi, my name is Don and I have had Non Small Cell Lung Cancer since 2008. I had a triple bypass in 2000 and a heart cath in 2006 and all three vessels are still open. I have been taking Metoporol 50mg one daily since the bypass and my blood pressure usually runs 125/60 but since my last change in concentration, a 2&1/2 time increase, my blood pressure is all over, from lows of 115/59 to highs of 157/83. When this started my cardiologist wanted me to take Amlodipine 5mg when BP was 140/70 or higher. This used to control any BP increases, now it does nothing. My other Chemo drugs a Avastin and Alimta.
I am a 69 year old female who star6ted taking Xarelto 20 mg back in January of this year for A-Fib. About 3 days after starting the Xarelto I noticed blood upon the toilet tissue after wiping from a bowel movement. I continue to notice the blood - not necessarily on a daily basis. Some days more than others. My Cardiologist says Xarelto would not cause this. My pharmacy says it could. I also notice pains from time to time. Have any of you other Xarelto users having this problem?
I am 44 y/o male and have been taking lisinopril 15 mg for 3 years now and approximately 4 weeks ago stopped in attempt to control it with diet and exercise. Since I have stopped taking it I am lightheaded but yet my blood pressure is normal. This feeling of lightheaded happens randomly during ...
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I am a 69 year old female who star6ted taking Xarelto 20 mg back in January of this year for A-Fib. About 3 days after starting the Xarelto I noticed blood upon the toilet tissue after wiping from a bowel movement. I continue to notice the blood - not necessarily on a daily basis. Some days ...
Hi, my name is Don and I have had Non Small Cell Lung Cancer since 2008. I had a triple bypass in 2000 and a heart cath in 2006 and all three vessels are still open. I have been taking Metoporol 50mg one daily since the bypass and my blood pressure usually runs 125/60 but since my last change ...
I have been taking the medication for nearly two years and I thought I was one of a small minority of people who experience these unfortunate side effects. However, by doing some research on line, I have discovered that my side effects are much more common than I had realised. I bought a blood ...
I have been taking generic Zyrtec for about a year now. I have not only experienced rectal bleeding but a great deal of mucus as well. I went to the doctor and he performed a colonoscopy on me to rule out colon cancer. He did find one polyp which he removed and one inflamed spot but the ...
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