i heard that peanut butter can clog your arteries. i thought since it is mostly made of good fats esp since i get the natural peanut butter and mix it naturally it was good for the heart. am i wrong? ...
i was just wondering this? because i enjoy going out every now and then, and i will have about 3 drinks (usually beer) and then when i go to bed i wake up feeling really anxious and my heart beats a ...
My father-in-law is 58yrs old and used to be a heavy smoker. They have put in two stents and wanted to do bypass surgery. But they told him they have done all they could for him and he was not a good ...
I am having some trouble measing BP. I hear it sometimes rather high and it sounds more like a whooshing type sound, or maybe a faint beating. Then I hear a clear distinct beat. Which is the systolic ...
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Real answers only. Additional Details Thank you for your answers Letsgo , John and Judy.As for the other answers, if i thought I...
how much does blood pressure medicine cost?
I'm trying to calculate how much money i would need if i get put on some medicine, im going to start working out more to try to lower my blood pressure. I'm a student though its its rather hard to afford things. Thanks
bp machines cost any where from 70$ and up... the cheapest route to go would be to buy a cuff and a stethoscope. you can do that for under 50$.. also some of the automatic machines do not give accurate readings.. check listings on ebay or some other auction site!
It really depends on what you are put on. Older meds cost less than the newer ones since older meds could have a generic.
Check with WalMart on their $4/Rx listing. try to get your doc to put you on one that is on the list.
just google WalMart Pharmacy for the list.
Depends on what type of bp med is needed but metoprolol and hydralazine both are rather inexpensive.
You can get monthly prescriptions filled at Wal-Mart for any of about 15 generic antihypertensives for $4. You'd just have to see if your doctor will prescribe one of these for you.
in the UK each prescription costs ¬£6.85. If you have more than 4 prescriptions a month it is cheaper to buy a pre-payment certificate for ¬£98.70 which you can pay for over 10 ten months at ¬£9. 87 monthly.