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Thursday, January 15, 2009 Randy Wright, Community Member, asks

Q: Can my blood pressure medicines cause me to be cold?

I am taking Felodipine, Doxazosin, Enalpril and Avalide for high blood pressure, would any of these medicines cause me to be colder than usual?


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davo, Community Member
6/17/09 1:22pm

my wife is taking Felodipine ,and feels cold and dizzy aferwards

Lolita, Community Member
1/13/11 3:17pm

I am experiencing the same symptoms of being unusually cold since taking doxazosin.  Is this a side effects of this medication?

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By Randy Wright, Community Member— Last Modified: 01/13/11, First Published: 01/15/09