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#61
There is nothing against splitting the dosage, per se, unless your doc says otherwise.
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#62
good to know thanks
I just was curious if you split the dose it would not have the same effect
Perhaps I will try this then
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#63
Not after the first few days - once the dosage has built up in the blood stream, the question is always about the half life of the dose, so give it a day or two on full dosage before going to split dosages, and don't dose near bed time - not later than 8 p.m., or even earlier - you will have sleep problems otherwise.
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#64
ok thanks I will give it a couple days then take them in the morning instead
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#65
No citrus fruits of juices, please - especially grapefruit (I had to think for a whole minute to remember that word - too many languages...)
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#66
Grapefruit --- that's the one Doc. It interferes with cytochrome P450 isoform CYP3A4 which is involved in the metabolism of many medications.

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(12-16-2014, 04:12 PM)DariaVader Wrote: Honestly, I think anything which raises adrenalin levels (pain, stress, fright, activity, meds) will also raise BP

...and consumption of too much salt. Choke down a pizza or a big bag of chips and watch your blood pressure spike a few hours later.
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(12-18-2014, 10:30 AM)GeoffD Wrote:
(12-16-2014, 04:12 PM)DariaVader Wrote: Honestly, I think anything which raises adrenalin levels (pain, stress, fright, activity, meds) will also raise BP

...and consumption of too much salt. Choke down a pizza or a big bag of chips and watch your blood pressure spike a few hours later.

true. anything which creates water retention, including salt, but also sugar and carbs. specifically it is the water retention that is the issue.
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