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Does Lipitor Cause High Blood Pressure?

For people considering Lipitor as a cholesterol reducing medication, the issue of high blood pressure often arises. So does Lipitor cause high blood pressure? No, there is no current medical research data that supports this idea. If anything, Lipitor would have the opposite effect, working toward reducing cholesterol production in the body and thus reducing the onset of high blood pressure.

by Susan White on Sun, 09/05/2010 - 20:22


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