High blood pressure: Four unwanted side effects of taking 'common' hypertensive medication

Treatment for pancreatitis usually involves admission to hospital, where you may be given fluids directly into a vein, pain relief, and oxygen through a tube in your nose.

Most people are well enough to leave the hospital within a week after prompt treatment.

The research by the American Heart Association – which is published in the journal Hypertension – also highlighted another side effect.

By taking ACE inhibitors, you’re 18 percent more likely to develop bleeding in the gastrointestinal tract than if you’re on ARBs.


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