Are Fillers Safe for Patient on Blood Pressure Medication?
- Asked by susieqq in warsaw indiana
- 4 years ago
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Blood Pressure Meds should be continued before Fillers
Blood pressure medications should not be stopped before your filler injections. If you stop them, the increase in blood pressure can increase the bruising. if you take any aspirin even the small one 81mg, you must stop it for at least 2 days, ideally for 2 weeks.
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Fillers and high blood pressure
As long as your blood pressure is under control and you are medically stable it should be no problem to have filler injections.
HBP and fillers
There should not be a problem with using fillers in people who have high blood pressure. If you are on blood thinners, such as aspirin, then there may be more bruising and other side effects so your doctor should speak to you about that.
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Fillers while on blood pressure medication.
I would not discontinue your blood pressure medication in preparation for your filler injections. If you take any blood thinners such as aspirin or Coumadin, however, I would bring this to the attention of your physician prior to consideration of filler injections, as they can increase bruising and bleeding from the procedure.
Fillers are okay to use when taking blood pressure medicine
Taking medicines that thin your blood, like aspirin or advil, makes you much more likely to bruise, and most people stop them 10 -14 days before getting injections if their doctor feels it is safe to stop them. The really powerful blood thinners, like Coumadin, make injections from fillers unsafe, because bleeding can be difficult to control.
Not a Problem
Blood pressure medications are not contraindicated in facial filler use. If your blood pressure should be high around the time of your filler injection, you can get extra bruising though so be sure to take your medicine.
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