Our expert says:
You are young and slim and to me it looks as though you do not need any medication to reduce blood pressure. Most of the time your systolic pressure is below 100! Even without Losartan it would still be well within normal limits.
Your blood pressure will not keep dropping if you keep taking Losartan, However please bear in mind that blood pressure is very variable and it seems likely that your real average blood pressure iss not as high as it was thought to be. If any doubt remains, then your doctor could arrange for you to have 24 hours of blood pressure monitoring, with a machine which will record your blood pressure every half hour during the day and every hour at night. This should give a much better idea of your true blood pressure.
I suggest you go back to your doctor and discuss it with him or her, but I very much doubt that you will need long term blood pressure medication in the foreseeable future.
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