Blood Pressure

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Blood Pressure Overview

Blood pressure (BP) is the pressure of circulating blood on the walls of blood vessels. When used without further specification, "blood pressure" usually refers to the pressure in large arteries of the systemic circulation. Blood pressure is usually expressed in terms of the systolic pressure (maximum during one heart beat) over diastolic pressure (minimum in between two heart beats) and is measured in millimeters of mercury (mmHg), above the surrounding atmospheric pressure (considered to be...

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how to stop taking losartan
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I had taken losartan50/hctz 12.5 for 10 years, In recently years I suffered dry coughing and bad running nose allergy. I found out this is the side effect of losartan. Cutting the dose to half, changing to a water pill.. did not solve the problem. Over this holiday I developed bronchitis and was quite ill. I had very bad coughing, losing voice, sinus infection, nose bleeding, etc. I stopped taking Losartan to avoid further complications. I notified my doctor that I will check my blood pressure if the record is not over 140-90. I will keep the Losartan off. What else can I do? ## Hello, Muchin! How are you doing? Have your symptoms improved, yet? The FDA lists other typical side effects of this medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache and increased urination. However,...
Updated 10 hours ago in Losartan.
 
Sodium level coming down
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My mother is 79yrs old. She has had an Electrolyte problem for the last 2 yrs. Sodium levels are coming down. This is the 3rd year. Even in May of 2010, she began having the same problem. From May 2010 to till Dec 2010 she used Covance 50mg for BP and Wysolone 5mg. She did not have any problem. Soduim levels are 138.4 out of 145 and hemoglobin is 10.4, this result is from mid December. In mid Dec 2010, she got a cold and cough, so we went to the doctor and she normally checked the BP and she found a little bit of high BP, i think 152 (I don't remember exactly) and the Doctor prescribed Losar - H (LOSARTAN POTASSIUM AND HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE) twice a daily instead of Covance 50 mg. We went to my native place and i did the electrolytes test on Jan'6th, i found the difference to be 3...
Updated 17 hours ago in Losartan.
 
diane 35 pill
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Hi, im new here. My Ob advise me to use diane 35.. sabi nya start daw ako sa first day ng mens ko.. im still waiting for my mens to come..ung diane pills nakasulat ung days db etc sunday, monday, tuesday... unlike other pills is number nkalagay my question is paano if dumating ung mens ko ng thursday, so ung thursday ba na pill ung iinumin ko? O ung una pa ring pill sa left which is sunday... help po please ## Hi nag star kana nag Dianne so paano moh ginamit? kng anong day ka nag umpisa nag mentration yun din bang day ka nag star? ## you will not get a mens till you finished the whole pack of diane pills. once you finished it you have to wait till 7 days till ur mens come on the specific month. then you will take another or new pack once ur mens started again. hope this reply will help ...
Updated 17 hours ago.
 
M G4
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small white round pill, M on one side, G4 on other side ## i am just trying to find out what thjis pill is? ## want to know what the pill is ## What kinda pill is a small white round one that has G4 on one side and M on the other side ## This tablet is manufactured by Mylan Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 1mg of Guanfacine, which is commonly used to treat high blood pressure, and ADHD. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and sedation. Is there anything else I can help with?
Updated 19 hours ago in Guanfacine.
 
Prexum (perindopril)
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I want to know about Prexum (perindopril) ## My father was given Prexum as blood pressure medication by his doctor. He was told to take 2 tablets a day, but after about 5 days he ended up in the hospital gravely ill. His body was quivering, eyelids, mouth and hands were unsteady. His lips, tongue and throat were swollen. He couldn't talk or walk. Could he have had an idiopathic anaphylaxis shock? He was released from the hospital and is at home at the moment. He seems very weak but he can eat soup and yogurt, drink water and tea. He can walk and go to the toilet by himself but my stepmother is always with him to make sure he doesn't fall and get hurt. ## This medication is used to help treat high blood pressure, and certain cardiac conditions. The NIH lists the typical side effe...
Updated 20 hours ago in Perindopril.
 
Amloc and Pearinda Plus 4
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I cannot remember whether Amloc 5mg was originally prescribed for me and was changed to Pearinda. Are both medications prescribed for hypertension to be taken simultaneously or should it be the one or the other?
Updated 1 day ago.
 
lisinopril 10 mg
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A.C.E. ## My Lisonpril from a local pharmacy was a triangle shaped one and I seemed to do well on it for 14 months. I then order them through Aetna RX and they sent a white, round pill and have been experiencing problems with bp & Heart rate too high. Could the difference in the pill be the problem? ## My Pharmacy switched me too, from a triangular pill to a round pink one. I'm having problems with sore legs, stomach cramps, tight jaw, higher blood pressure, sore forearms. I'm going back today to see if I can get it changed back. ## I experienced the same symptoms that you did i ...i dont like the way the pink lisinopril work i would perfer the white ones..im over this blood pressure ## We are all different, so any given generic may work different for each of us. How are you...
Updated 1 day ago in Lisinopril.
 
What is the difference between Prexum and Prexum Plus.
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What is the difference between Prexum and Prexum Plus at the moment I am using Prexum Plus can i change to Prexum.Regards Janowell. ## i use prexum and ridaq together the pharmacist gave me prexum plus and said it will be fine i just want to make sure before i drink it that it wont be to strong ## What is the difference between Prexum and Prexum Plus? I am on Prexum Plus and have been told to switch to Prexum in order to loose excess water. Is that correct? ## I was first on Prexum which did not bring down blood pressure. Then switched to Prexum Plus which has a diuretic ingredient and this helped. ## Prexum Plus contains the diuretic Indapamide and Perindopril to help lower blood pressure, treat certain cardiac conditions, and remove excess fluid from the body. The NIH lists the typica...
Updated 1 day ago in Indapamide.
 
White Round Pill C75
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small white pill with a C split line then 75 below the line. found on floor in bedroom of child.. What is it? ## Metoprolol 100 mg.....for extremely high blood pressure ## Metoprolol can be prescribed for any elevation in blood pressure, it doesn't necessarily have to be extremely high. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. Are there any questions?
Updated 1 day ago in Metoprolol.
 
Switching from Bilocor 5 to Tibbs Pressure Ease
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I am 75 years old and for the first time ever my blood pressure has gone up. I have just started taking Bilcor-5 for 2 days. Can I change now to TIBBS Pressure Ease tabs?
Updated 1 day ago.
 

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