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TAB carloc 3.125 mg
I was prescribed carloc 3.125, flevedon mr,korandil 5 mg,brillinta 90 along with ecospirine 150 after a stent is put in one minor artery which was diagonosed while chest pain. please advise on the side effects of these. ...
Updated 4 months ago in Chest Pain (Angina).
Tue, May 06 '14, 5:02 AM   0 
Viagra for Heart
My husband had a Mitral valve replacement and bypass pluss he has heartfailure. He is taking Lasix 40mg,Plenish k,Carloc 12,5mg,Prexum 4mg,Warfarin 5mg,Spiractin 25mg,Lexamil 10mg. As he is impotent the doctor gave him Viagra. He used it once but start feeling funny, his face was red, he got very warm and felt sick but other wise nothing happend. What do you suggest was the dosage to strong, and can he use something with the medication that he is taking aspessialy with the warfarin. ## Viagra contains the active ingredient Sildenafil and it actually works by helping to regulate blood flow, so the side effects he experienced can be normal and have been known to occur in some people that take it. Learn more Viagra details here. And with such a complicated medical history and his being on ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Viagra.
Sun, Sep 23 '12, 12:37 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 236014
LASIX 40 MG TAB
SWELLING IN HANDS. CARPIO SINDROME ## please provide details on following medications, uses and benefits, thanks. LASIX 40 MG TELSAR 20 MG MONOTRATE 10 MG 1/2 TAB 2 TIMES A DAY CARLOC 3.125 TONACT 20 MG CLOPITAB-A 75 MG PLEASE ADVISE RISK AND SIDEEFFECTS IF ANY AND USE. THANKS ...
Updated 5 years ago in Lasix.
Tue, May 05 '09, 6:12 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 158483
prexum plus tablets
I DRINK IT EVERYDAY FOR MY BLOODPREASURE AND NEED IT NOW IN THE UK HELP ME.. ## take prexum plus fas i have very high blood pressure am 70 yrs old. this week my BP dropped down to 70/50 felt dizzy can I reduce the prexum to 1/2 a tab. i also take carlock. my gp confused me . thank you ## i take Prexum Plus every morning for my hypertension - can it have a side effect on m libido ## I'm in the same predicament - starnded by the airport closure till DEcember 27 and have run out. Local doctors reluctant to help. Any luck? ## For all viewers of this post… Prexum Plus contains the active ingredients Indapamide and Perindopril, it is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. You can learn more Indapamide details here and you can find... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Indapamide.
Thu, Feb 28 '13, 2:57 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 186953
CABG - Bypass Heart Surgery
Sir, My father 67 yrs old, Diabetic has undergone Heart Bypass Surgery on Feb 9 2011, It is almost 2.5 month and now he is under medication of Cardio Surgeon and Cardio Consultant. He is taking tablets of Imdur 60, Clopivas AP 150, Atrolip 40, Carloc 6.25, Ativan 2, Cardoc H 2.5, Meclizide M, Zolfresh. He is having chronic problem of shievring and Hot Hit inside his body. The Doctors have keep on changing his medication but no improvement. Please help. ## I am guessing that from this list of medications, there may be a few that are causing it and possibly compounding the problem. However, the first thing I would like to ask is how long has it been, since they changed any medication? Many drugs take 4 to 6 weeks to reach their full effectiveness in the body and this is usually when side ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Imdur.
Fri, Feb 24 '12, 5:29 AM   9  Subscribe to thread 216258
 Coreg Carvedilol
Carvedilol is a nonselective beta blocker/alpha-1 blocker indicated in the treatment of mild to severe congestive heart failure (CHF) and high blood pressure. It is marketed under various trade names including Carvil (Zydus Cadila), Coreg (GSK), Dilatrend , Kredex (Roche), Eucardic (Roche), and Carloc (Cipla) as a generic drug (as of September 5, 2007 in the U.S.),[1] and as a controlled-release formulation, marketed in the US as Coreg CR (GSK). Carvedilol was discovered by Robert R. Ruffolo,...
 Coreg Cr Carvedilol Phosphate
Carvedilol is a nonselective beta blocker/alpha-1 blocker indicated in the treatment of mild to severe congestive heart failure (CHF) and high blood pressure. It is marketed under various trade names including Carvil (Zydus Cadila), Coreg (GSK), Dilatrend , Kredex (Roche), Eucardic (Roche), and Carloc (Cipla) as a generic drug (as of September 5, 2007 in the U.S.),[1] and as a controlled-release formulation, marketed in the US as Coreg CR (GSK). Carvedilol was discovered by Robert R. Ruffolo,...
 Carvedilol
Carvedilol is a nonselective beta blocker/alpha-1 blocker indicated in the treatment of mild to severe congestive heart failure (CHF) and high blood pressure. It is marketed under various trade names including Carvil (Zydus Cadila), Coreg (GSK), Dilatrend , Kredex (Roche), Eucardic (Roche), and Carloc (Cipla) as a generic drug (as of September 5, 2007 in the U.S.),[1] and as a controlled-release formulation, marketed in the US as Coreg CR (GSK). Carvedilol was discovered by Robert R. Ruffolo,...
hupertention
under which category does Fortzaa fall eg. ace inhibitor etc. ## Fortzaar contains the active ingredients Losartan and Hydrochlorothiazide, so it is a combination medication used to treat hypertension. The Losartan is an ARB and the Hydrochlorothiazide is a diuretic. Learn more Losartan details here. Learn more Hydrochlorothiazide details here. While taking this, please be careful to make sure you drink adequate fluids, because the diuretic can easily cause dehydration, if you don't. Are there any other questions or comments? ## I have been prescribed various diff meds for treatment of hypertension. I am concerned of the mixtures? Fortzaar , Atenelol, Carloc, Spiracten, Lipitor, Eco-trin another Dr has prescribed Zanidip in place of Spiractin and Carloc. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Losartan.
Wed, Sep 19 '12, 5:55 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 235756


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