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I would like to know can Pearinda & Ciplavasc 5mg cause any coughing, insomnia ! ## Hello, Bev! How are you? I'm very sorry about the problems that you're having. The cough is most likely caused by the Perindopril in the Pearinda, it is very well known to cause that type of problem. However, it's hard to say which might be causing the insomnia. Have you consulted your doctor? The cough usually doesn't go away, so you'll need to be switched to a different medication. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Perindopril.
Thu, Feb 27 '14, 4:05 PM
pearinda and indapamide
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Hi, I am taking pearinda 4mg which is a generic for prexum together with indapamide 2.5mg is this safe ## Hello, Versh! How are you? Yes, as long as they have been prescribed for you. These medications are often prescribed together, to help lower someone's blood pressure as fast and safely as possible, or to treat dangerous cardiac conditions. The U.S. FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, hypotension and dehydration. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 9 months ago in Indapamide.
Sun, Aug 28 '16, 4:31 PM
pearinda effect on fertility
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What is the effect of periods on male fertility? ## A female's period has no effect on male fertility, as explained by the NIH. It only affects hers, since most women will not be able to get pregnant, while on their period, since it is past their fertile time of ovulation. However, sperm can survive for awhile, so if it is near her time of ovulation and they engage in intercourse, she may still get pregnant. Is there anything else I can help with? ## OMW just saw the autocorrect now the question is for Perinda the blood pressure medication ...
Updated 1 year ago in Blood Pressure.
Wed, Jun 22 '16, 12:39 AM
medication information
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I have these kind of medication in my cabin, just want to know what, its for; pulmison 20mg Nexiam 40mg Pearinda 4mg Amlodipine 5mg Panafcort 5mg Spiractin 25mg Unat 5mg D.P.H Scheriproct Cardiocare disprin C25 MF Cennon-kolgisien 0.5mg Purbac Altosec ## Nexiam is for acid reflux and to take regularly instead of having to use antacids ...
Updated 1 year ago in Amlodipine.
Sun, May 08 '16, 9:43 AM
prexum plus
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I AM TAKING PREXUM PLUS AND BIRH CONTROL PILLS. WILL THE BIRTH CONTROL STILL BE STONG ENOUGH TO WORK OR SHOULD I TAKE MORE PRECAUSIONS. ## Presently taking Prexum Plus 4mg, are there any contra indications or adverse reactions if I take a garlic supplement or tissue salts 4 and 6 with this prescription ## I am on Prexum Plus and wants to use Zyban to quite smoking. Is it safe to use together? ## i am using pearinda plus 4mg and contraceptives and all of a sudden i dont get my period and gaining weight for 3 weeks my doctor says we have to wait and i cant wait ...
Updated 2 years ago in Zyban.
Thu, Oct 02 '14, 2:37 AM
Pulmison 20mg dosage
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I am being treated for bronchitis so can you explain why I have been given Pilmison. I am hanging to take 40mg a day. Thankyou kindly and awaiting your reply. Tilly webster ## Pulmison contains Prednisone, which is a steroid class medication and in such cases it is usually used to help reduce the inflammation of the airways. Learn more Prednisone details here. Are there any other questions or comments? ## I am 62 years of age, four years ago I receaved a stain and two baloons, a year ago I receaved a pacemaker, I totaly lost libido just after I receaved the stain and the baloons,I am using the following medication sins than Epanutin 100mg Blure Rivotril 0,5mg Blure Ecotrin 81mg Verdun Bloed Pearinda 4mg Bloedruk Crestor of Zuvamor 20mg Colestrol Ciplaton Vitamiene aanvulling Can you ple... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Prednisone.
Sat, Sep 14 '13, 8:07 PM

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