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Dear Sir, I need advantages for telmikind beta 25 and side effects of the same tablet. Kindly respond. ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Thu, Nov 07 '13, 5:17 AM
telmikind beta 50 mg, ecosprin av 150+20mg
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sir my dad is 65 year old and taking these drugs since 3 months but he is feeling dissiness, headache, sweating and very uneasy after taking the drugs, he told his cardiologist and he prescribed him omez, what should we do? ...
Updated 2 months ago.
Tue, Oct 07 '14, 9:58 PM
Telmikind 40 + Aten 25
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My wife aged 41 yeas prescribed to Telimkind 40 & Aten 25 each one per day for Hypertension. Seeking your suggestions. ## Telmikind contains the active ingredient Telmisartan and Aten contains the active ingredient Atenolol. Telmisartant is an angiotensin receptor agonist and the Atenolol is a beta blocker, they are both commonly used to treat high blood pressure and other cardiovascular disease. The side effect profile is similar for both: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness, headache and stomach pain. It is really difficult to give any suggestions from the limited information in your post. It depends on how these medications are affecting her and whether or not they are helping to control her blood pressure. It is normal, if someone has moderate to severe hypertension, to take several m... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Telmisartan.
Wed, Aug 08 '12, 11:43 AM
Telmikind Am has side effects!
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i am 29yrs and hypertensive for past 8 yrs. was on stamlo beta so far. recently physician subscribed telmikind am. after that i am feeling a lot dizzy. also migrane like pain. i met the doc and he is said bp is normal so go and check with ENT specialist. is this dizziness because of the change in medicine? from what i read it appears so. or is the doc missing something. will body get adjusted to this drug over time. is this better drug as me and my husband are thinking of having baby. ## Yes, the headaches and dizziness can be normal side effects of the Telmisartan and Amlodipine that's in Telmikind-AM. Learn more Telmisartan details here. Learn more Amlodipine details here. And no, the Telmisartan is not something that should be taken by a pregnant woman, because it has been known ... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Telmisartan.
Sat, Jul 12 '14, 1:47 PM
Telmikind H Side Effects Does It Dehydrate Or Makes A Person Thin
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DOES TAKING TELMIKIN-H DEHYDRATE A PERSON AND MAKES THE PERSON THIN CONTRACTS THE MUSCLES REDUCES THE WEIGHT ## Does telmikind h reduces sexual desire and effects eriction in man. Is it beeta bloker. ## Telmikind-H contains the active ingredients Telmisartan and Hydrochlorothiazide. It will only dehydrate someone if they aren't careful about taking in the proper amount of liquids in a day and no, it does not usually cause weight loss. Most of these medications actually cause the opposite. Learn more Telmisartan details here. Learn more Hydrochlorothiazide details here. The Telmisartan is an ARB and the Hydrochlorothiazide is a diuretic, so neither is a beta blocker, but yes, they can cause erectile dysfunction, as side effects, which is also very common among blood pressure and card... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Telmisartan.
Fri, Mar 22 '13, 8:08 AM


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