Amlodipine And Losartan

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Ryan Says:
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I take 25 mg of Amlodipine and 10mg of Losartan. How long can I go without taking any before I am in danger?

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Verwon Says:

There is no way to say, so you should continue taking them as prescribed.

The FDA warns that their typical side effects may possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension.

Why are you missing doses?

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Christian Says:
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I'm taking losartan 50mg and I want to jump to amlodipine. What particular mg of amlodipine should I take to do it?

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Keith Says:
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My Dr has me taking 100 mg of losartan in the evening and 10 mg of amlodipine in the morning. The amlodipine only lowers my blood pressure to the 140/90 range and when I take the losartan in the evening it's down to 120/80 range. My question is, can I take the losartan and amlodipine together in the morning instead of two different times of day?

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Tplrb Says:
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Hi. Can I take 2.5 mg amlodipine in the morning and losartan 100 mg at night? Amlodipine 5mg alone can control my bp for the whole day but has a lot of side effects. My Dr recommended losartan 100 mg but the effect was not that good. Thanks.

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Jon Says:
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I’m out of torporol. Can I take losartan and amlodipine together until my next dr appt.?

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Sasa Says:

Can I take a combination of Losartan 25MG, Amlodipine 5MG and a daily dose of One-A-Day men's health formula?

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Tessie Says:

I was advised by a doctor to take Losartan and Amlodipine (Tozan) daily. Is it safe for my kidneys? Thank you.

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Jose Says:
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I take 5mg amlodipine in the morning and 50mg losartan in the evening but still with hipertention

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Enzo Says:
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Is it ok to take losartan 50mg and metoprolol 25mg together with amlodipine 10mg once per day?

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