Amtas 5

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Alfred Says:
I was prescribed with amtas 5 for BP150/90. Is there any side effects if I take for one month and stop. Then go for natural healing methods to bring down my BP.

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Verwon Says:
This medication contains the active ingredient Amlodipine, which is a calcium channel blocker and yes, you shouldn't stop this ,education abruptly after taking it for a month.

Doing so may cause rebound effects, which could cause severely elevated blood pressure and heart rate, which could be very dangerous.

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missy Says:
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My bp was 160/100 so the dr give me amlodipine and yesterday they ad the amtas5 amlodipine is this good im only on the meds for 3weeks now and what is the side effects

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