Benazepril Hcl 10 Mg

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Small round dark yellow with mark RX above 737. Bottle say it is Benazepril HCL 10 mg Tab.



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Rosena Says:

Is Benazepril ever used for any other illness other than high blood pressure? Please answer. Thank you, Rosena

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Verwon Says:

Well, I was trying to answer you earlier, before my computer crashed, let's see if I have better luck this time. LOL!

Yes, it is also used to treat Congestive Heart failure and Chronic Renal Failure.

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Was it prescribed for some other reason?

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