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Changing from Metoprolol to Losartan

My EP Dr told me to cold Turkey my Metoprolol 50mg bid and start Losartan once daily... is this ok? ## It is always best to follow your doctor's instructions. The FDA lists the typical side effects of Losartan as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and increased urination. Have you made the switch, yet? If so, how are you doing? ## I was given 30 mg of nefedipine and was weaned down from 50 mg to 25mg of metoprolol Cardiologist said she had to wean me down.

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Changing from urizide to nefedipine effects

Have been using urizide 50mg and propranolol 40mg once daily for the last 21yrs. Now doc has taken me off urizide coz of gout problems and substituted it with nefedipine brown tablets. Bp level are not stable.., ## I am changing from urizide to lorsatan give advice ## What are your current BP levels? The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. Have you started taking the medication? ## I’m on 50 mg of nefetdpine for high blood pressure, I mean it is known to cause heart attacks at the rate of 60% especially in elderly adults should I switch my medication

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Metoprolol withdrawal

i've been taking metoprolol for several years as partial treatment for high blood pressure. through diet and exercise, i've lowered my BP to the point my doctor says drop the metoprolol. i did, 3 days ago, and i'm soooo tired, dizzy, irritable, and my vision is blurred. is this withdrawal? how long will it last? i remember starting this medication was terrible to get used to. it appears that stopping it is just as bad. ## I am experiencing the same thing and I am tapering off of the metoprolol. I have only been on for a couple of months and now the withdrawal is just as bad. I am down to 12.5 mg two times a day. It is tough. ## it went away after a week or so. i feel great now, and my BP and heart rate have risen slightly, but thats the reason we stopped it. i've lost en...

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Clonidine and shortness of breath

I have been taking clonidine for two weeks and have shortness of breath. I run up the stairs and can barely breathe. Is this normal? ## Hi Captain. According to Medline Plus, difficulty breathing is listed as one of the more serious side effects of Clonidine. It is recommended that you let your doctor know so that they can determine how severe the side effects are in your case, and whether changing drugs might be a good idea. " Some side effects can be serious. If you experience any of the following symptoms, call your doctor immediately or get emergency medical treatment: - rash - hives - swelling of the face, throat, tongue, lips, eyes, hands, feet, ankles, or lower legs - difficulty swallowing or breathing - hoarseness " ## Yes, that's one of the side effects, also orthos...

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Can metxl 25 mg be given only to treat hypertension?

I am 70 year old woman. I have mild hypertension since 1996. All along i am taking Amlodipine 5 mg and my bp readings all these 20 years hovers round 120/80 and 130/80.Two years back when i had swelling in the feet my phyisician prescribed Azelsartan 40 mg in the morning and Metxl 25 mg at night. With Metx,l diastolic is much reduced from 80 to 75 or so.But systolic did not reduced considerably. It is still around 150/80 and some times 160/80. Now i would like to take Metxl 25 mg in the morning also and discontinue Azelsartan 40 mg. My physician says in elderly patients controlling systolic pressure to 130 needs multiple drugs which can cause some side effects. Indian studies say systolic pressure 150 is ok if it is between 140 and 150, especially in those who are above 70. In some pati...

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Has anybody taken Azilsartan?

As long as my wife has taken Amlodipine, her bp readings always around 120/80 or 130/80. But when she developed ankle edema, my physician stopped that drug and prescribed Cilacar (Clinidipine). After 15 days we checked her bp and found that her bp is around 160.80 or 165/84 or so. For one month she continued Cilacar. Then my doc stopped Cilacar and prescribed Azelsartan 40 mg. Even with that, her bp readings have not come down. So after one month my doc prescribed Metxl 40 mg to be taken in the night. With that drug her diastolic controlled and is showing 75 or 80, but her systolic did not come down. What to do? ## It is possible that she may need to take more than one medication to bring it under control, she may need to combine the MetXL with something else. The FDA lists the typical ...

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Metoprolol c74 pink vs 477 white

I’ve been taking c74 pink pill metroporol tartrate 50mg for ten years and no problems! They changed the pill to white 477 on the back pill , I seem to be shaking and not having the same results! I want my pink pill back ## They both contain 50mgs of Metoprolol, they are just manufactured by different companies. The tablet with the C 74 imprint is manufactured by Aurobindo Pharma. NDC: 65862-0063 Inactive ingredients may include: Cellulose, Microcrystalline Starch, Corn Sodium Starch Glycolate Type a Potato Silicon Dioxide Sodium Lauryl Sulfate Talc Magnesium Stearate Hypromellose 2910 (6 Mpa.s) Titanium Dioxide Polyethylene Glycol 400 Polysorbate 80 D&c Red No. 30 And the white tablet with the 477 marking is manufactured by Caraco Pharmaceutical Laboratories. NDC: 57664-0477 I...

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Can Telma 40 and Ecosprin 75 be taken together

Can Telma 40 and Ecosprin 75 be taken together in the afternoon, as in the night I have to take Rosuvas F,and Urimax and Nikoram5 ## They can be taken together, as long as your doctor has instructed you to do so. The U.S. FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Can I take telma 40 with Ecosprin 75 together at night?

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High Blood Pressure 150 100

I am 24 years old . Diagnosed with Hypertension during february 12. Have been on multiple drug prescription . Longest being TAH 80H (Telimarstan & amolodipine besilate (5 mg) ) . BP was 148/90 average that time sometimes went down to 135/70 . From last 1 month taking ESLO-D (S-Amolodipine 2.5 mg) BP is averaging 145/100 goint to high of 150/100 & lowest of 140/90. Doctors saying at this age take low power medicines to maintain resistance & BP will take time to get lower. What should i do ? ## Im 20 years old very active liftweights in the morning 5 times a week and do two hours of jujisu practic three times a week ans eat healthy and i have a 150/100 is that werid ## Hi, Ayushman! Do you also watch what you eat? High amounts of salt can increase your blood pressure and the h...

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Ciplactin side effects

I have been taking Ciplactin for weeks now for gaining weight, but now my feet and face are swollen. I don't know whether I should stop it or what? Please help. ## Hello, Selina! How are you? Has there been any change? That is not a common side effect, according to reports from the U.S. FDA. They usually include weight gain, dizziness, drowsiness, and dry mouth. Are you on any other medications? Have you had this checked out by your doctor? Have you ever had high blood pressure? ## I have been using ciplactin for almost 2 months now, but my stomach is very big and people think I am pregnant, but im not. So how can I reduce bloating? ## I am underweight and I would like to try Cipla Actin but I am afraid of the side effects I've heard about. Does this medication have serious side...

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Want To Order The X112 Liquid Drops From Germany

If any one can help me get some i would be very greatful thank you. ## There are actually quite a few people asking about this product here in the forum. From what I could gather, if it is still available, you do have to go to Germany to obtain it (and may even have to get a prescription for it there). And after having read more details, other users are suggesting that it could even be banned by now. Below is a response from another user in the forums who states that it is currently banned: "If this helps, X112 was taken off the market. It was banned from several countries because, as that one person correctly said, it was a form of speed. That's why it was illegal for millitary to take. When I was stationed in Germany in 1999, it was not over the counter. You had to go to a Ger...

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E 102 peach tablet

I have a peach oval tablet, unscored, with E 102 on it. What is it? ## Confirming that this is Lisinopril 20 mg (NDC 0185-0102). Inactive Ingredients: - Calcium Phosphate - Magnesium Stearate - Mannitol - Ferric Oxide Red - Starch, Corn - Ferric Oxide Yellow Ref: DailyMed ## I'm pretty sure that it is Lisinopril ## Angela, you are right, confirmed by the pharmacy today regarding the wrong medication dispensed. Had a tough time finding the answer. thanks

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Lupin Lisinopril inactive ingredients

Does Lisinopril manufactured by Lupin have gluten in it? I have had stomach pain, chest pain, and headaches with this pill (20 mg). ## It doesn't appear to have gluten in it. Lisinopril from Lupin pharma is reported to contain the following inactive ingredients (NDC 68180-981): - Anhydrous Dibasic Calcium Phosphate - Mannitol - Silicon Dioxide - Corn Starch - Magnesium Stearate - Ferric Oxide Red Sorry to hear about your side effects. I would recommend letting your doctor know so that they can see if another manufacturer works better for you. References: - DailyMed ... Ingredients and Appearance ... 20mg - Product Insert (PDF - lupin.com)

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Best Medicine For Blood Pressure And heart beat 150/90 90 heart beat

my blood pressure always 150/90 and heart beat 90. i am taking tazloc h.please advice me best medicine for bp and heart beat.my age 56 year height 5'8'' WEIGHT 85KG I AM PURE VEGETARIAN ## Iam 74. I always maintained 120/80 for the last 20 years.Suddenly today BP is 150/90. I feel little dizzy. Is this a cause of alarm. Dr has prescibed metzoc 25 mg twiice a day ## Gurjeet, how long have you been taking the Tazloc-H? Learn more Telmisartan details here. Learn more Hydrochlorothiazide details here. Both of its active ingredients have been proven to be effective, but it does take some time for them to reach their full effect in your body and that may take as long as 4 to 6 weeks. VV S, was it just elevated for that one reading, or has it happened more than that? ## Try amlodip...

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Anyone experience the bystolic side effects?

I have been on 10mg for 2 years about 6 months ago I would have brief lightheadedness& weakness feeling, especially when standing, visual disturbances diagnosed as painless ocular migraines, sleep difficulty,occasional joint pain, and a feeling of "skipped" heart beats, and slowed then speeded up to normal heart rate...had an EEG Carotid scan , and MRI all normal have scheduled a cardiologist apt but after reading this thread I wonder if these symptoms are from the bystolic?? I will certainly mention it-i never had a fast heart rate to begin with... ## anyone out there??? ## Hello, Jersey! How are you? It would be very odd for them to be caused by the medication after you've been on it for 2 years, but it is possible. Are you on any other medications? How much fluid do y...

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prexum plus vs Prexum 5/1,25

I was prescribed Prexum Plus by my Doctor and suddenly the Pharmacist tells me that they are changing me to Prexum 5mg Plus? What is the difference between these two medications? Since I have been on the Prexum 5mg, I am feeling stressed and nervy and almost short tempered. Is this co-incidence or could this be the different medication? Please assist! ## Prexum contains the active ingredient Perindopril, which is a ACE inhibitor that is most commonly used to help treat high blood pressure, and certain cardiac conditions. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and hypotension. There is no difference between the two you have listed, one just lists the dosage, and the other one didn't, but they are the same medication and same dosage. ...

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prazopress

prazopress xl 2.5 is used for ? ## indications of the drug prazzopress ## Prozopress XL 2.5 is used for the treatment? ## My Doctor has prescribed to take 1/2 tab of Prazopress when BP shoots around 200/115 and 1/4 when it touches 180/105. My question is: Is it safe to take frequently with the rising of BP or should the use of Prazopress be restrained and taken some other medicine and only in acute cases this medicine be taken. In winter my BP shoots even upto 215/120. Can I take Prazopress-2 whenever BP crosses 200/110 1/4 to 1/2 tab as required. Will it be safe. There is no harm in using this medicine? ## I am a BP patient since 20 yrs, and I have taking carvedilol 6.5mg and prazopress xl2.5mg in the morning and amlodipne 5mg at night my blood pressure is 150/97 need change medicine

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What Does Cab Zyd Mean

what does CAP ZYD MEAN ? This is written after the name of my medicine, which is, Ramipril 2.5MG CAP ZYD Thank you ## Just the formulation of the medication and the manufacturer, the CAP stands for capsule and the ZYD denotes the manufacture Zydus Pharmaceuticals. Is there anything else I can help with? ## The ramapril 2.5 mg does not work as good for me as the 2.5 mg ramipril from rising Sun pharmaceuticals just wanted you to know that thanks

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Does Metoprolol Tartrate give a false positive for methamphetamine?

I just gave false positive lab work for methamphetamines and I haven't used any in 7 months. Is it possible that the Metoprolol is responsible?

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us10

white,oblong,no score marks,elderly aunt was going to take for pain,need to know what it is. ## This is actually a 10 mg Orvaten (Midodrine) which is used to treat low blood pressure in someone who has symptoms such as dizziness when going from a sitting to a standing position. ## This tablet contains 750mgs of Potassium, it is used to treat low potassium levels in the body, which can cause muscle cramping, as well as heart, and blood pressure issues. NDC: 00093-5310 Its most common side effects is stomach irritation, and nausea, so it should not be taken on an empty stomach. Is there anything else I can help with?

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