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pink pill n 50 oblong

Its a small oblong pink pill with a score in the middle of it... on one side is N amd the other side of the score is 50 and blank on the other side ## Lopressor beta blocker I found it finally the for ur help in advance

Updated in Lopressor
Losartan 100mg by mfg lupin

I was taking losartan 100mg by Zydus z18, Walgreens changed to losartan 100 mg p23 lu and I got a headache, face red and very lightheaded and my head feels very heavy. Is this normal? Also I was taking blood thinners, drug store change mfg from Indians was taking from sun mfg and my vision was blurry and now I am not taking it per my Dr. Tank you for any information! ## Hi Mary, Sorry to hear about your experience with this different manufacturer of Losartan. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the following symptoms are listed as possible side effects of Losartan: -severe or sudden headache -swelling or puffiness of the face -lightheadedness, dizziness, fainting -redness or other discoloration of the skin Source: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0045059/#DDIC601603.si...

Updated in Losartan
lisinopril-hctz 20/12.5mg

white pill ## What does 20/12.5 mg mean? ## The pill you have is Lisinopril (20 mg) + Hydrochlorothiazide (12.5 mg). To answer your question, the two numbers simply stand for the milligram of each ingredient. These two drugs are respectively a combination of a diuretic and an ACE inhibitor, to control hypertension. You can view a detailed description of the drug, by clicking on the link below... If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back so I can further assist you. ## can this pill be cut in half if too strong ## I would check to see if there is a score line on the pill. If so, pills with score lines are generally made to be cut in half. I believe there is a Lisinopril 10 mg + Hydrochlorothiazide 7.5 mg combination in which case I personally would feel content ...

Updated in Lisinopril
Metoprolol and low heart rate - need response quickly

My husband takes 50mg Metoprolol succinate 1 x daily at bedtime for V-tach (no heart disease) along with 20mg lisinopril and 1 baby aspirin. He recently got an Apple watch and was alerted that his heart rate while he slept had dropped to 37 and 34. We recently moved, we have to wait for an appt to get in with a new doctor and then have to be referred to the cardiologist here for a check up as it has been about a year since he last saw the cardiologist (that is when the meoprolol was increased to 50mg) and was told to come back in a year. Is the low heart rate at night an urgent concern or is it ok to wait until he can get in with the new doctor. Or should he cut the tablet in half? Thank you for your help! ## Hi Rosan, Sorry to hear about your husband's situation. According to wikip...

Updated in Metoprolol
metoprolol heart rate

I have been taking toprol xl for a couple weeks because my heart rate keeps spiking out of nowhere, the doctor upped the dose and it's still happening. Had to get an ambulance today when my blood pressure got up to 150/102 heart rate 146. This happens very fast when it happens and I normally have a very low blood pressure. Around 98/70 range . Why does my heart rate and bp spike like this? I'm not doing anything but resting lately. ## Well, there are various things that could cause it, according to NIH reports, such as being sick, eating, taking in a lot of caffeine, or other medications. Generally, Toprol causes a lowered heart rate and blood pressure. Have you consulted a cardiologist? Are you on any other medications? What time of day is it spiking? ## m on mtoprolol succinat...

Updated in Metoprolol
Pharmapress side effects

Can pharmapress cause kidney problems? I am using pharmapress, had a blood test and there is something wrong with my kidneys. ## Hello Jan, According to the National Institute of Health Pharmapress, a medication used to treat high blood pressure, contains the active ingredient enalapril maleate. Kidney issues is not listed among the known adverse reactions associated with enalapril maleat, in fact Pharmapress has reportedly been used to treat kidney failure. Is there any other types of medication that you are taking that could be causing this problem such as daily usage of an acetaminophen? Hopefully this helps a little. Have a wonderful day. ## Hello everyone. So I've been taking Pharmapress and have noticed it makes me brain dead, but if I stop using it, I feel awesome and if I us...

Updated in Enalapril
what if i take a double dose of losartan

Hi, I have just taken another Losartan 100mg tablet that lowers blood pressure...No no no, down the hatch it has gone...Now I am worried although trying best not worry...The reason why I had accidently took the table was because having picked up the wrong box, it should have been an Atorvastatin 20mg tablet...This is the first time I have accidently done this.... I do feel really stupid for having not read the packet carefully ## Have to take a DMV test, is it ok to double up on my medication, which would be 200 mg of losartan & 10 mg of Norvasc at the same time ## Hi Luke, Sorry to hear about the mishap with double dosing. I realize you posted this about two weeks ago on the 1st of May and am curious to know how you're feeling at this point in time? Did you end up experiencing ...

Updated in Losartan
Chlorthalidone and coughing side effect

After two weeks of taking Chlorthalidone I have a maddening cough, yet my lungs are clear. Anyone else experience this? ## That can be a side effect of most medications used to help control blood pressure, cardiac conditions, or remove excess fluid from the body, according to FDA reports. The problem, however, is that once the cough starts, it doesn't usually go away, so you may need to try a different medication. I experienced it from Lisinopril and had to switch to a different medication. Have you informed your doctor? Are you on any other medications? ## I have been on chlorthalidone for 3 weeks. My cough is driving me nuts. I will stop taking it this weekend and call my cardiologist Monday.

Updated in Chlorthalidone
Chlorthalid side effect?

after starting this drug a frequency of nightly leg cramps started. I took an otc potasium pill but still had cramps. I stopped the pill and the cramps stopped. Has anyone else seen this happen? ## I don't have any personal experience with this medication, but I did find a complete list of side effects associated with Chlorthalidone (that you can view below), whereas cramps are listed as a possible side effect: muscle weakness dizziness cramps thirst stomach pain upset stomach vomiting diarrhea loss of appetite headache hair loss This information and more can be viewed by clicking on the link below: I would definitely consider contacting your doctor though about switching medications if the cramping becomes too bothersome. I hope this helps! ## My husband starting taking Chlorthalid...

Updated in Chlorthalidone
clonidine 0. 2 mg

I have recently been put on this drug for sleeping and well its not working at all. I have been taking one at night before bedtime which is what I was told but is it safe to take 2 since im not getting any rest with the 1? ## Also I failed to mention in last comment they are 0.2 mg ## I would recommend trying 1 1/2 first take it no more than 15 mins before bed it works fast. But if u take it 1hour or 30 mins before bed you can kind of simulate yourself into it not working then it loses its effect. Once the groggy effect wears off before your in bed most likely you will not fall asleep well. ## I would also call your doctor to let he/she know it's not working because if you increase your dose without say so to the doctor they will not be happy and you will run out of meds early. If t...

Updated in Clonidine
Constant coughing

My mom had a change of b/p medication to losartan 100/25 hctz. After 2 weeks of taking it she developed a wet and dry cough with the need of clearing her throat. No sputum would come out. The cough gets worst at night when she is lying down. Can't sleep at night for the past 3 nights due to cough. She also has hoarseness with no throat pain. Has taken expectorant/ dexometropan over the counter medication but did nothing. Do u think it could be b/p medication or another underlying medical peoblem? ## Are you sure that wasn't Lisinopril? I've been taking Losarten prescrbed by my cardiologist for years with no side effects. Then my prephrenologist took me off the losarten and prescribed Lisinopril . I immediately develop a dry cough. Couldn't shake it off. Told my kidney Do...

Updated in Losartan
Can Losartan and Lisinopril be taken together?

My nephrologist took me of of losartan because i take lisinopril with it and he said new studies have showed that it's not beneficial or not safe, he didn't really explain it to me but that appointment was on 7-11-14 ## Hello, Jack! How are you? Yes, they tend to increase the toxicity of each other, which can be risky, in some cases. Thus, it would be best to follow your doctor's advice. Normal side effects to Lisinopril may include nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain and dry cough. Is there anything else I can help with? ## DID HE TAPER OFF LOSARTAN? ## How long does it take losartan to get out of your system, so it would be safe to start back on my lisinopril. I was having a dry cough with lisinopril, so my dr put me on losartan, but it isn't controlling my blood...

Updated in Losartan
Inderal propranolol 10mg- hair loss

please reply if your hair has fallen out and or you have had weight gain. if your hair has not fallen out please also reply. Thank you.......... ## Propranolol is a beta blocker and almost all of the medications in this class are known to cause weight gain and hair loss as side effects in some people that take them. Have you consulted your doctor? You may want to talk to them about trying something different in this class, such as Carvedilol, which is known to cause fewer side effects. ## Yes i've been taking propranolol for about 4 years at 10mg and almost 2 years ago i went all the way up to 160 for migraines. My hair started falling out by the handfulls after the birth of my twins. I thought it was a result of birth and then shortly I went on a 500 calorie diet and blamed my hair...

Updated in Inderal
Bilocor side effects

Have been taking bilocor for 3/4 years, have developed a scalp condition - pityriasis amantacea which my dermatologist can be a rare side effect of bilocor. Very distressing as it causes scales on the scalp that come away with hair so can cause patches of baldness. Can this be from the bilocor? ## I have a pacemaker and use Bilocor 5 on a regular basis. Unfortunately, the Bilocor has rendered me totally impotent. Are there any alternatives without this side-effect? ## I take bilocor daily, but started having a runny nose and coughing from the approximate time of commencing with bilocor. I also take aspavor and ecotrin daily. I am 74 years of age and in good health. Can bilocor cause coughing? ## Could Bilocor affect one's memory? Since starting Bilocor my memory has suffered. Please...

Updated in Bisoprolol
White round pill with TV 8

I found a white round tablet with TV8 on one side and 25 on the other side. Can you identify the type of drug it is please? ## its generic brand of coversyl blood pressure medication...................

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Verapamil Er 240 Mg Capsule Colors

what color are the Veramil ER 24 by Watson Manufacturer? ## color of Verapamil er 240 capsules? ## The 240mg sustained release Verapamil capsules manufactured by Watson Pharmaceuticals should be dark blue and yellow, with the marking 60275/240mg on them. If this doesn't match yours, please post back with the markings from it and I can check for you to discover what it contains. Verapamil is a calcium channel blocker that is commonly used to treat high blood pressure and cardiac conditions. It can cause side effects, such as: nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach pain. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ## i received a new prescription of Verapamil 240 mg it is now a brown oblong bill with G74 on it i am afraid that i received the wrong medicine ## Chris, the same ...

Updated in Verapamil
Olmin H20 Tablet

My dr prescribed me a tablet for controlling my blood pressure. The tablet's name is Olmin 20 H but i forgot when i have to take it now... Is it daily after meals or before meals? Pls help me. Thank you. ## Olmin-H contains the active ingredients Olmesartan and Hydrochlorothiazide and the best time to take it would be with a meal, to help minimize some of the side effects it can cause, such as nausea and dizziness. Additionally, you should make sure to take it in the morning, because the Hydrochlorothiazide can cause increased urination and taking it late in the day could cause you to have to get up several times during the night to use the bathroom. Learn more Olmesartan details here. Learn more Hydrochlorothiazide details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## My Dr had ...

Updated in Olmesartan
m32

small pink round pill with m on top and 32 on bottom otherside scored friend found ## I found some too. I have a full pill bottle with some of those same pills inside. ## This tablet is manufactured by Mylan Pharmaceuticals and distributed by UDL Laboratories, they list it as containing 50mgs of Metoprolol. NDC code: 51079-0801 It is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure, and certain cardiac conditions. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. Inactive ingredients may include: lactose anhydrous silicon dioxide croscarmellose sodium hypromelloses magnesium stearate microcrystalline cellulose polydextrose polyethylene glycol povidone sodium lauryl sulfate titanium dioxide triacetin FD&C Bl...

Updated in Metoprolol
clonidine false positive

I am a counselor at a ministry for addiction and need to know if clonidine will test positive for Benzo's. ## Clonidine is not a benzo. It is a blood pressure medication and off label can also help with anxiety and insomnia. This med is often confused with klonopin because of the similar sound of the 2 words and for the fact that is can be used to treat anxiety. But the chemicals in clonidine are completely different then the chemicals in benzodiazepines , so I couldn't see any reason at all it could test positive for a benzo . I also researched clonidine pretty extensively when my dr suggested it for me. So the answer is no. Don't worry , it's not a benzo . Hopefully you are also not confusing it with klonopin, cuz if it's klonopin your talking about then yes of cou...

Updated in Clonidine
Round white pill with a capital C 127

What is a small round white pill with a capital C on one side and on the other side it has #127? ## Hi Sandra, Found a match! It's Amlodipine Besylate (5 mg), used for treating high blood pressure. NDC: 69097-127 Labeler: Cipla USA Inc. Markings: 127;C Shapes: Round Colors: White Size (mm): 8 Inactive Ingredients: -Cellulose, Microcrystalline -Dibasic Calcium Phosphate Dihydrate -Sodium Starch Glycolate Type a Potato -Colloidal Silicon Dioxide -Magnesium Stearate Hope this helps!

Updated in Amlodipine

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