Carvedilol /triamt/hctz Should They Be Taken Together

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lulu Says:

my husband is taking both triamt/hctz and carvedilol but do not know if he should be on both or if one was prescribed to replace the other think the last one he got a prescription for was carvedilol---could this have been to replace the triamt/hctz

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Verwon Says:

Has he asked his doctor?

The Carvedilol is in a different class of medications and it is very common for several to be prescribed, if someone's blood pressure or cardiac condition isn't quite under control with their existing medication regimen.

Thus, it is hard for anyone else to know the answer and he does need to check with is doctor to be sure.




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Love Says:
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Am on both medications most often both are prescribed when one is not efficient to bring down your blood pressure. Carvedilol is a beta and alpha blocker and triamterene HCTZ is a diuretic. The work together for better outcome. He can always call his doctor to verify.

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