Changing From Urizide To Nefedipine Effects

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Cathrine Says:
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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..,



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Stella Says:
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I am changing from urizide to lorsatan give advice

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Verwon Says:

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?


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