Comparison Of Tab Concor 2.5 Mg And Eritel Am 40 Mg And Related Side Effects

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Rahul Says:


I am running 42 of age and have been a patient of hypertension. I have been taking tab Concor 2.5 mg on morning daily basis for last 12 years. My BP was absolutely fine and even some time I used to forget to take on ween ends. In last month March, my BP fluctuated max 150/110 in last month March 2014 without any change in my routine except was not well (having fever / cold) at that time. My Doc has advised to change the tab to Eritel AM 40 mg and after a month now my BP is controlled. Please advise which tab is more harmful for my body and it was essential to change from concor 2.5 mg to Eritel AM 40 mg.




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Agam Says:

I own experience is that Eritel is more helpful than Beta Blockers which have horrific side effects. I am on Eritel CH 80. I am 27 thought. Was previously on Lodoz 5 (comparable to Concor 5). I am feeling as good as ever.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Rahul! How are you?

When we take a medication for a long period of time, our bodies can become used to it and that can cause it to stop working as well. So yes, a change of your medication was appropriate and neither one is more or less harmful for your body, they are both about equal in that respect.

The Eritel AM may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and hypotension.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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