Difference Between 20mg Lisinopril And Prexum 4mg

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Edward deGrauw Says:

difference between hexal Lisinopril 20mg and Prexum 4mg

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David Says:

(Aside from the obvious dosage difference of 20mg of Lisinopril and 4mg of Prexum) - While both of these medications are in the same drug class with the same purpose of lowering blood pressure, the primary differences lie within the chemical makeup of each drug, as well as the addition of certain "inactive" ingredients that may or may not be present in each tablet.

Both of these factors play a detrimental role as to how each drug is metabolized and used by your body. Because everyone is different, your body may agree with one medication over the other, due to how you feel or based on whatever side effects present themselves.

I hope this helps!

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Edward deGrauw Says:

Thank you, My Clinic argue that they are the same as far as strength is concerned. I tell them that it is impossible. 4mg as against 20mg, does not need a Rocket scientist to work out.

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David Says:

I think that clinic isn't doing their homework. No two drugs are created equal and should not even be compared as being equal. The sole reason behind this is that even 2 of the "exact same drug" given to two different people can effect them in many different ways.

So for the clinic to say that those two dosages have comparable effects is just a lie, or is only pertaining to one user who is giving their personal experience with it.

Maybe you can present this argument to them for sake of getting the right medication for "you", if you have any problems doing so?

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Edward deGrauw Says:

Thanks for that, I thought maybe I'm the dumb one. Will challange them.

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