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Can i break edarbi in half?

I have only been taking edarbi by cutting it in half, been taking it for a month...last reading 126/78 ## How much has your doctor instructed you to take? Is this reading from the doctor, or from a home monitor? The 126 isn't bad, but still slightly elevated. ## I am on several meds,need to know what effects will I have ## Can i break my 40mg Edarbi in half and Uf I have to go off of it, is it safe to stop suddenly? ## can I cut my edarbi 40 mg in half and if i have to stop medication , can I just stop it or wean off? ## B p 128/78 is almost perfect! Not considered elevated !!!!!!!! Nothing to worry about with be in that range! Stop the hysteria! ## If you want to know if you can cut it in half and just stop taking it, don't take those questions to the internet with unqualified ...

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Edarbi

What time should I take edarbi ## What has your doctor advised? Edarbi is most commonly used to help treat high blood pressure and, in most cases, it's usually taken in the morning, to help control your blood pressure during the times of day you will be most active and experience the most fluctuations. However, it can cause drowsiness as a side effect, so some people prefer to take it at night. ## Hi yaw, The dosing and administration guidelines for Edarbi state the following: "Azilsartan comes as a tablet to take by mouth. It is usually taken once a day with or without food. To help you remember to take azilsartan, take it around the same time every day. Follow the directions on your prescription label carefully, and ask your doctor or pharmacist to explain any part you do not ...

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Body clock change symptoms

I was having elevated blood pressure ranging in high139/90 to 148/95 so doctor prescribed me 40mg Edarbi I'm 31 BM. I have a family history of HBP. My question is I work offshore 14 days on and 14 off and my bodies clock gets changed because of shift working nights for a week. I take my meds in the morning round 7 but started feeling def when working nights because I was sleep during the day. Symptoms being exhaustion,palpitation, and shortness of breath. Edarbi does manage to keep my blood pressure normal, but when my body clock is changed I have those side affects. I have start skipping taking it in the morning when I'm working nights and seem to be working any suggestions? I want to start cutting my medication in half also. ## Experiencing side effects is normal, as reported ...

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Side effects from edarbi

Has anyone had burning of hands and feet and callouses on hands and feet from edarbi? ## Edarbi (Azilsartan Medoxomil) doesn't appear to list any such symptoms as a possible adverse effect. However it does sound to me like you may be experiencing an allergic reaction to the drug. I could be wrong in assuming this, but there are no side effects stating otherwise. A very serious allergic reaction to this drug is rare. However, the patient prescribing information recommends getting medical help right away if you notice any symptoms of a serious allergic reaction, including: rash, itching/swelling (especially of the face/tongue/throat), severe dizziness, trouble breathing. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Edarbi Details Were you ever able to confirm that the symptoms y...

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edardi

best time of day or night to take morning or night ## What has your doctor advised? Edarbi contains the active ingredient Azilsartan, which is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure. And, unless they have instructed you otherwise, it should normally be taken in the morning, so it can help control your blood pressure during the times of day that you are most active, since those are the times it is more apt to fluctuate and elevate. At night, when you are resting, your heart rate and blood pressure are normally lower and the medications aren't as important.

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