Envas 5mg

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gurvinder Says:

my b.p. is 180/ 110, dr. asked me to take envsa 5mg. pl. suggest.

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Verwon Says:

Those numbers are considered high and you do need to do something to lower them, otherwise you are risk of stroke, heart attack and other severe health dangers.

Envas contains the active ingredient Enalapril, which is an ACE inhibitor that is used to help lower blood pressure and treat certain cardiac conditions.

Side effects may include: nausea, headache, stomach pain and dizziness.

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