For A Number Of Years I Have Been Taking The Generic Amlodbelazp 1020 Mg Sandoz My Pharmacy Just Refilled Prescription With Amlodbenaz 102 Tevashould

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Chuck Says:


Sorry, title s/b "amlod/benazp 10-20 Sandoz" - Pharmacy just refilled with "amlod-benaz 10-20 Teva" Different color (medium blue while Sandoz was purple) Should I question my doctor before taking the new refill "Teva"? Thank you



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Verwon Says:

It's the same medication, the new pills you received have just been manufactured by a different company, which is Teva.

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And no, it's very dangerous to skip doses of this medication, because it may cause severe rebound effects, such as elevated heart rate and blood pressure.

Are there any other questions or comments?

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jae Says:

This happened to me three weeks ago. Little by little I began to experience a general sort of itchiness - and a very few hive-like bumps. but the BIGGEST problem is that I am experiencing changes in the vision in my right eye. I monitor my eyes carefully and this was a very sudden loss. I will be seeing an opthamologist tomorrow but am very afraid that I have suffered a reaction to this TEVA generic lotrel. NOTHING else in my diet, style of life or soaps, cosmetics andsoforth has changed. Anyone else out there with these symptoms - v. v. scary!

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