Have Been Very Drowsy

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Gina42 Says:


Since I began taking 2 x 150 mg pills of Avapro a day I have been sleeping more. Anyone else with this?



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MBZ Peter Says:

Occasionally I suddenly get INTENSELY sleepy (not physically tired). Am also taking Lopressor and Zocor.

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Barbara Says:

What medical condition does Avapro treat? My husband's doctor prescribed this without explaining what it does.

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simon Says:

Physicians should tell their patients what they are perscribing their drugs for. I get it for high blood pressure.

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Walter Says:

Yes, I told my doctor after this, my first month on Avapro that I felt tired or maybe SLeepy alot is a better description, we'll see if this is only for a limited adjustment period.

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