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prexum plus 5mg versus prexum 5mg

what is the difference between the two, prexum plus 5mg versus prexum 5mg. My pharmacy insists they the same, then why the difference with the plus? ## can i take prexum plus 5mg if Dr prescribed prexum plus 4mg pharmacist gave me 5mg ## Hello Debbie, From what I can find on these drugs the only difference between the two is that Prexum Plus also contains the active ingredient Indapamide - 1.25Mg. Indapamide is used to reduce high blood pressure and reduce extra salt and fluid in the body. If your doctor is prescribing your Prexum for the use of the active ingredient perindopril arginine then there will be no difference between the two. I hope this information helps. ## Can I take Prexum Plus together with Prexum 4mg?

Tingling tongue and sore mouth

I have been taking Indapamide for 18 months in December 2017 I developed a tingling sensation on the tip of my tongue which got progressively worse, eventually affecting my whole mouth and lips. I went to the doctor twice but they could find nothing wrong. In mid January I read an article on line about burning mouth syndrome which said that a potential cause could be blood pressure medication, so in desperation I stopped taking Indapamide, within a day my symptoms started to improve and there days later have almost disappeared. Has anyone heard of Indapamide causing this problem. ## Yes I also have this sore burning tongue, but mostly on the one side of my tongue. I am soo frustrated I actually made an appointment with my mouth hygenist. I was thinking that it must be something wrong in...

3 weeks on Indapamide, not feeling good

My doctor switched me from Amlodipine to Indapamide 3 weeks ago because of a rash I developed which she believed was caused by the Amlodipine. Since starting on the Indapamide I have suffered regular bouts of nausea, I have pain in my joints, my insomnia (which I admit to suffering from before) is much worse and I feel anxious and depressed. I've got a follow up appointment with the doctor in 2 weeks so am wondering if I should stick it out until then. The problem is it seems that all of these drugs have nasty side effects so, if you keep changing, you just lurch from one set of problems to another. Feeling really fed up. ## All medications carry the risk of causing side effects, according to NIH reports, you may also experience nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and ...

Severe pain in hips

Good day. I have been taking Indapamide for 8 weeks now after my previous bp meds and water pill (Amiloretic) caused me severe heart fluttering and chest pains and a general feeling of "something being wrong with my heart". All of these "heart problems" subsided but now im left with unbearable pain in both my hips. I can hardly walk. This Indapamide is the only medication that has been changed. Could my hips be so painful because of it? It is really UNBEARABLE and no pain pills or muscle relaxants seem to help. I have taken Alkaline powder too, but with no effect. If anyone has any similar findings, please share with me. And just for the sake of interest. So many people are taking Prexium/Prexum/Pearindopril. My husband used to cough sooo bad that he was diagnosed with b...

What is the difference between Prexum and Prexum Plus.

What is the difference between Prexum and Prexum Plus at the moment I am using Prexum Plus can i change to Prexum.Regards Janowell. ## i use prexum and ridaq together the pharmacist gave me prexum plus and said it will be fine i just want to make sure before i drink it that it wont be to strong ## What is the difference between Prexum and Prexum Plus? I am on Prexum Plus and have been told to switch to Prexum in order to loose excess water. Is that correct? ## I was first on Prexum which did not bring down blood pressure. Then switched to Prexum Plus which has a diuretic ingredient and this helped. ## Prexum Plus contains the diuretic Indapamide and Perindopril to help lower blood pressure, treat certain cardiac conditions, and remove excess fluid from the body. The NIH lists the typica...

Feeling of fullness and tightness around stomach area husband has been prescribed rampril and indapamide for high bp for some months now...although when checked bp is in a much better place now...he feels generally unwell 80% of the time due to side effects of meds....he has a headache most days comes on towards latter part of the day and frequently..almost daily complains of feeling of tightness around stomach area ..he says his skin feels extremely tight another symptom is malaise this is a daily thing. I wonder if you have any advice or information that can help . Many thanks Lisa

Indapamide problems

I've been taking ramipril and amlodipine for several years with no problems but last week my Dr prescribed indapamide. I feel sick, headache, lightheaded, dry mouth and generally awful. I've read that its side effects are "minor and transient" but I don't know if I can wait until they go away. Any advice from anyone please? ## Did you doctor mention why they were changing your medications? The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. If your doctor had you make a sudden switch, then you are likely also experiencing some withdrawal effects, along with the new side effects. Are you on any other medications? Are you being treated for high blood pressure? ## Yes I have high BP. I also have...

Severe breathlessness after stopping long term natrilex

Why would I have severe breathlessness after stopping natrilex the doctor has tried a number of times even my cardiologist has taken me off it and the same thing happened after many scans nothing showed the local gp started it again 4-5 days later breathing returned to normal but now it's the probable cause of gout in knee so would like to stop natrilex ## Hello, Winkey! How are you? Did you stop it abruptly, or did you taper off of it? If you stopped it abruptly, the breathing issue may be due to some withdrawal effects. While this medication isn't habit forming, your body does get used to anything you take regularly for a long period of time, according to the NIH, so some withdrawal or rebound effects may occur. Are you on any other medications? And yes, it has been known to c...

Indapamide Discontinuation

I've taken Indapamide for many years, as well as Spironolactone. I've lost about 50 pounds and my doctor gave me permission to stop Indapamide and keep taking Spironolactone. I also check my blood pressure daily. Since I stopped taking Indapamide about 3 days ago, I'm interested in knowing what side effects I can expect from doing this? ## @Rosalie, Depending on how long you've been taking Indapamide, withdrawal symptoms may be non-existent. The following clinical study by NIH also depicts no withdrawal symptoms being associated with Indapamide after 10 years of review: On the contrary, if you google "Indapamide withdrawal symptoms", you will find mention of: dizziness, fatigue, headache, loss of energy or weakness, muscle cramps o...

pearinda and indapamide

Hi, I am taking pearinda 4mg which is a generic for prexum together with indapamide 2.5mg is this safe ## Hello, Versh! How are you? Yes, as long as they have been prescribed for you. These medications are often prescribed together, to help lower someone's blood pressure as fast and safely as possible, or to treat dangerous cardiac conditions. The U.S. FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, hypotension and dehydration. Is there anything else I can help with?

Changed meds

I am 47 years old and have been taking blood pressure medication for five years - i think it is congenital. Was taking indapamide combined with bilocor and had pretty awful 'flutters' which frighted me. Doc changed meds to bilocor and Diolo - body did not like Diolo whatsoever and so changed it after 6 days. Now taking Bilocor and Perin dopril 2. One of the side effects i notice with the Diolo was rapid weight gain around the waist and a bloated face. The face side is now reducing but not gone completely back to normal and the weight around the waist is still huge!! I have only been on Perindopril now for 3 days and am asking, do you think this weight gain will subside in time? Definitely not normal. Am feeling much better on the perindopril compared to the diolo, although am st...


I am on prexum plus 4mg, want to know can it effect your memory, since using it I found problems in this area, I am using it for the last 21/2 months. Please can you let me know. Regards ## Hello, Paulina! How are you? This medication contains the active ingredients Indapamide and Perindopril and yes, it can sometimes cause those types of issues in some people that take it. However, only your doctor can determine if it is the medication causing the problem. You also need to be careful not to stop taking this, without your doctor's approval, as doing so creates the risk of rebound effects that could be very dangerous. Is there anything else I can help with?

Side effects experienced? Tingling, numbness hand

I am experiencing extreme tingling, prickling and numbness in my hands and fingers. Also have similar sinsations on the soles of my feet and weakness in my leg and hip. Are these common with Indapamide (Lozol)? ## I was told that Indapamide can also cause gout attacks. I was prescribed Indapamide Hemihydrate about 2 months ago to treat my hypertension. Although it did control my blood pressure it also caused my gout attacks every two weeks or so. I am also experiancing consterpation. ## This drug is a diuretic, commonly used to treat high blood pressure and edema. ## It is hard to control constipation while on a diuretic as it is constantly working to remove the water from your body. Try to either eat very high fiber foods and avoid processed foods, as this is very difficult in our soci...

prexium plus contais

does it contain tyrosinr/tyramine ## Hi, Ans! How are you? No, Prexum Plus contains the active ingredients Indapamide and Perindopril, it's commonly used to treat high blood pressure. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and dehydration. You can learn more Indapamide details here and there are more Perindopril details here. Is there anything else I can help with?

Prexuim Plus

Hi, There I am suffering from gout, since I changed my blood pressure medication its been worse then ever. My doctor said that prexuim plus could cause this, but the specialist opinion diffres. Could prexuim plus influence gout? ## Hi Johan, Based on my research, the medication "Prexum Plus" contains Indapamide and Perindopril. Studies show that Indapamide can cause Hyperuricemia; which is a high level of uric acid in the blood. Gout usually occurs when the uric acid is deposited as needle-like crystals in the joints and/or soft tissues- and according to the National institute of Arthritis and Muskuloskeletal and Skin diseases, Hyperuricemia is a symptom of gout. Also, I've heard that most blood pressure medications can cause excess uric acid levels which could result in gou...

prexum plus tablets

I DRINK IT EVERYDAY FOR MY BLOODPREASURE AND NEED IT NOW IN THE UK HELP ME.. ## take prexum plus fas i have very high blood pressure am 70 yrs old. this week my BP dropped down to 70/50 felt dizzy can I reduce the prexum to 1/2 a tab. i also take carlock. my gp confused me . thank you ## i take Prexum Plus every morning for my hypertension - can it have a side effect on m libido ## I'm in the same predicament - starnded by the airport closure till DEcember 27 and have run out. Local doctors reluctant to help. Any luck? ## For all viewers of this post… Prexum Plus contains the active ingredients Indapamide and Perindopril, it is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. You can learn more Indapamide details here and you can find...

Will This Little White Round Pill With Number 80 Hurt My Cousin

I scared this pill i found will hurt a loved one, it is small and round. it has the number 80 on it and the letter "M" on the other side. it is white ## A round white pill marked M 80 is identified as Indapamide (2.5 mg); which is used in the treatment of high blood pressure. Learn More: Indapamide Details For verification, the Manufacturer is Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc. and the National Drug Code (NDC) is: 00378-0080 I hope this helps!


I FOUND A WHITE SMALL PILL WITH A "M" ONE ONE SIDE AND 80 ON THE OTHER IN MY COUSINS PURSE ## A white round pill marked "M" on one side and "80" on the other is identified as Indapamide (2.5 mg); which is commonly used to treat high blood pressure. Learn More: Indapamide Details I hope this helps!

Prexum Ingredients

i need the breakdown, and the two drugs used, plus the mg of the two, that makes prexuim plus,as prexuim plus is not avaiable on the nhs in the uk ## I don't have a listing for the dosages, but it contains Indapamide and Perindopril. Have you tried asking your doctor what other options there are for you to use?

Natrilix Sr (serdia)

effects & side effect of Drugs ## This contains the active ingredient Indapamide, which is a diuretic used to treat high blood pressure and decompensated heart failure. Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, increased urinary output and dehydration. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with?


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