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White pill rph 121

White oval pill with rph on one side and 121 on the other. This is a Canadian drug - I don't know if things are different in the US. ## Some are different, some aren't, so it can vary. This tablet in particular contains 300mgs of Ratio-Irbesartan, which is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure, and certain cardiac conditions. Ratio-Irbesartan details and description can be found here. Its typical side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. Is there anything else I can help with?

Suddenly stopping Irbesartan with doctor's approval

So today is day three of not taking my blood pressure meds (Irbesartan) with Dr approval. This morning my BP was elevated to 136/96 and I have a headache. Is this normal and ok or should I be worried? ## The 96 is a little high, but nothing severely dangerous. Why did your doctor have you stop taking it and how much were you taking? The FDA warns that other withdrawal effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, and increased heart rate. ## was taking 300 mg and I had lost quite a lot of weight. My Bp has been 110/77 so we thought we’d try taking me off to see how I do. I have a Bp machine so I can watch it

irbesartan, safe to halve tablet?

Can 300mg irbesartan tablet be cut in half (abisart brand) ## Hello, Bell! How are you? As long as it isn't time released, then yes, you can cut it, as long as your doctor approves. The FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination and hypotension. However, if it is time released, then no, it is not safe to cut it. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I have been prescribed 75mg irbesartan and take a half tablet daily. There is no split line on these tablets so are they suitable for half dosing?

Accidental double dose of blood pressure medication

I accidentally took a double dose of irbesartan this morning (300 mg a pill), plus half of a metoprolol. What will happen? Side effects? ## Hello, Cathy! How are you feeling? Did you experience any adverse effects? In most cases, a double dose is not dangerous, though the FDA does warn that doubling up may cause your blood pressure to drop lower than usual, which may also result in shallow breathing, and lowered heart rate. Are these the only medications you currently take?

Irbesartan and Shortness of Breath

I am having shortness of breath and swelling in my left foot. Could these be side effects of my medication? ## What medications are you on it could be a medicine.... Cause a med I'm on I have thise symptoms sometimes my feet don't stay swollen jus ever now in then sometimes both feet sometimes one an a few weeks ago the back of my right leg swelled as well..... It's weird what meds can do and when I can't breath it's soooo scary!! ## While there is a chance that it could be a medication side effect, from taking Irbesartan, according to FDA reports, which lists them as also possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and increased urination, there is also a chance that it might be due to other issues. There is also a chance that your blood pressure is too high and...

Irbesartan Weaning Regimen

I am on 150 mg of Irbesartan daily. What time frame should be allotted to wean off this regimen? I wish to discontinue it. ## Why do you want to wean off of it? What condition is being treated? If the medication is the only thing keep the given condition under control, you could be putting your life in danger by discontinuing it according to NIH warnings. It could cause you to experience rebound high blood pressure, and rebound high heart rate, which could result in a heart attack, or stroke, either of which has the potential to be fatal. Are you on any other medications?

Irbesartan (National Drug Code: 43547-0375-09)

Are there any warnings or adverse effects from this China-manufactured generic drug? I'm fearful of taking it; and was unable to convince my pharmacy to pursue or supply a U.S. manufactured drug. ## Regardless of where it is manufactured, any given medication must meet the same safety and efficacy standards, in order for the FDA to approve of it being supplied and made available in the U.S. The typical side effects of this medication are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension, the same as the others available. Is there anything else I can help with?

300mg of Irbesartan and photosensitivity

I've always been able to sit in the sun, but I have noticed when I'm out in the sun my skin starts really burning and stinging. Does Irbesartan cause photosensitivity? ## Almost all medications can cause it, including these ones used to treat blood pressure, and heart conditions, according to FDA reports. You may also experience nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. It would be best to use sun block, when out in the sun, to be extra cautious. Are you on any other medications?

swelling of face lips

I just started taking 75mg of irbesartan..I am fine when I wake up but when I have a black cup of coffee within 30 minutes my lips start this common and should I switch medications ## Hello, Graham! How are you doing? Has there been any change? It seems that you may be having an allergic reaction to something, and if that is the case, you need to cease exposure to that substance, because as reported by the NIH, such reactions tend to get worse with repeated exposure. It might be due to the medication, or it could be due to something else, has anything else changed recently? Are you drinking a different brand of coffee? It would be best to have this checked out by your doctor for your safety.

lower dose irbesartan

i have been taking 75mg irbesartan for a few years . my blood pressure would appear to be pretty low at the moment. i also take atenolol 50mg for rapid heartbeat. can i take half of a 75mg dose tablet ## Hello, Nellyk! How are you doing? How low are you blood pressure readings? Are they just occasionally low, or are they low, all the time. It can vary, depending on your activity levels, what you've eaten and etc. Are you on any other medications? It would be best to consult your doctor and have more monitoring done, before lowering one of your medications. The U.S. FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination and hypotension.

Possible clash of medication prescribed for High Blood Pressure?

Having been on Irbesartan (300mg) and Nebivolol (10mg x2 a day) I have now been prescribed Amlodipine for the last 2/3 weeks. Apart from the swollen ankles, along with stiffness and a tight feeling which GP mentioned was a possibility of taking the latter, I am now suffering horrendous cramps in my left thigh and also severe muscular pain in the side of my neck. My blood pressure has certainly improved with the Amlodipine but the disturbed sleep and agony of cramp/muscle pain is becoming unbearable. Should I carry on persevering or see the doc? ## Hello, Sophetta! How are you? Yes, please see your doctor. Some of just can't tolerate Amlodipine, I had similar problems with it and had to switch to another medication. There's a chance things may improve, but in most cases with this...

Irbesartan and 81 mg aspirin

need to know if I may take irbesartan150/12 with 81mg aspirin? ## Hello, Rose! How are you? Aspirin and Irbesartan shouldn't be mixed, unless your doctor specifically tells you to do so, they tend to increase the toxicity of each other. The FDA classifies Irbesartan with HCTZ as being most commonly used to help treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. Its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain increased urination, dehydration and hypotension. Is there anything else I can help with?

Safe to take this combination of meds?

My fluctuating blood pressure has caused retinopathy, so I've no choice but to take meds for it. Is it safe to take all the things I have been prescribed? Irbesartan 150mg Hydrochlorothiazide 12.5mg Flutiform (corticosteroid + beta agonist asthma spray) Levothyroxine 137mcg Liothyronine 10mcg Iron capsules x 5 (to prevent low ferritin otherwise my hair falls out) Probiotics DHEA 5mcg sublingually I'm a 47-year old female. Thanks for your advice. ## Hello, Koalabear! How are you doing? I'm very sorry about the health issues that you've encountered. There are a couple of issues that popped up, when checking all of these for possible interactions, though nothing seriously dangerous, just things you should be made aware of, so you and your doctor can watch out for any proble...

can you indentify pill T32 from Aurobindo white oval

I had my Rx filled for Irbesartan and have never had them from Aurobindo Manufactor. I am questioning if the pills I received are actually correct as I have had side-effects from this generic. Pills are labeled with T32, oval, white. ## Hello, Ebones! How are you? I'm happy to help you with this issue. And yes, that tablets with this marking are listed in the databases as containing 150mgs of Irbesartan. Is there anything else I can help with?

white oblong Pill with a heart shape on one side and the other has 2112

These were my mothers pills wondered what they were for Heart Failure, White Oblong Pill Heart Shape on it with 2112 on the other side. ## Hi, Debrabro! How are you? The numbers are actually intended to be 2772 and this tablet contains 150mgs of Irbesartan, it's an ARB that used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions, such as congestive heart failure, so your guess was right on. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and hypotension. Learn more Irbesartan details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thank you. Debra

Oblong Peach Pill enteric coated

I can see an A BUT cannot make out the rest and is blank , on the other side is blaNK ## Hi Kimmy, Does the A look like it could possibly be part of another imprint that has been rubbed off? The closest match I can find based on your description is Hydrochlorothiazide and Irbesartan (12.5/ 300) mg; which has the imprint APO on the front and 300/12.5 on the back. Hydrochlorothiazide/Irbesartan is used in the treatment of high blood pressure and belongs to the drug class antihypertensive combinations. Learn More: Irbesartan + Hydrochlorothiazide Details I hope this helps!

Repace vs Irovel

My wife was taking Repace 25mg od. She is also suffering from chronic kidney desease (CKD). The doctor has now replaced Repace 25mg. with Irovel 75 mg. OD. Is Irovel a better drug for treating hypertension than Repace for patients suffering from CKD? ## Irovel contains the active ingredient Irbesartan, it is an ARB and these are known to actually help protect the kidneys, so that is likely why her doctor switched her to it. Learn more Irbesartan details here. Is there anything else I can help you with? ## Thankyou Verwon

I Am On Plavix75 Mgcan Take 200 Mg Of 7keto

I take apo-hydro and pms-irbesartan(for blood pres.) 60 mg.of apo-atorvastatin(cholesterol);75 mg.of apo-clopidogrel(generic plavix) and 81 mg. of aspirin(baby aspirin) for blood thining.swim 6.4 km(very fast),lift weights 5 times and 600 !! sit-ups per week. can i take 200 mg. of 7-keto,a day.? with respect and thanks damir(70 yrs. old-former pro player in europe) ## From what I'm finding, the 7-Keto is a body building supplement and, as such, it has not been tested for its possible interactions with medications. Thus, I can only advise that you check with your doctor, before using it. Depending on what it contains, such as Vitamin K, it may not be good for you to take with Clopidogrel, because it can affect the clotting factor of your blood. Have you discussed using it with your d...

white oval 2873

white oval pill number 2873 on one side, heart imprint on other side ## I'm sorry, I can't find a listing for this in any of our resources. The marking makes me suspect that it's an over the counter product. Does anyone recognize this? ## If it's white to off-white, biconvex and oval shaped with a heart debossed on one side and the number 2873 engraved on the other, it's Aprovel 300mg which contains 300mg irbesartan. Used to treat high blood pressure.

co approvel

what are the side effects of this drug? ## CoApprovel contains Irbesartan and Hydrochorothiazide, it combines an ARB with a diuretic and is most commonly used to help lower high blood pressure. Common side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, headache and dehydration. Read more: Are there any comments or questions?


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