Norvasc 5mg

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Diana Says:

I had been taking different kind of medication to control my high blood pressure, finally i am taking norvasc 5mg, is fine, but I noticed that my ankles and feet are swelling, is this normal?l. Can someone answer me. Thanks.

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Linda Says:

My doctor had changed me the high blood pressure medication three times, finally he prescribed Norvasv 5mg and I have the same problem like Diana. I went to see the doctor and he told me that the swelling is the side effect of this medication. He prescribed me water pills to take for this condition.
Diana,you need to talk to you doctor about, maybe he will change the medication or he will give you water pills to solve the problem

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carlos Says:
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Can I take norvasc and fertility blend sp-1

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Verwon Says:

That is correct, the edema can be a side effect of this medication, according to FDA reports, along with nausea, headache, frequent urination, and hypotension. As Linda has stated, you should consult your doctor, you may need a medication to reduce the fluid, or you might need to try something else for your blood pressure.

As to taking it with the fertility blend, since that is a natural supplement, there should not be a problem, but it is always best to double check with your medical provider to be careful.

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