Nurokind Tablets

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I have been a patient of hypertension for last 16 yrs. It remained within normal range with regular medication. During May-June'11 the BP was higher despite medication. On July 1, I felt trouble in speech. My doctors suspected a mild stroke but there was no sign in the vocal cord. The tightness of speech was also noticed one day only. However, a CT scan of brain revealed chronic Ischemic lesions. My blood lipid profile is normal. Since then I have been prescribed (a) Losacar, (b) Losacar H, (c) Embetta-50, (d) Eslo 5mg and (e) Neurokind. I have taken first three tablets earlier also. I would like to know about side effects of taking Neurokind for a longer duration.

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Verwon Says:
If you are taking the regular Nurokind, then it is just a nutritional supplement, which contains Methylcobalamin, a form of of Vitamin B12, it is often given to help with cognitive problems.

However, you shouldn't exceed the amount prescribed by you doctor, because too much of it can also be dangerous. Since it is just a nutritional supplement, the side effect profiles for it have not been studied, as is done for prescription medications.


Losacar contains the active ingredient Losartan and Losacar-H combines it with Hydrochlorothiazide, both of which are commonly used to help treat high blood pressure.

Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, headache and dehydration.

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Eslo contains the active ingredient Amlodipine, which is a calcium channel blocker that is also used to treat high blood pressure.

Its side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, dry cough and abdominal pain.

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As to the Embetta, the only thing I can find is the drug Embeda, which contains the active ingredient Morphine, a narcotic used to treat pain.

Its side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and dry mouth.

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Reg. Embeta, I made a mistake; it spells Embeta XR-50 and I find from the strip of tablets that its composition is Metorpolol Succinate. Please let me know about its adverse effects, if any.

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Verwon Says:
That makes much more sense!

Metoprolol is a beta blocker, which is used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions.

Its side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, stomach pain and headache.

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