Olmax- 40 (Thread 233753)

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reddysreerama Says:
Olmax-40 tablet is prescribed my doctor for BP. Has is it got any side effects

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Verwon Says:
All medications carry the risk of causing side effects. Olmax contains the active ingredient Olmesartan, it is an ARB that is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure.

Learn more Olmax details here.

It's possible side effects may include nausea, headache, dizziness and stomach pain.

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