Ramipril And Amlodipine

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Ameer Basnet Says:


i am 31 years having chronic nephritis, HBP of 170//120, Doctor says blood is really bad now, required biopsy ASAP, taking Ramipril, AMlodipine and sodium bicarbonate. But its been long time my BP doesnt come down. whats is possibly going with my heart and kidneys. please help me.



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Verwon Says:

Chronic Nephritis is an inflammation of the Nephrons of the Kidneys and there are several things that can cause it, such as infections and autoimmune disorders.

The only way to find out what has caused it and to get proper treatment is to follow your doctors advise for testing and treatments.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Nephritis/­

Kidney problems are known to contribute to or cause high blood pressure and, in such cases, it can be resistant to treatment, however, getting a resolution to help with the kidney problem can also help to lower your blood pressure.

Ramipril is an ACE inhibitor and Amlodipine is a Calcium channel blocker, they are both commonly used to treat high blood pressure.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Ramipril/­

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Amlodipine/­

Has your doctor made any adjustments to your dosages or suggested any other medications?


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