Repace 50mg Tablet

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Subrahmanyam Says:


I have undergone Angioplasty with Stentlad Coronary Artery. Doctor prescribed Repace 50 mg daily after dinner in addition to Aztor 40 mg (at night), Prasugrel 10 mg (morning) and Echosprin 150 mg. Are all the tablets safe to be used for long term treatment?



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Verwon Says:

HI! Sorry about the medical problems you've had!

What you need to understand, though, is that that's a pretty serious procedure to undergo. That means that you really need to follow your doctor's advice and directions for your own health and safety….and that includes taking the medications they tell you to take, for as long as they tell you to take them.

There is a chance in the future that you could reduce your need for drugs, if you really improve your health through proper diet and exercise, but unless such a time arrives and such actions are approved by your doctor, you should continue taking these as directed.

Are there any other questions or concerns?

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kaushish Says:

The sugar level fasting is 99.6 and after meal is 165. Taking GEMER 1. Now advised GEMER 2. Do I need to take Zitamet lso or not.


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kaushish Says:

My BP is 90[140. Do I need to take both RePace 50 and Clifresh 10 or only one of these. My sugar level is 99.6 and 165 , Fasting and after meals respectively.


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Binayak Says:
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I've been taking Repace 50 for 8+ years and for the last year have started taking 50+25 mg of Repace at night to treat hypertension. My BP is 130/80. I have back pain and have recently been faced with a problem called frozen shoulder (left side). Is it due to Repace and its high dose and prolonged use? What may be other medical options?

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