T Dec Pharmapress 10 Mg

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mosetsana Says:

been using this for a year and developed side effects like swelling lips,asthma and treated for anaemia. I have now stopped the drug and have a strange feeling on my legs when I sleep. Is it a withdrawal syptom? How can this be cured?

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Bridget Says:

I have been prescribed 10mg Pharmapress morning And night for hypertension. I have gained 18kg over a period of 8 months and would like to know whether this tablet causes high obesity over long period of intake.

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Jenna Says:

@ mosetsana,

Based on my research, the symptoms you are experiencing may very well be due to the Pharmpress (enalapril maleate.) medication. What is the strange feeling like? Is it a tingling/ pins and needles type of feeling? If so, you may be suffering from the side effect paraesthesia- which is a sensation of tickling, tingling, burning, pricking, or numbness of a person's skin. There is no apparent long-term physical effect of paraesthesia. It's also possible that you've experienced an allergic reaction to the medication, and since you just stopped taking it there may be small amounts still left in your system. If this problem persists for more than a week- or if it worsens, I would speak with your doctor immediately.


Enalapril, the active ingredient in Pharmapress, may cause kidney problems. I read that if you experience rapid weight gain, you should speak with your doctor immediately.

You can learn more about this drug on the page for Enalapril Details

I hope this helps!

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laylanie Says:
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My lip are swelling after taking pharmapress I'm using it now for 4 days,should I be worried or is it just a side effect?

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Smam Says:
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Hi. went hospital. diagnostics done show negative Hiv, TB and no kidney failures. That was in Polokwane hosp. Went to clinic in JHB and came back positive. I taking: Adco Vascard, Ilvitrim, Ridaq 12.5 mg, pharmapress 10 mg, Vitamin B Complex Strong and Folic Acid. All once a day morning after meals. I experience pains with my feet. They are itchy or needles when I walk like no blood flowing. Contant periodical headaches and periodically dizziness. Could it b from the medication?

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wynand Says:
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Hi im 25 years old.. ive been diagnosed with hypertension. My dr said its genetics. My father has hypertension aswell from a young age. Ive been put on pharmapress 20mg. Just any help on a low sodium diet please.. and will the drug give me tingling effects in my arms and legs?

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bee Says:
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Can I take Ridaq; Pharmapress and Ciplavasc 5 during pregnancy

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Amzora Says:

Hi the friend of mine is given Pharmapress10 Mg she want to know what are they for can you please help thanks .

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