Telma 40 And Telma Ct40

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Girija Says:


What is the difference between Telma 40 and Telma CT40? Effectivity wise, is Telma CT40 better than Telma 40? Which is more effective? What are the side effects of Telma 40 and Telma CT40?



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Verwon Says:

The active ingredients are different.

Telma CT contains Telmisartan and Chlorthalidone, while Telma only contains Telmisartan. The U.S. FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, hypotension, and dehydration.

Efficacy depends on which one works better for you. Which has your doctor instructed you to take?

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Ganesh P R Says:

Can I take Telma CT 40 mg or Telma 40 mg at night? My doctor has advised me this. Does it lead to frequent urination at night?

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