Telma-am (Thread 186207)

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My Blood Pressure is 165/90 . My doctor has prescribed Alma-Am. But the Blood pressure still keeps arpound 155/87. I have been taking this for the last two days. Should i continue this medicine.

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helping hand Says:
it is not alma am -it is telma am.telmisertan and amlodipine.if u r above 45 yrs then its a right choise.but u hav to continue the medicines for a l;ong time tio get effect.

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RAJ Says:
I am using Telma H, I have prescribed this drug by a Cardiologist.Now I am on a Canada for an International Assignment.Can you please prescribe any medicine with telmasartan.So that I can purchase in any Pharmacy in Canada

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Prasun Says:
My age is 33 years. My blood pressure is 140/96. I am using Telma AM . How many days should I continue this medicine? I am very much worried about the matter. Please give me some advice.

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My age is 29 yrs, my BP is around 150/95. i have been consuming Telma AM for the last 4 months. pls suggest a better substitute for this pill. should i switch to stamlo 0.5 mg ? pls suggest

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ysingh Says:
I have suffering from hypertension for a decade. I was taking UDP and suffered ED. Dr changed my drug.

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jayati Says:
i was taking stamlo beta for the last 7 years and was found resistant to it.i am 45 yrs of age .the doctor prescribed telma h instead ,still i have palpitations so can i switch to telma Am?

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