Telma Am 40

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hanmantharao Says:

Iam 53 years old iam using telm am 40 it is advisable to take control the bp . My bp is 140/80. any side effects for using telma am

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Verwon Says:

All medications carry the risk of side effects, even over the counter items.

Telma AM contains the active ingredients Telmisartan and Amlodipine, it is commonly used to treat high blood pressure and cardiac conditions.

Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and stomach pain.

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Masood Khan Says:

I am taking Telma am 40 since one year,but I am feeling no side effect till now. Last month I feel severe back pain
I scaned found renal calculus in uretar, Doctor remove this by surgery. Itmay cause of taking Telma am 40.
Please reply asearly as possible.

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zainab mgude Says:

I am usually using repace h for bloodpresure treatment now my doctor change and giving me telma 40 and my bloodpresure normaly be 140/80 now I am confused help me

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Ibbi Says:
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I am using Telma am 40 from last 2yrs i feel right side backpain from that time earliel i feel that there is some problem in my back but it happen after the medicine effect so u pl inform me what to do.

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Rajan S Rautela Says:

i have high BP i.e 135/80 and i am taking Telmisartan amlopedine which lowers my bp in the evening but morning i feel un easy till 12 noon. should i start Telma 40/5/12.5

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Vucha Says:
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I've been taking Telma 40 for my blood pressure and ran out. Will it be sufficient if I take Olma 40 as a substitute?

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Selvi A Says:
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I am 49 years old and I live in Tamil nadu within the Vellore district of Arakkonam. I have been experiencing blood pressure readings of 160/90, for which I still take telma-am tablets daily at night (only one). After dosing, my blood pressure stabilizes at 120/80.

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