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Compare BP tablets

Comparing prolomet 25 mg with tenormin 25 mg, is tenormin a better drug? ## There is no one better drug, it depends on which one works best for you, without causing unwanted and problematic side effects. Which one has been prescribed for you? The NIH lists the typical side effects of medications in this class as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension.

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who are suffering perkintion desease they what taken of medicines?

My Brother-in-law Suffering Perkintion disease Last 7-8 years ago, and Doctor Prescribed 1) Tab-Syn dopa Plus,(2) Tab- Pramipax-ER 0.375.(3) Tab-Donamem-2mg,and Tenormin-50.But at Present from 3years he has lost of Memory. Is this side effect of medicine either anythings else. Please advise to me ,at this situation what can I do. ## My Wife Suffaring perkintion desease last 7 yers, At present she take madicine-(1)Syncapone 150, (2) Pramipex ER 0.75, (3) Syndopa Cr 125. Its Effect,only 3.5 hours. After 3/4 Houres She will not walking Easy, Slomotoin walking. Holbody will be slow, But Brain wark not effect. Request you if any better madicine .

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chymoral forte for digestion problem

I am 56 year old diabetes patient. Currently suffering from IBD (colon infection). Can i take chymoral forte for digestion as well to reduce IBD? ## Chymoral Forte contains the active ingredient Trypsin, this is a protease commonly found in the digestive system. As to whether or not you can safely use it, this site is not medical professionals and do not have information on your medical history or other medications, so it would be remiss of us to try and advise you on that. I would suggest you ask your doctor if it can be of benefit to you and is safe to take considering your medical conditions and other medications. I will state, however, that these are touted to help with many things, but they are really not proven to do so. You can read more about it here: Is there anything else I ca...

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tazloc CT 80 side effects

I have been prescribed this drug for control of my fluctuating Blood Pressure. Normaly my BP ranges between 80/140 to 90/150. Recently it shot unto 110/170. I am 61 yrs. and have been taking BP control medicine Tenormin 50 - one in the morning and Telma 20 - one in the night. Last week I got my Eco Cardiograme and CT Angeography done. The reports are clear and Normal. Do I need to change the medicine and what is the side effect of Tazloc CT 80 mg. ## If your blood pressure is still going that high, then apparently your current medications aren't controlling it and that's most likely why your doctor has prescribed something new. Have you discussed it with your doctor? It's usually advisable to follow their advice, since they have your best interest and safety in mind. Uncontr...

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side effects of chymoral

Can chymoral forte be taken with Tenormin 25 mg tablet which I take for blood pressure ## Hi Veeboy, Based on my research, there are no drug interactions listed between Chymoral Forte (chymotrypsin + typsin) and Tenormin (atenolol). However this do not necessarily mean no interactions exist at all. You should always talk to your doctor first before combining any medications, just to play it safe. Hope this helps!

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Small White Pill 66 Over263 Is This Tenormin 50mg

I've been taken atenolol 50mg for 6six years.Just recently my medication has a new look. I tried to ID it but can't seem to locate it,even with the imprint 66overscore263 or GG overscore263. Please help. ## Yes, the tablet with the imprint GG 263 contains 50mgs of Atenolol. Learn more Atenolol details here. Is therea nything else I can help with?

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Clonafec 75mg capsules

Information on Clonafec 75mg capsules ## How do you take this drug and what is it for? Any side effects? What is its compatibility with cardiac meds (Tenormin and Caudet)? ## This is a non-U.S. brand name for Diclofenac Sodium, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory. Was this prescribed for you? Did your pharmacy check it against the other drugs you are taking? ## I have a yellow/red Clonafec capsule. What is it taken for? Does it have any side effects? ## I picked up in mexico clonafex, which people we know take for gout, clears it up right away. My brother has gout and also very bad arthritis in his fingers, the ends are like balls. If he takes this would this help him, and what are the side effects?

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is TENORMIN tab. are safe in long run without hurting heart rate, and its replacement medicine

i iam 65, had m.i. inferior wall in 2000, and undergone angioplasty and stenting. Due to raised heart rate in 2003,, iwas advised to take tenormin 50mg. daily in morning along with other drugs. if i forget to take tenormin my h/r begun raising till 12 in noon to 90 frm 70. my b.p. is normal at 115/80.and iam niddm, but controlled..can i take any combination of med. to replace tenormin., so my h/r is not raised. ## RCA,PTCA followed by 3.0x1.5mn helistent in 2001,first diagonal br-moderate sized95%proximal stenosis, left circumflex artery non dominent-totaly blocked distaly,rca-dominant,large,99%discrete stenosis distaly, double vessel disease. i am in lucknow(india) my b.p. remains normal120/75, niddm, sugar levels normal,taking 75mg. aspirin also, as i was feeling raised h/r frequently...

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white round pill h 107

White round ## I located a similar match T107, could this be your pill? If so Tenormin 25 mg, which is used primarily in cardiovascular diseases. To learn more click on the link below... If this is not your pill, please post back so I can help you locate the correct pill. ## Can not find anything. Let us know what you find out

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Medication for hypertension

I am using Amlogard 5 mg and Tenormin 50 mg - one tab each in the mornings - for my high BP. I would like to know how these two work, i.e. what is the difference between the two, whether it is okay to use both in the mornings when daytime activity will follow or should I use one in the night. Is there a link between these tablets and frequent urination at night. ## Tenormin contains the active ingredient Atenolol, it is a selective receptor agonist, used to treat hypertension. Side effects can include: nausea, headache, hair loss and dizziness. You can read more on it here: Amlogard contains the active ingredient Amlodipine, and it is a long-acting Calcium channel blocker. Side effects it can cause may include: nausea, dizziness and peripheral edema. You can read more on it here: So the...

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atenol??

imprint code M on on one side and A2 on the other. This should be Atenol 25mg ## Yes, it is, a generic for Tenormin. It is used to treat cardiovascular diseases and hypertension. Some of the most common side effects include: indigestion, constipation, runny/stuffy nose and fatigue.

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