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tribenzor replacement

Does anyone know of what I can use that maybe equal to tribenzor meds...my prescriptions insurance won't cover the cost. ## Tribenzor contains Olmesartan, Amlodipine and Hydrochlorothiazide, it's a combination medication that's used to help lower high blood pressure. Learn more Tribenzor details here. There are, however, other options available, so you should talk to your doctor and tell them that your insurance won't cover this one and ask them to prescribe alternatives. Both the Amlodipine and the Hydrochlorothiazide are available as generics separately and Losartan is in the same class as the Olmesartan, but it is also available as a generic. Is there anything else I can help with? ## TRY ASKING YOUR DOCTOR - THEY HAVE A CO PAY CARD WHERE YOU ONLY HAVE TO PAY $25 FOR ...

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alternative to Tibenzor.

The only side-effect I have had to Tribenzor is in my wallet. It controls my blood pressure well, but can't afford it. It has Amalodepine in it. Amalodepine makes my joints, especially my feet swell and hurt. I was in a walker, on crutches, or in a wheel chairwhen I used it. It has Hidroclorothiazide in it (HTZ). Don't know of any problems I had with it. Has another one I can't spell either, but I have had no known problems with it. What can I take that will control my blood pressure, and still let me walk? ## Hello, Steve! How are you? The other ingredient is Olmesartan, this medication is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure. Typical side effects, as listed by the FDA, my include nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain, increase urination and hypotension. Ther...

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Causes Asthmatic Side Effects

have side effects from Tribenzor ever been reported to cause Asthmatic symptoms ## What types of asthmatic symptoms have you been experiencing during your time on Tribenzor? Maybe the following information can help shed some light on the subject: The Active Ingredient(s) in Tribenzor are: Olmesartan Medoxomil + Amlodipine + Hydrochlorothiazide Olmesartan is known to cause side effects such as, hoarseness and/or difficulty breathing or swallowing. Cardiovascular side effects associated with Amlodipine are dose-related, are usually the result of vasodilation, and include flushing in less than 1% and peripheral edema in 2% of patients. Some side effects of Amlodipine can be serious though, such as frequent or severe chest pain, and rapid pounding or irregular heartbeat. Hydrochlorothiazide...

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Found A Yellow Pill With Cls 4

I found a small yellow round pill with cls 4 or cls 4 (second one is c slash s). Cls on top and 4 on bottom, plain on other side. Does anyone know what this is? I've been searching the internet and even called poison control and they didn't have it listed. Said it might be because its new. ## I may have located a match to your pill, however I cannot view a photo of it, just a description that appears to be similar to yours. The imprint reads "C54" as opposed to "CS4". Because there is no photo I also cannot verify if there is a score line on the pill. It is identified as Tribenzor (amlodipine 5 mg + hydrochlorothiazide 25 mg + olmesartan 40 mg); which is used to treat high blood pressure. For verification, the National Drug Code (NDC) for this pill is: 65597-0116...

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Tribenzor

Trying to find a replacement drug for Tribenzor ## Have you consulted your doctor? Tribenzor contains Olmesartan (an ARB), Amlodipine (A calcium channel blocker) and Hydrochlorthiazide (a diuretic). I am not aware of any other medication on the market that contains this combination. In most cases, you would need to be prescribed at least one of the medications separately. Are you having a problem with the medication? ## USES OF TAB OLVANCE-H 40 MG AND FOR WHICH DISEASE IS IT USED

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yellow tablet with imprint C54

Please identify the tablet for me ## Based on the description provided, I found your pill to be Tribenzor; which contains a combination of the following active ingredients: Olmesartan Medoxomil (40 mg) + Amlodipine (5 mg) + Hydrochlorothiazide (25 mg). This drug combination is used to treat high blood pressure. You can view more info by clicking on the link below... Please post back if you have any other questions or comments to add.

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