Verapamil 240 Mg Er Tab

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David Says:

Verapamil extended release (240 mg) has been used in the treatment of hypertension, angina pectoris, cardiac arrhythmia, and most recently, cluster headaches.

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dorothy nelson Says:

Does verapsmil causes bone disorder?

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GiGi Says:

Is there a difference between verapamil hcl er and verapamil er?

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Carly Says:

I am just getting ready to take my very 1st Verapamil er pm 300 mg pill, i worry about side effects big time, the e r doctor had me on cartia xt 180 mg extented release capsules, then after 7 days upped those to 360 mg's, still kept my b/p the same 167/99 [115]<<

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