Want To Quit Blood Pressure Medicine Etizem And Natrilix Due Side Effects

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Ashraf Says:


I m using narilix sr 1 tab & 1/2 tab dilzem 60 daily morning after breakfast which causes weakness, I m 62 male. Also using centrum 50plus btwn dinner daily. Can quit above medicine???



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Verwon Says:

What do you mean by weakness?

How long have you been taking them?

Suddenly stopping such medications, without tapering them or replacing them with alternative medications could cause rebound effects, which might include dangerously elevated heart rate and blood pressure levels.

Learn more Etizem details here.

Learn more Natrilix details here.

Have you spoken to your doctor about the problems you're experiencing?

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