Why Would You Have To Take Coreg And Avalide Together If They Do The Same Work?

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My husband takes Coreg for blood pressure and he also was just given avalide with it. Isn't Avalide the same kink of drug?

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sherri k Says:

has anyone out there taken methadone (im on 140 mgs) and phentermine together? if so what kind of experience did you have? i have been on methadone for 5 years and gained almost 60 lbs but i am scared to start the phentermine i was prescribed! please help!

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Verwon Says:

Coreg contains Carvedilol, and Avalide contains Irbesartan and Hydrochlorothiazide, so they are not exactly the same, though both are used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions.

Multiple medications are often prescribed, when someone's blood pressure is dangerously high, to help bring it down as fast, and as safely as possibly. Once it is at a normal level, medications can be lowered, or stopped, as deemed appropriate by their physician.

As to the Phentermine and Methadone, I didn't find any problem or interactions listed, but it is always best to double check.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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