Amlodipine 5mg + Atenolol 50mg + Triamterene/hctz 37.5

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Deanna Says:
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Are there any drug interactions with each other medication and with foods? I suffer from gastric issues often, where my whole system evacuates with diarrhea, and spasms.



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Verwon Says:

The main interactions between these medications is low blood pressure and heart rate, according to FDA reports, thus it is best to keep any eye on your readings on a regular basis.

Stomach irritation, gas, GERD, and diarrhea may also be side effects.

How long have you been taking them? Have you had any problems?

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