Amlodipine And Gums Of Teeth

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borude r s Says:


i am taking nebicardsm for one and half year. now i am suffering from swelling of gums. is there any relation of amlodipin e? my dentist suggested me to change the drug.





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Verwon Says:

Nebicard-SM contains two active ingredients, Nebivolol and Amlodipine.

Learn more Nebivolol details here and you can learn more Amlodipine details here.

And I haven't found anything like that listed for either one of them, but your dentist may be speaking from experience about what he's learned can cause this to happen.

Have you tried switching to a different medication?



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srinivasa n. Says:

I am 66yrs senior citzn from INDIA.for swelling of gums no medicine worked out effectively. So for the past 3 yrs I tried my own preparation of alum mixed with boiling water and salt and kept in mouthwash containers and rinced my mouth at least 3 to 5 times a day. it gave very good results and now I don't have any gum and bad breath problems. The cost of the solution is just 15 rupees per month or just 25 american cents per month and can be reduced to 5 cents per month. An effective proven cost effective better solution for swelling of gums and bad breath etc.
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