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rohini kumar Says:
kindly advise me a tablet for hypertension which does not have much side effects and without Atenolol and also acts better than other pills like enalapril,etc.My hypertension readings are as 160/110

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Verwon Says:
Rohini, this site is not medical professionals, so we can't possibly guess which medication would be best for you.

All drugs carry the risk of side effects, the only way to find out which helps you, with minimal side effects is by trial and error.

Most blood pressure medications will cause: headaches, nausea, muscle/joint pain and drowsiness.

Have you tried consulting your doctor for your other options?

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Verwon Says:
Amlong A contains Amlodipine and Atenolol, it is used to help treat hypertension.

The side effects can be similar to what I listed above: headache, nausea, muscle aches and drowsiness.

You can read more on these medications here:



Do you have any other questions?

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rohini kumar Says:
I didn't get a proper answer from any of the professional as I sought a medicene for hypertension that does not contain Atenolol but works far better than other medicenes which contains Atenolol.

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sahadev Says:
my mother taking AMLONG 5mg from last 10 yeras, right now she is facing NOSE BLEEDING is it due to AMLONG 5mg side effect

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Verwon Says:
Rohini, what country are you in? If you tell me this, I can try to do some research for you.

Sahadev, this site is not medical professionals, so it is very hard to say, it could be a medication, her high blood pressure itself or any one of a number of other things causing it. Has she spoken to her doctor about it, yet?

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ramana Says:
Dear sir,

I am working as sw engineer in bangalore. I met one doctor regarding tired ness. he has checked BP and told it is 145. he exmained blood for the cholesterol and these are the details
totla cholesterol=259 (140-200 normal)
triglycerides 210
LDL cholestrerol=153
he suggested amolodipine(amlong) and atorlip-10.
I havenot started medication/ can I take this. Pls help me and guide me.

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Rohan Says:
I faced a similar situation and had to start taking pressure meds. Once you start taking this stuff, it has to become a habit for life.

Check with your doc. If he/she insists it is necessary, then you have really no other sensible choice but to comply. The insensible choice could leave the patient dead, or worse paralyzed for life.
The good news is, with healthy living you should be able to have a good quality life, supported b the wonders of modern science.

Good luck

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