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Hilda Says:


I take Asomex 2.5 and Analaprine 5. What does this combination help? Is there chance that I will ever stop taking these?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Hilda! How are you?

I didn't find anything listed under the name Analaprine, is it possible that you mean Enalapril?

Learn more Enalapril details here.

Aseomex contains the active ingredient Amlodipine, which is a calcium channel blocker that's most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. It may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and hypotension.

Learn more Amlodipine details here.

Why are you taking them?

If it's for treating a cardiac condition, you'll most likely need to take some type of medication for life to help keep it under control.

However, if it's for high blood pressure, then you may reduce your need for medications in the future, but following a good, healthy diet and exercise program.

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