Benicar Hct 7 Tablets 40/12.5mg

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Verwon Says:

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Olmesar H 40 is the name of the drug prescribed. Available in India

Olmesartan Medoxmil 40 mg
Hydrochlorthiazide 12.5 mg

Initially I used Olmesar H only. and later I checked the prescribtion and found that I should use 40 mg tablets. I take this in the night. The whole regimen for my BP is as follows:

Lotensyl 10 1-0-0
Ecosprin 75 0-1-0
Cardoron 100 mg 1 alternate days

Night

Olmesar H 40 1
Warf 2.5 1 tab
Trika or Restyl .25 1

I find my BP is average to 145-150/80-90. I did not have any adverse side effects for the 20 mg tablets. Now I crave for food in the morning time.

I also notice that my weight has increased from 83 to 87 Kgs.I follow a self disciplined diet. I am quite active leading a retired life. I walk about 30 to 45 mts in the morning; and some times in the evening also.

I am 72 years of age. Does Olmesar drug cause increase in body weight.

I live in Chennai, Tamilnadu India

Wil

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