Channel Blocker, Calcium Antagonitic

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Om ramesh Says:


Prescription of zandip 20 mg , physiotens 0.4mg, karvezide 300 mg for high b.p ( 180/80). Recently added verpamil hydrochloride SR 240 mg trial with 0.4 mg physiotens, karvezide and Zanadip 10 mg. is this combo compatible? There is not much improvement.



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Verwon Says:

Are you also watching your diet? If you're sodium sensitive, then that could cause blood pressure elevation.

Do you also get lots of proper exercise? That is also vital to blood pressure control.

You really can't just take medications and expect them to do all of the work.

What types of foods do you normally eat?

Do you have any other medical conditions?

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