Cilicar 20mg For Highblood Pressure

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Edward White Says:

My wife is 67 years old. Family history of high bp and high cholesterol. Latter level above 300. BP llevel 180/100 Fluctuates comsiderably. 14 days ago cardiologist prescribed OLMEZEST 40 one tablet per day. Reaction extreme tiredness. Cardio said stop olmezest 40. Use old combination of drugs Atorva 10mg. Dilzem 120. and Aspirin 75mg One tablet daily....latter drugs used by my wife since 2000. No negative reactions to these latter three drugs fot 14 years. Want to know contraindications associated with CILICAR 20 now prescribed in place of OLMEZEST 40.

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Rambabu Says:
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I'm 66 age&l attacked by high BP. I am using Triolmezest for BP & deplatt CV for cholesterol as per my doctor .Is that medication safe for me?

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