Losartan And Neobloc Together

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maria Says:
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Hi, are losartan and neobloc compatible to treat hypertension? Thanks.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Maria! How are you?

Yes, such medications are often prescribed together to treat high blood pressure, or that which has proven to be resistant to treatment with just one medication. However, they can both increase potassium, so your doctor should be checking your levels regularly via blood work.

Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain, dry cough and hypotension.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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maria Says:
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Thank you very much. Your answer is very much appreciated....

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Maria Says:
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My mom is 86 years old taking lozartan 100mg and neoblock 50mg and she's having a feeling of side effects on it.. Is their any natural food intake to fight against the side effects. Thank you...

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Austin Says:
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I'm taking losartan and my doctor prescribed me a neobloc to be taken once a day is it good that ill ne taking them both,in a day...

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