Met Xl 50 (metaprolol Succinate) Or Tellzy 80 (telmisartan)

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tanmay Says:


Which is better, met xl 50 (metaprolol succinate) or tellzy 80 (telmisartan)? My father has been suffering from diabetes, hypertension and ckd, and his blood creatinine level is 3.9. Which medicine is suitable for my father?



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Verwon Says:

Which one has his doctor advised him to take?

They are both effective at controlling high blood pressure and some cardiac conditions, but no medication works for everyone that tries it.

The U.S. FDA lists their typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension.

It is really just a matter of finding which medication works for each individual.

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