Prexum Plus 5mg Versus Prexum 5mg

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Debbie Says:


what is the difference between the two, prexum plus 5mg versus prexum 5mg. My pharmacy insists they the same, then why the difference with the plus?



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ren Says:
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can i take prexum plus 5mg if Dr prescribed prexum plus 4mg pharmacist gave me 5mg

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Kevin Says:

Hello Debbie,

From what I can find on these drugs the only difference between the two is that Prexum Plus also contains the active ingredient Indapamide - 1.25Mg. Indapamide is used to reduce high blood pressure and reduce extra salt and fluid in the body.

If your doctor is prescribing your Prexum for the use of the active ingredient perindopril arginine then there will be no difference between the two.

I hope this information helps.

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