Prexum Plus Tablets

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I DRINK IT EVERYDAY FOR MY BLOODPREASURE AND NEED IT NOW IN THE UK HELP ME..



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carol Says:

take prexum plus fas i have very high blood pressure am 70 yrs old. this week my BP dropped down to 70/50 felt dizzy can I reduce the prexum to 1/2 a tab. i also take carlock. my gp confused me .
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Boi Says:

i take Prexum Plus every morning for my hypertension - can it have a side effect on m libido

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Theo Says:

I'm in the same predicament - starnded by the airport closure till DEcember 27 and have run out. Local doctors reluctant to help. Any luck?

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Verwon Says:

For all viewers of this post…

Prexum Plus contains the active ingredients Indapamide and Perindopril, it is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions.

You can learn more Indapamide details here and you can find more Perindopril details here.

It's listed as being available in South Africa, so if you are outside of your home country, you'll want to talk to a doctor about finding something with those same active ingredients that I listed.

In regards to Carol, that is something that would need to be discussed with a doctor. It really depends on what made your blood pressure fall that low, for instance if it was due to dehydration, it may not stay that low, once the problem is rectified.


And Boi, yes almost all of these types of medications can cause sexual dysfunction. If it is a severe problem, then you should speak to your doctor about what alternative medications are available for you to try.

Are there any other questions or comments?

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