Revelol Am 50/5 Olvance 40 Rosavel 10 And Catapres 150

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Venkey Says:

hi, recent was diaginised with high bp 170/100, and doc is suggest revelol am 50/5 in morning olvance 40mg in afternoon and catapres 150 mg + rosavel 10mg for night, i am taking this for the past 4weeks and the bp fluctuates between 145/95 to 160/100, want to know how effective this medication would be, catapres makes me sleepy

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Verwon Says:

Have you consulted your doctor?

Most medications usually reach their effectiveness around 4 to 6 weeks of use, so if you have been taking them for that long and are still getting high readings, you may need a dosage adjustment or you might have to try something else.

While they have all been proven effective, there is no way to say whether or not any given medication is going to be effective for any given person that tries it. They can all effect everyone differently.

Revelol-AM contains Metoprolol and Amlodipine, both of which are commonly used to control high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions.

Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach pain.

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Olvance contains the active ingredient Olmesartan, it's an ARB used to treat the same types of conditions and it may cause side effects, such as nausea, headache, dizziness and stomach pain.

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Catapres contains Clonidine, it's used to treat high blood pressure and it is a very potent medication, so it may cause drowsiness, which is more than likely why your doctor instructed you to take it at night.

Its other side effects may include: nausea, headache and constipation.

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From what I am finding, Rosuvel contains the active ingredient Rosuvastatin, which is used to help lower cholesterol.

Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, stomach pain and joint/muscle aches.

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