Side Effects Of Aspavor/lipitor, And/or Natrilix

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Apart from sleep apnoea, is erectile dysfunction a side effect? If not this, then could it be Natrilix causing this problem?

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David Says:

After gathering information I found that the drug Lipitor does not list erectile dysfunction as a possible side effect, nor sleep apnea. Common side effects while taking Lipitor are: Weakness,
Insomnia, dizziness, chest pain, peripheral edema, rash
abdominal pain, constipation, diarrhea, dyspepsia, flatulence, nausea, urinary tract infection,
arthralgia, myalgia, back pain, arthritis, sinusitis, pharyngitis, bronchitis, rhinitis, infection, flu-like syndrome, allergic reaction.

For a more detailed description of Lipitor please follow the link below...

As for the effects of Aspavor. I cannot accurately state that it is the one causing the sleep apnea and erectile disfunction, but searching a similar term pavor (Being the root word in Aspavor), I found that it is associated with sleep disorders.

Natrilix is not manufactured in the US, I did however locate the active ingredient which Indapamide. Indapamide is used in the treatment of hypertension, as well as decompensated cardiac failure.
Common side effects of Indapamide are: hypokalemia (low potassium levels), fatigue, orthostatic hypotension (blood pressure decrease on standing up) and allergic manifestations.

To learn more click on the link below...

If you have any questions or information to add please post back and I will be happy to help you.

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Michael Says:

I was recently placed on 20mg Aspavor after being on 10mg for about a year. my cholesterol had come down from 9.8 to 6.2 during this time. I am now suffering with severe headaches(every day), painful wrists and constipation/diarrhea.

Could these be because of the higher dose, and should I carry on taking them?

Thank You

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Pieter Says:

I am on 20mg Aspavor for two weeks now for cholestrol of 7.1-question is, once through the correct diet and excercise have been followed, will I be able to stop using Aspavor without any side-affects or health risks?

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Bill Says:

I've been prescribed 40mg of lipitor. Is it ok to break 80mg tablets in half?

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Steve Cudd Says:

Potassium is essential to check and also normalize aldosterone bodily hormone present in body system. In addition, it has the natural part of a catalyst for a lot of forms of digestive enzymes inside of the body, basically; it will help in breeding a number of significant chemical effects inside of the body system. Additionally it is considered to aid in making improvements to ATP hydrolysis. Because of so many essential physique features, potassium is undoubtedly necessary for our wellbeing, in a way that if it's not included in ample volume it could limit all these body capabilities and even bring about uncomfortable side effects upon our health and wellness.

What's Potassium Insufficiency?

A medical problem that our own body isn't able to preserve the quantity of potassium needed for it's day-to-day running is referred to as potassium deficit or simply hypokalemia. This kind of deficiency of potassium in the human body might be dangerous taking into consideration it provides a significant part to perform in several system operations - that are likely to be impacted by the shortage of it around the human body. Even though potassium levels with the range of 3.6 to 5.2 mmol/L is regarded as ordinary, potassium levels down below 2.5 mmol per liter is recognized as minimal and needs quick medical treatment.

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Anne Says:

I just want to know if I can stop using aspavor, wikthout any side affects. It was wrongly describe to me.

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CD Says:

I have a bipolar disorder. I was placed on a Lipitor generic 6 weeks ago. I am having more problems with my bipolar disorder with thoughts of suicide, anxiety etc, muscle aches & pains, chest pain

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diane Says:

hi my doctor has just put me on 20mg aspavor .My cholesterol reading was 9.2,its the very first time that its shot up this high,and it scares me.How do I feel calm again,how long will aspavor take to drop cholesterol level,as an added disaster im a diabetic type two.what can I do to help this whole big situation.I have changed my eating habits.

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Isabel Says:

I asked the doctor before I started taking the Aspavor 20mg, if this is gonna be a life time commitment and she said yes, I nearly dropped off the chair and I am only 42 years old. I am now sweating a lot at night and I experience a cramp on the side of my heart almost everyday, I do not know if this is normal.

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