Tazloc Beta 25 Vs Concor Cor 2.5

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dgraja Says:

I am a 45 year old male. I was taking Losanorm H 50 - 1 no and Concor Cor 2.5 - 02 for my BP condition and the average BP was maintained around 130/90. Recently my Doctor changed the medication to 1 no Tazloc Beta 25 in the morning and 1 no Amlodipine 5 in the evening. I am taking this revised medicine for the last 10 days and is suffering from abnormal variation in BP - sometimes it is spiking up to 160/100. My Doctor advised me to continue with this combination for 6 wks and to make a decision thereafter whether to increase the dosage. I shall request for reply on when can I expect my BP to stabilize and / or what medication may be better for me? My lipid profile is normal now and I apparently have no other complication.

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Verwon Says:

It can take 4 to 5 weeks for your body to adjust to the medication change, which is likely why your doctor asked you to take it for a full 6 weeks, before making any other changes.

The NIH lists the typical side effect as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension.

Are these the only medications you're currently taking?

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Raja Says:

The current medication is:
Morning - Amlodipine 5 + CTD 6.25 - 01 each
Night - Tazloc Beta 25/40 (Telmisartan 40 MG+Metoprolol 25 MG) - 01 no since last two months now. Still the BP range is 150/100. I am also maintaining a regimen of 45 mins brisk walking. My BMI is 23.58 which is within limit for my Ht & Wt. Apparently I don't have any other problem.
Request suggestion to improve the situation.

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