Urbanol Safe To Use If Suffering From Hypertension.

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Nicole Says:

Is urbanol safe to take if your suffering from hypertension and did not take your hypertension meds for that day, for hypertension im currently on 8 mg Perindopril.
I suffer from anxiety however the main symptoms that i experience is numbness in the arms and legs and a fear of dying,I can be in confined to small spaces for to long and feel like im loosing it. Will urbanol help in alevating the anxiety symptoms especialy the numbness.

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Jenni Says:

If I have suffered a Syncope faint could it be from hypertension? and anxiety Some times I have palpitations for a very short time and breathing exercises help

I take a half 10mg Urbanol only when required as I also suffer from acute anxiety
I am 75 years old
I have found that when I use the exercise bike it eleviates the palpations Is this a good idea?

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Verwon Says:

Nicole, you should take your hypertension medication as prescribed, and not miss any doses. The NIH lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and irritability. Urbanol, which contains the active ingredient Clonazepam, also carries the risk of being habit forming.

Jenni, is the only medication that you are currently taking? Have you ever checked your blood pressure, after experiencing syncope?

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Shene Says:
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I am on Ridaq and amlodipin for hypertension and my doctor put mr on Espiride and Urbanol for anxiety and depression. My feet are swollen daily. What could be the cause

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Gail Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 2)

Hi I've just been diagnosed with hypertension and am on pearinda 4mg.today I said good bye to a child leaving for another province and I'm totally down.can I take 1 5mg urbanol today?

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