What Is Telista-h And Systel Tablet Used For?

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rish Says:

My wife is suffering from high blood pressure and head swinging. She has been prescribed telista-h and systel. Would like to know more about these two drugs.

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Verwon Says:

Hi, Rish! How are you and your wife?

Telista-H contains the active ingredients Telmisartan and Hydrochlorothiazide, this combination is most commonly used to help lower blood pressure.

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

You can learn more Telmisartan details here and there are more Hydrochlorothiazide details here.

Systel is listed as containing Prochlorperazine, which is most commonly used to treat nausea and vertigo, so it was likely prescribed for the dizziness that she's been experiencing.

You can learn more Prochlorperazine details here.

Its side effects may include drowsiness and dry mouth.

Is there anything else I can help with? Are there any other questions or concerns?

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rish Says:

Thank you so much . Your response appreciated .

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brar Says:
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hi my mum is suffering fron hypertesion and even wid cad due to.high cholesterol and tryglycerides above boderline is telista is best for her???????

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brar Says:
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hi is discount card can be also favourable in India???

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Dasari Says:

I am not a diabetic but having blood pressure of 140/90 and using Telama 40mg daily. I knew that there were side effects with this drug. So I would like to know of any suitable drugs without side effects.

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Sivaiah Says:

Having BP 140/80...what is the alternate tablet to Telesta 20 as it is not available in the stores now?

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