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 Edarbyclor Azilsartan Medoxomil + Chlorthalidone

Azilsartan is an angiotensin II receptor antagonist used in the treatment of hypertension, developed by Takeda. It is marketed in tablet form under the trade name Edarbi as the prodrug azilsartan medoxomil (INN). Contents 1 Medical uses 2 Contraindications 3 Interactions 4 Pharmacology 4.1 Mechanism of action 4.2 Pharmacokinetics 5 Chemistry 6 History 7 References Medical uses Azilsartan is used for the treatment of essential hypertension in adults.[1] Contraind...
Edarbyclor works great

I have had uncontrolled high bp 35 years. I am called hyper sodium sensitive and have been to many research drs. If you are on multiple bp drugs this one works alone. I read comments about the side effects and I find they are minimal. If your taking 3 or more bp medications you are having a lot more side effects than this med alone has. I highly recommend this for people that are struggling to find the medication ## Hello, Dan! How are you doing? I am so very glad this medication is working so well for you! Have you experience any of the typical side effects that FDA lists, such as nausea, diarrhea, increased urination, hypotension, and dehydration? Unfortunately, it may not work as well for others as it does for you, since we are all different. Are you on any other medications? ...

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side effects of edarbyclor

This med is amazing at bringing down by bp however I still feel like my head is foggy. My heart races to up 100. Does this go away ? This is week 2 ## How much fluid are you taking in each day? This medication contains Azilsartan and Chlorthalidone, the latter of which is a diuretic that removes excess fluid from your body. If you aren't taking in enough to make up for it, then dehydration could be what's causing your symptoms. Aside from the foggy headed feeling, it cause your blood pressure to drop too low sometimes, so your heart works harder to make up for it and that may be why it's racing. Have you consulted your doctor? ...

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I don't like it

After participating in an unrelated study, my BP was consistently high. So ok, time to get this under control. Doctor started me on the lower dose of edarbyclor. Two weeks on that and my BP was still high. So he upped the dose. Which I read on line is pretty typical. But this higher does? OMG! I'm dizzy all day. Not bad enough to prevent me from moving but darn uncomfortable. And my energy level is in the tank. Heart seems to be racing all the time. Dry mouth that just won't quit and it doesn't seem to matter how much water I drink. I have to wonder what the heck this could be doing to my kidneys. Oh and occasional diarrhea too! JOY! I told the doctor about the side effects and he suggested I now cut the pill in half. Do a half dose a day. But I see no change. I didn't t... ...

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how long does edarbyclor 40mg/12.5 mg tablet stay in your system ## According to the FDA, the elimination half-lives of the two active ingredients found in Edarbyclor (azilsartan and chlorthalidone) are approximately 12 hours. Based on what I've read, most medical experts agree that a drug is for the most part, completely out of your system after about 5 half-lives. That's roughly 60 hours (2 1/2 days) after your last dose, before you can expect it to be out of your system. I hope this helps! ...

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Edarbyclor (blood pressure medication)

This is a relatively new medication, one reason I'm reluctant to take any drug. Once thousands (millions) of people have taken a drug, over a longer time than they've originally been tested, a much broader (more accurate) picture is available. I've been prescribed at least three medications, over the years, that have been yanked from the market for safety reasons, and don't want this to happen again! The previous blood pressure med.'s I've taken have all had side effects I couldn't tolerate (dizziness, syncope, tiredness, water retention, etc,). Very frustrating! I trust my doctor, but no one knows what the "real world" results will look like, early on. Also, drug reps are hired to be pretty persuasive! I just want BP control with no (or tolerable) si... ...

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 NDC 60631-412
Edarbyclor Oral Tablet by Arbor Pharmaceuticals Ireland Limited ## Markings: AC;40;12;5 ## Shape: Round ## Color: Red ## Package Codes: 60631-412-07, 60631-412-30 ## Active Ingredients: Azilsartan Kamedoxomil + Chlorthalidone
 NDC 60631-425
Edarbyclor Oral Tablet by Arbor Pharmaceuticals Ireland Limited ## Markings: AC;40;25 ## Shape: Round ## Color: Red ## Package Codes: 60631-425-07, 60631-425-30 ## Active Ingredients: Azilsartan Kamedoxomil + Chlorthalidone
 NDC 64764-944
Edarbyclor 40/12.5 (Azilsartan Medoxomil (Azilsartan Kamedoxomil 42.68 mg) / Chlorthalidone) Oral Tablet by Takeda Pharmaceuticals America, Inc. ## Markings: AC;40;12;5 ## Shape: Round ## Color: Red ## Package Codes: 64764-944-07, 64764-944-30, 64764-944-90 ## Active Ingredients: Azilsartan Kamedoxomil + Chlorthalidone
 NDC 64764-994
Edarbyclor 40/25 Oral Tablet by Takeda Pharmaceuticals America, Inc. ## Markings: AC;40;25 ## Shape: Round ## Color: Red ## Package Codes: 64764-994-07, 64764-994-30, 64764-994-90 ## Active Ingredients: Azilsartan Kamedoxomil + Chlorthalidone

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