Amlong A What Type Beta Block Or Calcium Blocker

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Amlong Mt 50 ;amlong mt 25
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bp is 170/104 dr has started with these two drugs is it safe to take such higj dose please do suggeste what to do should i take anothet drs opionon my age is 44 male ## I am advised to take Amlong MT 25- one tablet per day. Can I take half tablet of Amlong 50.MT Yamini Pradhan ## Komal, this medication contains the active ingredients Amlodipine and Metoprolol, a calcium channel block and a beta blocker and yes, higher dosages are often used at first, because it is necessary to try to bring your blood pressure down fast. The current readings are dangerous. Learn more Amlodipine details here. Learn more Metoprolol details here. And Yamini, I am not familiar with this tablet and, since it is bilayered and may have some type of special release mechanism, I can only advise you to check with ... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Amlodipine.
Mon, Sep 01 '14, 1:51 AM
amlopres at & am long Mt
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What is difference between these two medicines, pl specify their respective use. ## Hi, Sharma! I'm always happy to help, if I can! Amlong AT contains the active ingredients Amlodipine and Atenolol, so it combines a calcium channel blocker with a beta blocker, this combination is most commonly used to help treat high blood pressure, but is also sometimes used for certain cardiac conditions. Amlong MT contains Amlodipine and Metoprolol, so it just has a different beta blocker in it, but it's used to treat the same types of conditions. It's really just that the same medications don't always work for everyone, so there are generally several combinations available to provide other treatment options. Side effects for both may include nausea, dizziness, headache and hypotensio... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Amlodipine.
Wed, Jun 03 '15, 11:01 PM

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