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imprint code M on on one side and A2 on the other. This should be Atenol 25mg ## Yes, it is, a generic for Tenormin. It is used to treat cardiovascular diseases and hypertension. Some of the most common side effects include: indigestion, constipation, runny/stuffy nose and fatigue. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Tenormin.
Fri, Aug 15 '08, 1:12 PM
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why can't you eat grapefruit while taking atenolo??? ...
Updated 8 years ago.
Sat, Aug 01 '09, 7:04 AM
Atenolol is a selective β1 receptor antagonist, a drug belonging to the group of beta blockers (sometimes written β-blockers), a class of drugs used primarily in cardiovascular diseases. Introduced in 1976, atenolol was developed as a replacement for propranolol in the treatment of hypertension. It works by slowing down the heart and reducing its workload. Unlike propranolol, atenolol does not readily pass through the blood–brain barrier, thus decreasing the incidence of centr...
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Dear all Medical Practioners in this Forum. I am having a mild Hypertension with 130/90 at the most. I had been prescribe by the Doctor with Atenolol 50mg/day and Nifidepine 3x daily. I did read before that Atenolol tend to give you a Psoarasis and this had appeared on me somewhere at my right leg. Can I change this prescription later? Please advise me as to what are the best remedial actions to be taken before things get out of control. Thank You. ## Sorry, there are no medical practitioners on this site. However, if the drug is causing unwanted and unpleasant side effects, you should discuss it with your doctor. There are other options available that you can use. ## I stopped taking Atenolol on my own 2-3 weeks ago when I read about possible problems resulting in my decision. Can I st... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Atenolol + Chlorthalidone.
Mon, Jul 03 '17, 11:42 AM
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white pill with a 50 on one side with something else too small to see and the numbers 5777 on the other side. ## Based on the description provided, I found your pill to be Atenolol (50 mg). 5777 DAN 50 is the full imprint on the pill. Atenolol can be used to treat cardiovascular diseases and conditions such as hypertension, coronary heart disease, arrhythmias, angina (chest pain) and to treat and reduce the risk of heart complications following myocardial infarction (heart attack). To view information about Atenolol, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ...
Updated 7 years ago in Atenolol.
Wed, Jun 09 '10, 3:39 PM
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Updated 12 years ago in Atenolol.
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Updated 8 years ago in Atenolol.
Mon, Sep 07 '09, 8:02 PM
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im taking apo atennol 50mg beta blocker but stil thesame my bp 160/90,but i can't use otheres brand bcoz im getting palpitation,my cholesterol is 191 my LDL,im not taking treatment for cholesterol bcoz its to expensive ## What about trying something other than a beta blocker? There are other types of blood pressure medications on the market. I had similar type issues with the regular, straight beta blockers and the palpitations could just be due to your blood pressure being so high. You might want to check and see if Labetalol is available up there, it really helped me a lot when I had problems with the other medications and it stopped the palpitations for me, as well. Learn more Labetalol details here. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Labetalol.
Sat, Dec 29 '12, 6:47 PM
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is Atenolol 100mg the same than Nor Tenol 100mg, the label on the box reads: Atenolol 100g Nor Tenol 100g, Thanks ## From what I'm finding, Nortenol contains the active ingredient Diltiazem. Learn more Diltiazem details here. So it seems that what you may have is a combination medication that contains both the Diltiazem and Atenolol. This is often done to help get better control of someone's blood pressure. Learn more Atenolol details here. Was this medication prescribed for you? ## Thanks for replying, yes 10years ago I was prescribed with Propanolol at first and some years latter the doctor change it to Atenolol 100mg daily which has worked fine with me, but I came for visiting to the United States and brougth my pills but now I am planning to stay 2 weeks longer and beeing no... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Atenolol.
Wed, Jan 09 '13, 6:56 AM
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Updated 7 years ago in Atenolol.
Fri, Jun 04 '10, 1:10 PM
25mg atenol
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Is it safe to take livitra and take atenol,,this all i take,no other troubles..i am 66 ## There are no interactions listed between the two, but you should check with your doctor, or pharmacist to be certain. Did the same doctor prescribe them both, so they are aware you are taking them? ## What are the side effects of atenolol 25? I have been taking it for the last 9 years. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Levitra.
Sat, Jun 13 '15, 12:03 AM
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After 2 hours of taking this medication i get drowsy, my legs and feet. I can barely pick up my feet to out to the mailbox. Lost of appetite. ## This tablet contains the active ingredients Atenolol and Chlorthalidone, it is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and other cardiac diseases. Have you been carefully monitoring your fluid intake? The Chlorthalidone is a diuretic, which helps remove water from the body, to lower sodium build-up, which can contribute to high blood pressure, because one feeds off the other. High sodium leads to fluid build-up, fluid build-up increases the build-up of sodium, so it is kind of a vicious cycle. If you aren't taking in enough fluids, then you might be dehydrated and the symptoms you mentioned can occur if you are. Another possibility ... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Atenolol.
Sun, Jan 30 '11, 10:30 PM
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little white tablet would like to know good & bad effects ## please tell me the side affects of atenol chlor 50-25 ## Atenolol Chlorthalidone is a generic for Tenoretic, a combination of drugs used to help lower blood pressure. Atenolol is a beta-blocker and Chlorthalidone is a diuretic. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness, headache and frequent urination. Please, let me know if you have any other questions! ## I have been prescribed ateno/chlor 50mg by my doctor because my BP is higher than normal, i am 44 years old. Can anyone fill me in on side effects of drug and what to expect in the future ? ## drug prescribed by doctor.for mild high blood pressure. I would like to know ao any bad side effects if taken. this is a 25mg too be taken once a... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Atenolol.
Thu, Jan 13 '11, 7:25 AM
Atenolol Z 65
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you cannot depend on them z 65 one refill they work very good next refill hardly work company must mess up or the cheat the pulic get a dif ,,,,, brand i been taking atenolol for 14 yrs ## Have you talked to your doctor about it? If you've been taking the same medication for 14 years, it's highly possible that your body has built up a tolerance to it and it's just not working as well for you, as it used to. You may need to switch to a different medication. Do you take it for hypertension or for a different condition? Learn more Atenolol details here. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Atenolol.
Tue, Mar 12 '13, 9:29 AM
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ROUND WHITE PILL IMPRINTED Z67 FOR HBP ## If you are looking for more information on Atenolol please see Drugs/Atenolol.asp. Thank You! ...
Updated 11 years ago in Atenolol.
Mon, Dec 12 '05, 6:59 PM
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For 10 yrs I was using sandoz atenolol with great results. Went to fl could not locate Sandoz atenolol so I bought Mylan . Within a few days I started getting back pains and body pain. Within time it was hard to walk and move around, and wake up depressed. Then my left arm developed pain I could not even make a bed etc. my thought was I was getting arthritis. Went to cardio lecture dr said same medicine different manufacture gave different side effects. I located sandoz 4 days later I woke up told my husband the pain was gone. Then looked up Mylan and say their side effects. Started walking to much too soon cause leg problems ended in physical therapy. My husband had to push me in a walker for two weeks or so. ...
Updated 4 months ago in Atenolol.
Wed, Jun 28 '17, 8:19 AM
atenolol 25mg
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i have only taken 5 or 6 of the atenolol but my bp and my heart rate is flexirating way to much has dropped my heart rate ti 51 this morning so im not taking this anymore. im going to start taking a suppliment called under pressure . I have no other health problems except a sinas problem . i had always taken suppliments for my bp which worked fine until i went to a dr for my sinases and dr., gave me to nasal sprays which one of them name msg which is a seroid that caused mp bp to get out of control. Dr, put me on alodipine-benaz, which gave me tinnaus then he gave me lisinopril which swollen my tongue . can you give me any advice about the under pressure suppliment which i was told can elimanate high blood pressure after about 6 to 8 months of use. Thank You! ## Hello, Lacey! How are yo... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Atenolol.
Thu, Apr 17 '14, 12:06 PM
Atenolol 50MG
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small white pill ## If you're looking for more info on this drug you can go to the page for Atenolol. You can also start a new discussion forum on Atenolol from there. ...
Updated 12 years ago in Atenolol.
Thu, Oct 20 '05, 12:01 PM
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