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cardivas 3 25 Its application, use, and side effects.
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I was on Ecosporin for a decade or so. Doctor has changed to Cardivas 3, 25 and 6, 5 after a week. Does cardivas have any advantage over that medicine? ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Sat, Oct 25 '14, 3:53 AM
stopping nexito plus 5mg
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I am suffering from DCM, diabetes, thyroid. I am taking ivanode, cardivas 10mg, tozaar 50, for cardiac problems. For diabetes I am taking glynase and glycomet sr 500 mg twice and mebaspa since 5 months to control loose stools as side effect of metformin. Also Eltroxin 25mcg. My cardiologist has prescribed nexito plus 5mg though I have no depression. I feel extreme daytime sleepiness and sleep for at least a couple or more hours in the daytime. Also gaining weight. What possible reason could the doc have for prescribing nexito plus 5mg? Can I stop taking nexito plus 5mg? ## My post has not received any replies yet. So am adding more details - Am from Chennai, India Experiences since my first post - condition is worsening - pls help. Severe chest pain, bloating with my tummy really bigger... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Glynase.
Thu, May 07 '15, 2:56 AM
Catheter, Enlarged Prostrate, Aldactone, CAD, Diabetes, TB
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My father is a 78 year old CAD patient for the last 10 years. He also became a diabetic last year. Last week he was diagnosed as having TB as well. A couple of days ago, he could not urinate. Prostrate was found to be moderately enlarged earlier. Now he is on catheter for the last 2 days. He is taking Cardivas 3.125, Cardace 2.5, Flavedon MR, Rosave 20, Deplatt A 75, AKT 4, Rantac 150, Urimax, and Aldactone (25). Are these medicines appropriate or should I stop any of these medicines. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Aldactone.
Thu, May 07 '15, 4:17 AM
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I have been prescribe with Aspirin Delayed Release Tablet USP Namely ECOSPRIN-150. Please intimate function of this tablet. ## i had a mild mi on march 2013.some thrombolysis is on that time ,after angio gram and treatment the blot clot is cleared.i had discharged to i am in routine life.i am 30 year old male.the doctor is adviced me to take the following long should i continue the tablets. prasita 10 mg,aldactone,cardivas,ecospirin 75mg,rosuvas 40mg,cardace 1.25mg. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Aspirin.
Mon, May 20 '13, 12:25 AM
Rozavel 10mg
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My father is having BP since 4+ years,he is TB Cured person(No Sugur). Why Rozavel 10mg and how long..? ## Rozavel contains the active ingredient Rosuvastatin, which is used to help lower cholesterol. Learn more Diclofenac details here. As to how long he needs to take it, it really depends on how severely high his cholesterol levels are and how he responds to it, plus lifestyle and dietary modifications. What other medications is he on? ## My father is having BP and sugar since 10+ years Recently he is having Kidney problem and doctor suggested caltive 0.25mg capsule. Why this one? ## my dad has bp prob frm past 3-4 yrs.. nw he is a CKD patient.. he takes medicine - cardivas 12.5 mg pan 40 emesnt 10 longizep rozavel 10 trika 0.25 clopilet 75mg are these tablets suitable & non side e... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Rosuvastatin.
Thu, May 08 '14, 11:05 PM

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