Clopilet Cv 75

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Minipress XL 5 mg and cilacar 5mg

I suffered a CVA .the doctors prescribed minipress xl 5 mg and cilacar 5mg both in the morning and evening.i am also taking clopilet 75 and rosuvas 20.i am having severe pain in my right leg and right knee joint.now my doctor has directed me take minipress only in the evening.is it okay to stop minipress in the morning abruptly. ## It is always best to follow your doctor's instructions. The NIH warns that these medication may cause other side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. Have you made the change, yet? Has the pain improved? ## I am taking cilacar 10, starpress XL 50 Arkamin 0.01 for long. Now my legs are swelling and Dr has changed cilacar with minipress 5mg Is it OK ? Will lt control my BP and also get rid of eh swelling ? ...

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CVA-Lacunar stroke, HTN-T2DM

Recently I had suffered with the above condition and was prescribed Nurotem, Panpet 40, Clopilet 75 plus other diabeticdrugs. Please let me know howlong I can continue and whether it is safe. ...

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