Coveram 10

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Coveram 10/10
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How long does it take to become effective and reduce blood pressure from the start of the treatment? ## Hi, Tatow! How are you? This contains the active ingredients Perindopril and Amlodipine. It will take about 4 to 6 weeks for it to reach its full effectiveness in your body. That's about the same time that the side effects, if you have any, will reach their peak in intensity and start to taper off. They may include nausea, dizziness, headache and hypotension. You can learn more Peridopril details here and there are more Amlodipine details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thank You So Much.Being a new patient on this medication,I do confirm That You are perfectly right.. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Perindopril.
Tue, Jun 25 '13, 7:12 PM
Coveram 5mg
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I am 57 and have been taking coveram 5mg for 6 months. About 4 months ago my face started looking like it was permanently sunburnt. My doctor has taken me off it and put me on Coversyl 10mg. Will my face return to its normal colour and if so how long will it take? ## Hello, Annalise! How are you? It depends on what caused the facial flushing. How high is your blood pressure? High blood pressure can cause that in some people and if that's what caused it, it may linger. If it was due to the medication, then it should only take a few weeks for things to return to normal. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Hi Verwon Thanks for your reply. My blood pressure was normal whilst taking the Coveram. I have been taking a different bp medication for the last month and the redness has go... ...
Updated 28 days ago in Blood Pressure.
Wed, Sep 20 '17, 8:47 AM
taking coveram 10/10
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Am 56, my suffer from high blood pressure,doctor prescribed me 3 days ago Coveram 10/10, I was taking Dilatrand 25 and still also he added me fludex lp. My question is about this combination if it goes altogether? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Blood Pressure.
Fri, Jan 30 '15, 8:15 AM
coveram using
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Hello, dear doctor. I'm 65 years old and I was using Tritace 10 mg (1 daily), Natrilix SR 1.5 mg (1/2 or 1 daily) and Noten 50 mg (1/2 daily) for my high blood pressure for the past 8 years.Now the cardiologist asked me to change to Coveram 10/5, because my medications are too old now. After 10 days taking Coveram I noticed that my average blood pressure from 137/81 became 134/78 which is almost the same, but my pulse increased from 64 to 75 (in average). What is the normal pulse should be in my age? And can I stay on Coveram only or add Noten (1/4 or 1/2 tablet) with it? Or get back to previous medications? Your opinion is very important to me. Thank you. Kind Regards, Jack ## I live in Australia, New South Wales, Sydney. I concern about the pulse. After I started Coveram it became... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Blood Pressure.
Wed, May 24 '17, 12:06 PM
side effect of coveram 10
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I was using olmetec 20 and amlodipine 5 mg for my high blood pressure for the past 7 years. Now the cardiologist asked me change to civeram 10. After I take this I had recurrence of CSR eye problem and swollan ankle. Can I get back to previous medication. Tnx. Jahan ## Hello, Jahan! How are you? That is entirely up to your doctor. Why did he want you to switch? If the other medications were working, there is no need to change. Other side effects may also possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination and hypotension. You may also need a diuretic due to the swelling. What have your blood pressure levels been? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Amlodipine.
Thu, Jul 30 '15, 3:06 PM
cataflam and coveram 10/10
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I am 64 very active and on coveram 10/10 sometimes I need to take cataflam. My question: Can I take the coveram 10/10 in the morning and later in the day cataflam if I am injured, and trying to get over my injury mainly inflamation in the knee. I had my cartlage on both knees removed the early years, and ocassionally it flares up thanx ## Hello, Basil! How are you? Actually, you need to check with your doctor, before taking Cataflam. It contains the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory Diclofenac, which can sometimes cause fluid retention and elevated blood pressure as side effects, according to the FDA. Thus, it may not be safe for you to take, if you have high blood pressure or a cardiac condition. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I'm 60yrs my Bp is 170/110.Dr prescrib to take... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Cataflam.
Sun, Jan 29 '17, 1:14 PM
Side Effects Of Coveram 10
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Hello, dear doctor, my mum ate converam three days, she had a serious dry cough, shopped two weeks, but she still dry cough heavily, do you think the dry cough is still because of the converam medicine, if it does, could you please advice how to treat it? Your earliest reply will be very appreciated. Kind Regards Hope ## I am not a doctor, but Coveram contains Amlodipine and Perindopril, both of which are used to help treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. And they have been known to cause a cough as a side effect in some people, but it usually goes away, when they switch to a different medication. Learn more Amlodipine details here. Learn more Perindopril details here. Has she consulted a doctor? If she is still coughing, then it is possible that it's not related... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Amlodipine.
Sun, May 22 '16, 12:30 AM
coveram 10/10 and Potassium
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I take salt tablets during exercise due to the heat in the tropics & sweating. They have Potassium in them, they stop me cramping. Is there a problem or would I recognise it if there was? ## Hello, Adrian! How are you doing? Has your potassium level been checked? That is what would provide you with an answer. Levels that are too high or too low can be very dangerous. Thus, it's best to have it checked regularly, especially if you've been taking supplements that contain it. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thanks, will do that. ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Sat, Nov 16 '13, 3:11 PM
side effects of coveram 10/5
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Hi. I am taking Coveram 5 dys now. I am experiencing a dry irritating cough with this medication. Will the cough subside soon, or will I have to change my medication? ## hi.....I am taking coveram 5/ I take another medicine for my high blood pressure? ## Hi. I've been taking coveram 10/5 for a week now and my gout is much worse. Can coveram help treat gout? Thanks. ...
Updated 9 days ago in Allergies, Cough & Cold.
Mon, Oct 09 '17, 5:06 AM
side effects of coveram 10/10
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I cant sleep while taking coveram10/10, it is normal? how long the side effects will lasts? the DR gave me 60 tablets for 2 months.. ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Sat, Mar 22 '14, 5:32 AM
disadvantage of coveram 5 10
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When you are maintaining this drug is their a possibility u get pregnant? ## Yes, you could still become pregnant while taking it, though once you discover you are, you should inform your doctor, as soon as possible, to make sure it is safe for you to continue taking it. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 4 months ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Wed, May 31 '17, 11:00 PM
does Coveram 10 cause cold legs?
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I have been taking Coveram 10 for about 2 years and other blood pressure medication for about 7 years before that. I suffer from cold legs and the problem has been getting steadily worse so that they are cold even in 35 degree heat, and even when my feet get warm. I have been told by my TCM practitioner that my kidney energy is extremely low. Is there a connection with the kidney energy and blood pressure medication? I also have muscle cramps in my legs and feet. ## Hello, Duffiana! How are you? Yes, the medication could be causing Reynaud's syndrome, I've had it happen to me before with a couple that I tried, as well. Have you consulted your doctor? You'll likely need to switch to a different high blood pressure medication. As to the TCM and kidney energy, I am sorry, but I... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Blood Pressure.
Wed, Feb 26 '14, 6:40 PM
side effects of coveram 10/10mg
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I take 10/10 mg everyday. I have some problems. 1. back pain. 2. Weakness. 3. Slipping problem ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Mon, Jun 16 '14, 3:00 AM
Alternatives to Coveram 5/10mg
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What is an alternative way or different drugs to lower blood pressure? I'm a 24 year old female and I'm getting pregnant. Waiting for your response.. Thanks! ...
Updated 8 months ago in Blood Pressure.
Sat, Feb 11 '17, 7:29 AM
Plan to stop taking coveram5/10
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Im 34 years old, am taking coveram 5/10 since 2012, i have issues with my bp, hence my doctor advice me to used coveram 5/10 noww my bp is normal.. i am trying to do some exercise to loss weight,from 120kg now 115kg my question is, can i stop taking coveram?? I want your opinion before consulting my doctor.. Awaiting for your response..thank you ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Wed, Oct 28 '15, 9:44 PM
Coming off Coveram
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I am 54 years old, on Coveram 5/10 and I'm pretty certain that I could manage my blood pressure on my own with diet and exercise. I think I was put on it too hastily without really giving these other ways a good go first. I want to stop taking Coveram and try on my own. What are the risks in stopping Coveram suddenly? ## Hello, Jules! How are you? It could cause your blood pressure and heart rate to rebound, which could cause them to hit dangerously high levels. When going off of a medication like this, you should taper off slowly, with your doctor's supervision. The FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination and hypotension. What are your current levels? ## My doctor has said that I should be 130/... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Blood Pressure.
Wed, Sep 30 '15, 9:56 PM
Coveram and Viagra
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I am taking Coveram 5mg/5mg , can I take Viagra or Cialles pills with it. I am 55 years old with good health. ## HI, Adam! How are your blood pressure levels? That is what needs to be looked at, before you take something such as Viagra or Cialis. They work in a similar way that blood pressure medications do, but dilating blood vessels and improving blood flow, thus there is a chance that combining them could cause your blood pressure and heart rate to fall too low and put you in danger. The best suggestion I can make is that you check with your doctor, before doing so, due to the risks. ## Hi I'm Jose can I take sildenafil with coveram 10 /5 ...
Updated 1 year ago in Viagra.
Sun, Nov 01 '15, 6:24 AM
coveram 10/5 substitute in India
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Can you suggest a substitute tablet for Coveram 10/5 in India..... ## may i know where i will get this bp tablets in India ...
Updated 5 months ago.
Tue, May 09 '17, 11:42 AM
Side Effects Of Coveram 10/10 MG TAB
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I waS PRESCRIBED BY MY DOCTOR TO TAKE THIS MEDS FOR A WHILE BECAUSE OF TOO HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE AND HEADACHE FOR ALMOST 2 WEEKS. ## HI, Mikey! Sorry about the issue that you've been having. How are you feeling today? Coveram contains the active ingredients Perindopril and Amlodipine, it is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, stomach pain and hypotension. Learn more Perindopril details here and there are more Amlodipine details here. ## I am having kidney priblems I had operations on both knees. I suffers with vetigo I have a spine problem and plenty inflammation in my body. Please lrt me know if coveram is good for me to take I also have acid reflux. ## Hi I am suffering from high blood pressure a... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Perindopril.
Wed, Dec 28 '16, 2:40 PM
Sudden stop of taking coveram 10-10
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Hi may I ask if I stop the coveram suddenly ?is there any bad effect monitoring my BP and as of now everyday is normal. ## Yes, it could cause a rebound elevation in your blood pressure and heart rate, which may reach dangerous levels, according to the NIH. Why did you stop taking it? Are you on any other medications? ...
Updated 11 months ago in Blood Pressure.
Sat, Oct 29 '16, 10:34 PM

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