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my bp is 160-110.Plz. tell me , can I take Depin 10 ## My bp is 180/70 i am taking depin 10 ;3 yimrs a day but it is rrducing to 155/65 foa a short period. Can i increase the dosr? ...
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Sun, Nov 30 '14, 9:53 AM
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Updated 6 years ago.
Fri, Sep 02 '11, 6:42 AM
Depin 10 In Pregnancy
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Is depin 10 safe to use during an 8 month pregnancy? What is the recommended dose? ## Is depin 10 is safe in 6the month of pregnancy with 10 cm fibroid in uterus. ## My wife is 9th months pregnant and her blood pressure is 140/90... The Dr suggested that she take depin 10mg. Is this medication safe to take during one's pregnancy? What are the possible side effects? ...
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Wed, Jul 26 '17, 6:45 AM
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Hi, I am Reema, my doctor recommended me Depin 10mg daily basis and I have been regularly using the same but during 7th month my baby movement is not responsible immediately I informed my doctor and after ultrasound doctor said the baby is not alive. My question is that whether depin 10mg recommended during pregnancy? ...
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Sun, Feb 08 '15, 7:36 AM
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so far ny wife is prescribed : TG TOR 20 mg 1 tab/day Deplatt 20 mg 1 tab/day Coversyl Plus 1 tab/day Depin Retard 20 mg 1 tab/day she had a partial block in left Carotid vain. but yesterday, we received: LOPRIN 75 mg for Depin Retard and ZOSTA 10 mg for TG TOR. are they ok? ## Loprin is a low dose aspirin to slow clotting of the blood ## Yes, that is odd. Depin Retard contains the active ingredient Nifedipine, which is an anti-anginal medication and the Lopin is, as Donna said, Aspirin, used as a blood thinner. They are not interchangeable. The TG TOR contains Atorvastatin and the Zosta contains Simvastatin, they are in the same class of medications and are used to lower cholesterol, so switching from one to the other here isn't really a problem. Who made the switch? Was it ordered... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Aspirin.
Sun, Feb 20 '11, 8:17 AM
Pregnant/ took aspirin
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I am four months pregnant and took 325mg of aspirin before realizing.I.wasn't suppose to should I be concerned or will I be ok ## Hi, i'm in 20th week of pregnancy, past 2 days i feel pain & some discomfort in my lower abdomen. so i consult my Dr. she Rx tab. Depin 10mg, 3 daily, and Tab,Duvadilan 3 tab daily for 15 days? is this safe??? ## Diana, Aspirin can increase the risk of bleeding and pregnancy complications, past the first trimester, so you should consult your doctor and make sure they know that you took it, even though you didn't a lot. anith008, Duvadilan contains the active ingredient Isoxsuprine, it is used to increase blood flow. The Deplin tablets contain a form of Folic Acid, which is vital to a health pregnancy. Since you are pregnant, you should follow ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Aspirin.
Sun, Dec 13 '15, 12:21 AM
BP high
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Sir, My wife age 44 yrs she is having high diabetes with high BP. I checkup her at Appolo Chennai, Kolkata and several local doctors. Some time diabetes control but BP not controlling. She is taking medicine for BP control TAZLOC 40 2 times but BP counting Min with in (120-135) and high (180-195). To day i call one my known doctor for suggesting medicine he suggested me Cap Depin 10 Mg. Pl advice me how she can control BP. Thx, ## Combined effect of: Flavendon MR, Repace 50 mg, Fibrovas, Korandil 5mg, Betaloc, Nicardia Retard 10mg, Nitrocontin 2.6 mg, Human Mixtard 70/30, Tragenta 5mg. ...
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Tue, Oct 01 '13, 2:59 PM
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can someone help with this encoding on my rx it is m362; it is suppose to be a vicodin; please respond asap before I take ## Yes M-362 is a vicidin 10 mg 660 mg of acetaminophen or otherwise known as tylenol. there are so many different brands of vicidin (pharmaticital companies) but asking is good ## Yes, that ID is correct, this is a generic for Vicodin, a narcotic pain reliever. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. ## i was prescribed hydrocodone 7.50 now dose changed to hydroco apap 10 660mg tab are they stronger than the 7.50 what about side effects ## yes its a vicodin hp (10mg/660mg) vicodin in 7.5mg/500mg or .5mg/500mg are vicodin es ## yes its stronger. your mg may go up depinding on how long u have t o take or on your to... ...
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