Enap H High Blood Pressure

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Hello, my mum is using enap pills which are hard to find in Bosnia. I would like to know if there is an adequate substitute for this medication. I would really appreciate it if someone let me know. Thanks ## Enap contains the active ingredient Enalapril - That said, you should try checking if there are other brands of this Enalapril available in your area. Either that, or you might also check what other medications are ACE inhibitors which might be suitable for high blood pressure and/or other heart conditions. There is a page on this site which lists - most of the brands are U.S. names, but the active ingredient is displayed next to it. Hope this helps. Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do... ...
Updated 7 years ago in Enalapril.
Mon, Nov 02 '09, 3:25 PM
Prexum Plus And St Johns Wort
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Can enapco(generic of prexum plus) be taken with St Johns Wort? ## Hi Andries, I did find a few details regarding this interaction, stating that ACE inhibitors (such as Enapco) have been reported to cause increased sensitivity to the sun, amplifying the risk of sunburn or skin rash. Because St. John's wort may also cause this problem, taking this herbal supplement during treatment with ACE inhibitors might add to this risk. It may be a good idea to wear a sunscreen or protective clothing during sun exposure if you take this herb while using an ACE inhibitor. One other bit of information notes that high blood pressure medication (with ACE) inhibitors should not be taken with St. John's Wort, although it does not explain why. While St. John's Wort is much better alternative th... ...
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