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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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Ovral L & high BP

Does Ovral L responsible for high BP. ## Under certain circumstances, the hormones in oral contraceptives may increase the risk of hypertension, especially in women over 35, women who smoke, or those that have been on them for a long period of time. There is no way, however, to say that it may only have been caused by taking them. Your doctor would have to be the one to help you discover a cause, if there is one and find proper treatment. Are there any other questions? ...

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High BP capsule

i need metolar 50 mg how to get it at valley green san jose ca ## Hello, Swaminathan! How are you? Metolar is listed by the FDA as being an Indian brand name for Metoprolol. In the U.S. this medication requires a doctor's prescription and then you'd get the prescription filled at a pharmacy. The FDA classifies this medication as being a beta blocker and its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain and hypotension. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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High BP problem

I am taking eritel ln40 and met xl 25, but bp is not controling. Please suggest me what I will do. ## What numbers are you seeing, when you check your blood pressure? The NIH lists the typical side effects of these medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. Your blood pressure will never hit any specific steady numbers and stay there, there will always be fluctuations. Do you also make sure to get lots of exercise and watch how much salt you take in, when eating? ...

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My BP is too high

I love one girl but it is one sided, because of that I having lots of tension. Recently my blood pressure went too high, it was 190/130. Doctors tried Clinidipine 10 mg for few days but its not coming down from 150/120. So now they gave Losar H 10mg. Is it good or else which medicine should I take. I am going through very bad phase. ## Clonodine works for me, it is blood pressure medication but i used it for withdrawl symptoms of coming off H, but i quite liked it. it took away my chest heavyness and racing heart and sweating. I have also used Prazosin (again, for a different medical condition, PTSD) -HOWEVER! When you start Prazosin, it increases your blood pressure, which the doctor did not tell me, and is very intense the first couple nights i thought i was going to have a heart atta... ...

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Codeine - High BP

Hi - I was taking Codeine for a number of years for severe pain, i was told i was suffering with osteoarthritis and eight Cocodamol a day did not touch the pain, whilst i was taking Codeine i was angry and little did i know my BP was very high, it was only when my BP was taken that i found out my BP was touching 200/ to cut a long story short after seeing a Neurologist and having tests it was discovered that my pain was being caused by Hereditary Motor Sensory Peripheral Neuropathy, i was taken of Codeine and put on Lyrica and Tramadol, my pain is now controlled i am no longer angry and my BP has been normal ever-since. So the story is this if you are taking any medication containing Codeine and are suffering with HIGH BP it may well be Codeine, so mention this to your doc. Warm Regards... ...

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high bp medicine

My bp is 150/82. I had coronary artery bypass graft surgery on 17-Sep-2013. Presently I am taking following bp medicine : Betaloc 75mg 2 times daily; Amlodopine 5mg daily; Frusemide 20mg daily + Potassium chloride 600mg daily. Pls advise how can I lower my HBP from 150 to 120. ## Try taking 1500 mg of fish oil a day. Mainly Krill oil. Fish oil works wonders for the brain, joints, cholesterol, memory, and bones in general. But should help you BP as well as long as you take it everyday. Natural compared to chemical. Any day! ...

Updated in Potassium Chloride
HIGH SYSTOLIC BP

I am aged 81.My systolic bp goes up to 80 after 6 hrs of taking medicine. say 180/79.if I increase dose bp comes down to less than 60. I take Amlodipine 5 mg +1mg +1mg clonidine at intervals of eight hrs. my doctor has prescribed telma H in addition to take along with amlodipine. Is it safe? ...

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losar h for high BP

Iam 34 years age. using losar h 50mg from past 1week. That time my BP was 170/120 doctor prescribed this.Whether I have to trake this for lifetime? Please give me a proper answer ## Hello, Jiju! How are you? A lot of it is really going to depend on you and your body. Some people do need to take medications to control their blood pressure for the rest of their lives, but some people do manage to control it quite well with proper diet and exercise. Learn more Losartan details here. Learn more Hydrochlorothiazide details here. That reading is very high and could put your life in danger, so it is best to use medications to bring it down as fast as possible, but in the future you can discuss your other options with your doctor. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

Updated in Losartan
High BP; 210 (systolic)

Combined use of: Flavendon MR, Repace 50 mg, Fibrovas, Corandil 5mg, Betaloc 50 mg, NicardiaRetard 10mg, Nitrocondil 2.6mg, Tragenta 5mg and Insulin 70/30. These were prescribed at the Apollo Hospital in Chennai for me, a 69 year old woman who has a history of 30 years of Hypertension and 28 years of Diabetes. ...

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Medicine For High Bp

i m 37 yeards old. I m Taking amodep-At and tablet contains Amlodipine 5mg , Atenolol Ip 50mg. I have high blood pressure last two years 140/100 .My Lower bp is high.Kindly advice that the tablet is good for me. If any tablet they have no side effects please suggest me. Thanks Lalit ...

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High Bp And Medicines

How do you diagnose essential hypertension? 140-150 systolic and 90 diastolic most of the time. feeling sleepy most of the time.Nature of work do not allow more than 4-5 hrs of sleep at night.Above normal body weight,Abdominal adipose high.Post 58 and post menopause stage. Advisability of taking medicines to lower BP.What problems can occur due to different forms of medicines ? ## High BP is a condition which has many causes.There are many drugs and each drug has a different mechanism of action.It is possible that often without identifying the correct cause a drug is recommended.The question is-can the use of drug for hypertension cause other medical conditions in a patient? ## Essential hypertension is the classification of your condition that is decided when no other cause has been fo... ...

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Took 1/2 cuz BP was high

I took a half a pill tonight because my BP was high until I can talk to Dr in AM is this ok? ## What amount are you usually supposed to take? How high was your BP? In most cases no, you shouldn't try to add more of your medication, even half a tablet, because most of these medications don't work that fast, so it won't do anything to help in the period of time, before you'd see your doctor, anyway. Learn more: Lisinopril Details In addition, whether or not your BP is considered high, or going high again will also depend on other factors, such as the time of day you checked it, your stress levels, what you had eaten, where you recently active and etc. Your doctor will usually base their assessment on several readings, not just one. It is completely normal for your BP to fl... ...

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High Urea

I am a 63 year old Indian (Asian) male. I have been taking medications for high BP for the past 15 years. Currently I am taking - Coversyl AM 4/5, Lorvas SR, Angispan TR 2.5 mg, Clopitab 75 mg, Nefrosave, Febuget 40 mg. In the last 6 months (Aug 2013 to Feb 2014) my urea level has gone up from 55 to 100, uric acid from 3.0 6.0 and serum creatinine remained at 2.0. Electrolytes continue to remain within the range. I do not observe any physical changes such as swelling of feet or tiresomeness. I am agile and active. Could you please suggest a way out to keep my urea within the range? I am a strict vegetarian and don't even eggs. Do you suggest any restrictions on specific vegetables. Or, is dialysis the only answer? ## i can give parmanent solution for bp and for ur health=====don... ...

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High Bp Medicine..detail

I'm a 31 year old male. I came to know that I'm having high Bp two years back. At that time it was 160/90. My doctor suggested to take tazloc 40 and metpure xl 25 twice a day. Now my avg pressure is 130/85. While consulting another Doctor he told me that instead of twice take the medicine at night only. Please suggest whether I need to take it twice or once? If I switch to once will there be any problems? ...

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By mistake had high power bp

i am 26 old suffering with high bp after delivery its continuing. Doctor prescribed to take ln bloc 10 mg.I am using this medicine from past 2 months.bymistake I have taken ln bloc 20 mg for 1 week.now I suffering severe headache neck pain and nerves pain.any prbm for this ? ...

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High bp medicine side effect

Sir I m 60 year old, suffering from high bp from last 15 to 20 years. Losar H taken every morning from last 15 years and add another medicine stamblo 5 from last 7 years. some times taken medicine Angizaar H & stamblo it is advisable. pl give side effect for taking long time. pl give remedy also. message send in my e-mail address. thanking you. ...

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taking cardace without high bp

my husband is havinh high bp and is advised to take cardace 5mg twice a day. i have been taking the same medicine out of love. i do not have high bp. its been 2 weeks that im taking cardace and no problem. i want to knowif this will affect my normal health? ...

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higher bp, stuffy nose, and insomnea

I had no luck with this medication at all. Im sure it works for some but i didnt like it from the first time i took it. My first dose caused me to be dizzy dilusional (hard to think strait or consentrate or anything) my Dr said stay on it to see if it goes away. It did but swelling in my ankles, insomnea, and stuffed up nose and the weirdest thing when i would eat my heart would race and my bp would go through the roof highest i had it was 170/96 . I was on 80mg lisinopril and 10mg amlodipine for 8+ years with no problems but a caugh found out i was allergic to the licinopril. Now my Dr is trying carvidilol so far so good. I just wanted to say you know your body and what will and wont work. There are hundreds if not thousands of bp meds find one you like. ## You are correct, you do know... ...

Updated in Losartan
High BP not reducing with medicines

Hi, my mother has High BP. It was 140/90 for the past few years.. But for the last one month it has gone up to (150-160)/(100-110). She is 49 years old. She is using Concor 2.5mg, Ln block 10 (twice a day) and Aldactone 25 mg. But still the BP is at the same level. She even consulted a cardiologist but everything is normal. Please suggest what can be done to reduce the BP. Can someone suggest any dietary changes or any medications that can reduce the BP? ## Hello, Srao! How is your mother doing? Some people are sodium sensitive, according to the NIH, so she might do better if she lowers her salt intake as much as possible. Eating healthy low fat foods can also help, so can exercising. She can also speak to her doctor about raising the dosage of her medications, or trying different ones.... ...

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