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i am 45 yr old man with bp 200 130 dr advise 1 tab loser 50 is it right
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Before 20 yr. I know my bp is 170/90 but l have not taken any drug but these days I have anal fistula when I go for operate dr says that you have very high bp 200/130 and advise tab. larsan 50 mg what I do ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Sat, Jun 14 '14, 5:01 AM
repace 50
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Tablet ## side effect of medicine repace 50 if use continusely ## Sorry, I can't find anything listed under this name, are you certain of the name and spelling? What country is it from? ## Repace 50 is reported to contain Losartan Potassium 50mg [1] and is used mainly to treat high blood pressure. You can read more about this medication at: Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do... References: [1] ## what are the side effects of Repace 50 taking daily ## what is the use of repace 50 mg & its side effect ## i am using repace 50, but are side effect ## please tell me the side effects of repace 50mg ## it is just loseratan potasium ...
Updated 5 years ago in Losartan.
Tue, Mar 13 '12, 8:06 AM
Generic Tramadol Tram-50
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white round pill with a NB on one side. it is a oral medicine that dissolves in the mouth. what is this. ## This tablet does not contain Tramadol, nor any type of prescription medication. This is an over the counter, homeopathic allergy remedy, the name is listed as Naturfort, but I cannot find an exact listing of the ingredients. The company the makes these uses the NB logo on all their tablets and they can only be distinguished by color. Are there any other questions or comments? ## What is up with this Tram-50? I think I just got screwed. i take tramadol for related problems in my loser back. Had i not had extra tramadol (the real med) i could have had serious consequences, because I know your noT suppose to stop this drug all at once. ...
Updated 6 years ago in Tramadol.
Mon, Mar 14 '11, 3:31 PM
is met forming 500mg,gabapentin,prednisone,blood thinners
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I am a diabetic and I am having surgery and need to know if any of my meds are blood thinners. I take prednisone 10mg, met forming 500mg, gabapentin 400mgs ## Hello, Kenneth! How are you? No, none of these are blood thinners, but you may still need to stop one, or more of them, before surgery, so it is always best to double check with your surgeon to be sure. The Prednisone can sometimes interact with some medications that are used during surgery, according to the NIH. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Having knee replace in one week should I stop my gabetine ## i am having surgery within 5 days must i stop taking atorvastatin ## My husband is having surgery and needs to stop blood thinners. Are any of these in that category:atorvastatin, carvedilol and loser tan? ## I am 77 yr... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Gabapentin.
Wed, Sep 06 '17, 8:18 PM
amlopres 5 Instead of Terazocine
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I am 62 years old and have blood pressure and prostate enlargement , taking terazocine 4mg and loser 50mg a day ,now I have been suggested to use loser 100mg and a Amlopres-5 and tamsolucine a day . What is your idea about this new drags. ## By using new prescribe how will be my blood pressure ,lower or higher ? ## Hi Mandi, Sorry to hear about your conditions. Unfortunately I haven't come across any specific details regarding a medication by the name of "Loser 100mgs"; however I am seeing that Amlopres (Amlodipine) is used to treat hypertension, and Tamsulosin is used (in men) to treat the symptoms of an enlarged prostate. So given the information in your description, it does seem to me that those two drugs are appropriate for the said conditions. The only other thing that ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Amlodipine.
Mon, Nov 17 '14, 11:05 AM

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