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I switched over to OLMAX 40 from Amalvos-H. Within 10 days use, I found ED and muscle paid of back(few muscle include the one which is used for back bending).The doctor is not accepting my observations and he says that you can continue with this medicine. ## Hello, Isak! How are you doing? Olmax contains the active ingredient Olmesartan and it can cause those types of symptoms as side effects, but they usually start to taper off, after your body gets used to the medication. That usually takes about 4 to 6 weeks, if they don't start to ease up after that, then you'll need to talk to your doctor about taking a different medication. Learn more Olmax details here. All medications carry the risk of causing side effects, you just really have to wait them for awhile to see if they go a... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Olmesartan.
Mon, Oct 28 '13, 4:02 PM
Olmax- 40
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Olmax-40 tablet is prescribed my doctor for BP. Has is it got any side effects ## All medications carry the risk of causing side effects. Olmax contains the active ingredient Olmesartan, it is an ARB that is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure. Learn more Olmax details here. It's possible side effects may include nausea, headache, dizziness and stomach pain. Are there any other questions or comments? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Olmesartan.
Tue, Aug 28 '12, 7:46 PM
Olmax 40 H
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Any other cheap medicine in place of Olmax 40 H ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Thu, Feb 14 '13, 8:23 PM
olmax 3d 40
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My medical shop told me that OLMAX 3d 40 is recalled back for some side effects. Is it true?. Can i get alternate medicine for OLMAX 3d 40 ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Tue, May 27 '14, 9:53 PM
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my doctor has prescribed me olmax 40 for high bp. has it any side effect? is it safe for long use? i'm 46, male,ht-5'5'', wt-75kg. recent bp-140/100 ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Sun, Mar 08 '15, 7:13 PM
Olmax N
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is it advisible to use olmax 40 on a regular basis ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Tue, Apr 05 '11, 11:04 AM
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I have been on Amlace for hypertension and my doctor changed it to Betadrop (a Beta blocker) which was causing swelling in the ankles and ED and to counteract the swelling in ankles he then prescribed Amifru 40 (1/2 tab x 2 a day). This did not reduce swelling much especially when standing or sitting for long periods. My new doctor has just now put me on OLMAX- H 20 mg 1x1 a day and stopped all previous drugs. OLMAX-H helped in passing much urine freely which was not so with the previous drugs. My new doctor says the swelling is more to do with varicose veins and not so much the previous drug. I still suffer with ED. I am 71 years old, and am perplexed & confused as I read about the adverse affects of these hypertension drugs on the I net. I also have had severe acidity especially i... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Blood Pressure.
Sat, Nov 19 '11, 9:33 AM
olmax 40 am tablet
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I have the problem of hypertension for the last 15 years. I was prescribed by the doctor to take ATLOL D every day & then Tonoric 50 but the range of my BP never gone below 170/110. Now I am prescrobed to take OLMAX 40 AM tablet.I am 55 years old & also facing the problem of uric acid. Please advice me. ## Many blood pressure and cardiac medications can cause elevated uric acid. The NIH lists the other typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. Has there been any change? How are you doing, now? ...
Updated 4 months ago in Blood Pressure.
Tue, May 30 '17, 10:51 PM

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