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Peter Senga ## Hi, Peter! How are you? Ridaq is listed as containing the active ingredient Hydrochlorothiazide, which is a diuretic that helps remove excess fluid from the body to treat conditions such as hypertension/high blood pressure, congestive heart failure and edema. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, dehydration and headache. Learn more Ridaq details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Diuretic.
Tue, Aug 27 '13, 12:21 PM
Ridaq tablets
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Is there anything better than ridaq to lower my bp. Ridaq does not lower my bp low enuf ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Sat, Aug 13 '16, 1:23 AM
ridaq asprin 25mg
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What time of day should be taken ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Wed, Nov 06 '13, 11:22 AM
ridaq 25mg tablet
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I am male 63 and am taking 1 per day for high bp. My weight is dropping and I have had no libido for 5 years. What can i use? ## Hello, Andy! How are you? How much fluid do you take in each day? This medication contains Hydrochlorothiazide, which removes fluid from the body. Given the weight loss, it may be removing too much and causing dehydration. The lack of libido is also a common side effect of it, as reported by the FDA, you may also experience nausea, dizziness and headache. You might be better off trying a different medication. Have you discussed these problems with your doctor? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Diet / Weight Loss.
Tue, Dec 22 '15, 2:34 PM
what is ridaq pills used for
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i was discharged from hospital 2 days for hypertension, physician put me on ridag 12,5 mg and amloc 10mg and hypotone 250mg, only use the all three togethere once a day, hypotone, three times a day, feeling very drowzy, is the pills too much for me, im only hypertensive and 35 years old. ## According to NIH reports, drowsiness and fatigue can be normal side effects of this medication, you may also experience nausea, dizziness, headache, and increased urination. It is also normal to feel a but awful, for awhile, due to being used to your body running at a higher blood pressure level and heart rate, so your body has to get used to the changes. However, if it becomes too severe, you should consult your doctor. Has there been any change, yet? ## Thank you very much Verwon, ive noticed im be... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Blood Pressure.
Sun, Jan 01 '17, 2:13 AM
High blood pressure ,ridaq 12 5
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What is the purpose of ridaq 12.5 what are the side effects when you drink the pills and how long can you drink them ## The U.S. FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and dehydration. You should take them as long as your doctor instructs you to do so. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Blood Pressure.
Wed, Oct 26 '16, 5:52 PM
Taking Ridaq for dizziness and headaches
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I am 30 years old and always feeling dizzy with headaches. Do you think I could take Ridaq for relief? Please help because I don't know if I have high blood pressure. ## This medication is listed as containing Hydrochlorothiazide, which is a diuretic that is used to remove excess fluid from the body. The NIH warns that it could actually cause dizziness, and headaches, as side effects, along with nausea, increased urination, and hypotension. Are you on any other medications? Have you consulted a doctor to see what might be causing your symptoms? ## I take ridag tablets been t my bp is 116/67 can I continue taking them even if I suffer from dizziness ...
Updated 1 month ago in Blood Pressure.
Mon, Oct 16 '17, 1:11 PM
high blood pressure, coveram, pharmapress, ridaq
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I was placed on coveram 10/10, but can't always afford it, can I use phaemapress 10 my in the meantime, until I can afford it again, , couple off years ago, I used a different high blood pressure tablet, with ridaq and something to prevent gout ( can't remember those names), what is your suggestion, for me to do ...
Updated 4 months ago in Perindopril.
Wed, Jul 12 '17, 2:05 AM
do ridaq 12 5mg and ciplavasc 5mg contain aspirin
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I was diagnosed high blood pressure a few years ago, and started taking ridaq 12.5mg ciplavasc 5. since then I have developed flu that doesn't go away. I have used so many medication without help. Because of this flu and allergic to dust and aspirin_ not sure about aspirin, but I have developed polyps 3 years ago and my doctor gave me prednisone 5mg for treatment and they go away, but immediately when the medication get finished, the polyps start to develop again in my nasal. I cannot go for operation because once I use prednisone they disappear. My doctor told me that prednisone are not repeat because they can be very harmful. Please help!!! I am unable to sleep at night, and if I do I have to breathe through my mouth, and my mouth gets very dry as a result. My wife has started com... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Aspirin.
Wed, Aug 23 '17, 9:24 PM
Ridaq 12.5 mg, Panamor 50, Prednisone and vitamin supplements
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I am taking ridaq 12.5mg, panamor 50, prednisone and vitamin supplements - Is this combination advisable? ...
Updated 7 months ago in Prednisone.
Mon, Apr 03 '17, 10:50 PM
Medication consultation
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I am using half of a Ridaq tablet, one Pharmapress tablet and one Vitamin B tablet. I have high blood pressure and my problem is weight loss. I am getting thinner and sweat at night and my feet are getting swollen. What needs to be done to stop weight loss and feet swelling? ## Hi. I was takimg Ridaq. My doc has now put me on purbloka 40mgs. I dont have headaches or urinate as often as i used to. My bp is now normal & i feel really good ...
Updated 2 months ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Sat, Sep 02 '17, 11:04 PM
Disprin & aspirin
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Is there any disprin or aspirin in ciplavasc or pharmapress or ridaq as I am going for an op & must stop taking tablets if there is ## hai po bakit d pa ako nag regla until n0w pag PT ko p0 negative an0ng gaM0t ang inumin k0...? tnx ## Hello, Cheryl! How are you? No, none of those medications contain Aspirin. They are all used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. The typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, dehydration and hypotension. However, please make sure that your doctor knows you are taking them, before the surgery occurs. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Aspirin.
Sat, Aug 29 '15, 3:21 PM
Jadelle and blood pressure medications
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Can I use Jadelle whilst I am on BP medications Enalapril 20 mg and Ridaq 12.5mg once a day? ## Has your doctor approved your using it? Since it contains only a form of Progesterone and it does not usually cause blood pressure issues in most women. It's usually the ones that contain estrogen that cause blood pressure and heart rate elevations, according to FDA reports. However, the final decision is always up to you and your doctor as to its safety for you. Is your blood pressure under control taking these medications? ## Yes my blood pressure is controlled and I once it for 5 years but that is before I was diagnosed with hypertension. Thank you very much for your assistance and advice I really appreciate it. ...
Updated 3 months ago in Jadelle.
Mon, Jul 24 '17, 6:45 AM
The Use Of Ridiq
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ridiq is a small white pill , but what is it used for? ## Actually I spelt the word wrongly, it is Ridaq, and depending on the mg prescribed it can either be white or pink. ## Based on my research Ridaq contains the active ingredient Hydrochlorothiazide; which is a diuretic, used alone or together with other medications to treat high blood pressure and fluid retention (edema). You can learn more about this drug on the page for Hydrochlorothiazide Details I hope this info helps! Any thoughts on how well this medication works compared to the generic? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Diuretic.
Wed, May 29 '13, 12:20 AM
What is the difference between Prexum and Prexum Plus.
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What is the difference between Prexum and Prexum Plus at the moment I am using Prexum Plus can i change to Prexum.Regards Janowell. ## i use prexum and ridaq together the pharmacist gave me prexum plus and said it will be fine i just want to make sure before i drink it that it wont be to strong ## What is the difference between Prexum and Prexum Plus? I am on Prexum Plus and have been told to switch to Prexum in order to loose excess water. Is that correct? ## I was first on Prexum which did not bring down blood pressure. Then switched to Prexum Plus which has a diuretic ingredient and this helped. ## Prexum Plus contains the diuretic Indapamide and Perindopril to help lower blood pressure, treat certain cardiac conditions, and remove excess fluid from the body. The NIH lists the typica... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Indapamide.
Sat, Sep 23 '17, 10:22 PM
furosemide or ciplavasc5
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I would like to know if I replace ciplavasc5 with furosemide40mg will it help me with the lowering of blood pressure, I am also on warfarin half dose of 5mg every alternate day, i have just recently been in hospital with a DVT and double pnemonuia i was vomiting up bloody pieces, i had bad pains in my lungs, struggled to breath was on oxygen, i have since been home and finding that my swelling of my legs with water retention is bad, i also was put on ridaqu 5mg one a day, plus i take half a disprin daily, surely this is to many blood pressure pills for the condition the blood clots in my leg have since gone, i still have pain in my veins thou, which a hard and sore but not enflamed or anything like that. PLEASE HELP IF ANYONE CAN REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE. TO DAY ...
Updated 1 year ago in Furosemide.
Thu, Mar 17 '16, 1:25 AM
ciplavasc 5
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I am a 67 year old female and I have been prescribed Ciplavasc5. I have been diagnosed with COPD and am on Oxygen. Since taking Ciplavasc I have been suffering with swollen feet. Can this medication be the cause of this. I also take various pumps to open my lungs. I also take a water pill and 2 Ciplavasc 5 and 1 cardiovascular Disprin. The swelling occurs if I have been on my feet for a while. It is also very painful. Please advise. Thank you ## I've been given this medicine Bt I don't really know what they help on ## My mother is using Ciplavasc 5 & Ridaq - 12.5mg both every morning, my consern is her feet is swelling and she is getting thinner and thinner every day, she is 68 years old, do she need to use both that pills for high blood pressure. and she has ASMA as well. #... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Amlodipine.
Wed, Jan 04 '17, 1:46 PM
Concern regarding non availability of propranolol
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I am very concerned about the present shortage of Pur Bloka which was originally prescribed to assist the tremors in 2014, and this has been part of my chronic medication ever since. Dasage 20mg twice daily. This is now the second time that I have experienced a shortage in supply. My concern is that I tend to commence suffering from quite severe angina which usually occurs when I go to bed at night. Could this develop into something serious? Suffered Myocardial infarction in 1993. Other chronic medicines prescribed for hypertention are Ridaq 12.5mg daily and Enap 10mg twice daily. Please adivise when Purbloka will be available again? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Propranolol.
Mon, Aug 01 '16, 10:24 PM
Amlodac 5
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My mom is 60 years old. Is there a drug equivalent to Amlodac 5 in the US that I can get over the counter or so. She needs it only for 5 days.She had the meds for 6 months and fgt to get her prescriptions. Now she has run out of it and will be returning India in 5 days. ## No, I'm sorry, but these types of medications are only available by prescription here. However, if she can get or already has a prescription, you can just purchase 5 days worth of tablets at the pharmacy, you just have to tell them that's all you want. You can always purchase less of a prescription in the U.S., just not more of it than it is written for. Learn more Amlodac details here. ## I am a 34 year old lady with high blood pressure, I am using ridaq {white) once a day and my bp is controlable , but my pu... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Blood Pressure.
Tue, Sep 30 '14, 5:25 AM

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