Side Effects Of Ramistar 5mg

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I am using ramistar h 5mg for the past 7 years after CABG bypass surgery . Is it true that prolonged usage of ramistar h5 mg will make non diabetic into diabetic. ## It has been known to cause elevated blood sugar levels, but that doesn't actually make some a diabetic, in many cases, it goes back to normal, once someone switches to a different medication, according to the NIH. Other side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, and increased urination. Are you on any other medications? ...
Updated 10 months ago in Diabetes.
Thu, Dec 29 '16, 11:00 PM
Side Effects Of Predmet 4
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I am an old female patient (age 81)suffering for ILD (Interstices lung disease) and R.Arthritis. Having Predmet since last 4 years with varying doses (16mg to 6mg) as per Doctor's advise. Since last six weeks dose reduced to 4mg per day. In addition to general weakness and Blood sugar disorder (which is due to predmet - according to my Doctor), I am suffering Short time memory loss recently from last six to eight months. Other medicines are Ramistar5, Volibo0.3mg, Minipress XL 5mg and Aztor20. Have BP 120/80 more or less uniform. Also take Idrofos 150mg - 1 tab/month. Let me know Is the memory loss is for Predmet?...and advise. regards Full Rani dasgupta ## Have you consulted your doctor as to what is causing it? There are several different possibilities, including your medications ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Minipress.
Sun, Dec 13 '15, 12:49 PM
side effects of ramipril
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I read and cme to know that in some patients the use of Ramipril actually increases the Blood preasure due to some specific action of Kidney emmissions(only a minority of the patients) As it is in my case. can somebody clarify. ## No, it actually causes the opposite effect, in a small percentage of patients that have some impairment to renal function, it can cause them to absorb too much of the medication and suffer from low blood pressure (hypotension). In these cases, they have to use a much lower dosage and their BP must be regularly monitored to make sure it isn't dropping too low. This is a common issue with most blood pressure medications. Are there any questions or comments? ## Iam 63 years old. I take Ramistar 5mg in the morning and2.5 mg in the night. My diastolic varies be... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Ramipril.
Mon, Jun 25 '12, 9:10 AM
ramistar 25
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RAMISTAR 2.5 It is a tablet Mfg. By LUPIN LTD. Ramipril ip 2.5mg ## Ramipril is an ACE inhibitor that is most commonly used to help lower high blood pressure. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness, headache and stomach pain. Read more: Are there any comments and questions? ## I am in Diabetic medication for the past 7 yrs, presently taking Zoryl 0.5mg Daily once in the Morning. Blood Presssure in Normal all these years. Identified Urine MicroAlbumine little high so Doctor prescribed Ramistar2.5mg taking it since 2 months, now getting dry cough since 2 weeks. I am 40 yr Male. Now replacing with Telma 20mg. Could you suggest if this is a good replacement for getting to normal Urine MicroAlbumine to Normal ? Please suggest ...
Updated 2 years ago in Ramipril.
Tue, Aug 11 '15, 12:00 AM
ramistar 2.5mg for high blood pressure
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I have been diabetic for 8 years. I am taking glycomet gp2 and giucobay 50. My blood pressure was normal. But now at times my bp goes to 140/90 or even 150/90. My doctor prescribed ramistar 2.5mg. Most of the time my bp remains below 130/80. Should I continue ramistar 2.5mg? My age is 64. ## You should take the medication as instructed by your doctor. The U.S. FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Blood Pressure.
Mon, Oct 31 '16, 11:37 PM

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