Substitute Of Telma 40

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telma am substitute

Please note that I am taking Telma H 80 / Telma 80 / Telma 40 / Telma AM (40/5) for last one and half year as advised by doctor several times for my high BP. It was observed that serum potassium results are gradually increasing in pathological tests. I want to know whether Telma group of medicine have any effect of increasing the potassium level. If so, please advise the substitute medicine. ## What is the equivalent drug for Tema 40 mg in India? Telma 40 mg is now banned in India. I need to buy a substitute or equivalent medicine in India for blood pressure control. ## My blood potassium level is 5.6. I am taking telma 40mg at night and concor 1.25mg in the morning. Is there an effective substitute for telma 40mg? ## I've been taking telma 40 at night for 2 or 3 years, but this is ... ...

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Seloken xl 50 mg vs Telma 40

What is the difference between seloken xl 50 and Telma 40? Can either one be substituted by the other? ## They both contain different active ingredients, though they are used to treat the same medication conditions. Seloken is listed as containing Metoprolol, while Telma contains Telmisartan. Thus they are not interchangeable and you should take the one your doctor has recommended. The FDA lists the typical side effects of these medications as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. Is there anything else I can help with? Are you on any other medications? ...

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gluconorm g 1, ecosprin AV75 and telma 40H

I need substitutes info as we are now in singapore and these three not available here. ...


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