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verapamil ER 120mg
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oval blue mylan 244 ## Yes, this is a 120mg Verapamil tablet, it is a calcium channel blocker used to treat conditions such as Angina and Hypertension. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and headache. Read more here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## DOES VERAPAMIL WORK AS A WATER PILL? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Verapamil.
Fri, Jan 14 '11, 3:32 PM
Verapamil Hcl Er 120 mg
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My friend is taking verapamil hcl er 120 mg and simvastatin for cholestrol. He has been taking the 2 for five years now. He now lives in NC and the Dr here said they inter act so he is changeing the cholestrol med. Does any one know if this is true? I don't see why the other Dr he went to for years would not know that. Thank you ## Using these 2 medications together can cause increased levels of the Simvastatin in the body, by inhibiting its metabolism through the liver. This does create some risks, however, in some cases a doctor may choose to just make sure they are carefully monitoring the patient and prescribe a lower dosage of the Statin medication. So, it isn't that they can't be used together, it's just that a doctor does have to carefully weight the potential ris... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Verapamil.
Thu, Aug 18 '11, 10:46 AM
verapamil 120 mg tablet
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One side is marked 120 The other side is 2 triangles pointing at each other ## Yes, this is a 120mg Verapamil tablet, it is a calcium channel blocker used to treat conditions such as Angina and Hypertension. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and headache. Read more here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Verapamil.
Mon, Mar 08 '10, 5:51 PM
verapamil 120mg tab her
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What does this pill looks like? ## Hello, Myme! How are you? This is actually a generic medication, so it is manufactured by several different companies and there are far too many for me to be able to list the markings and descriptions of all them for you. What are the markings on the pill you're questioning? That would make it much easier for me to check for you. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Verapamil.
Thu, Feb 27 '14, 6:33 PM
Verapamil 120 ER No Color
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Is Verapamil 120 ER available in a form with no color? ## Hi Anne, Based on your description I'm assuming that you are referring to the color of the pill, is this correct? From what I could gather, there is only one Verapamil 120mg "SR" (slow release) pill that is all white with no color. At least here in the U.S. anyways. The pill I'm referring to is manufactured by Teva Pharmaceuticals USA. It is white, round, and has the imprint "120" on one side of the pill and on the other side is a logo that has two triangles pointing at each other, much like a little bow-tie. I hope this answers the intent of your question. If not, please post back with additional details and I'll do my best to help you locate an answer. ## Dave, Thank you SO MUCH!. That was exactly wh... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Verapamil.
Thu, Mar 01 '12, 7:24 PM
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I TAKE VERAPAMIL ER 120 MG AND HAD HAD NO PROBLEMS UNTIL I ORDER THE LAST PRESCRIPTION. THE BILL CAME BACK AS A BULE OVAL BILL. UP UNTIL NOW I HAVE BEEN TAKING A WHITE PILL WITH TRIANGLES ON THE BACK . SINCE I HAVE TAKEN THE NEW BLUE PILL I SEEM TO HAVE A DRY COUGH. CAN THAT BE FROM THE NEW PILL. I ASK BECAUSE I HAD A REACTION FROM OTHER MEDS AND GOT A DRY COUGH FROM IT. ## Verapamil is a calcium channel blocker used to treat cardiac conditions and hypertension. How long have you been taking it? The problem here may stem from the differences in generic medications. When a company makes a generic, there are actually allowed to differ from the name brand by as much as plus or minus 20% in the active ingredient. The FDA considers this an acceptable therapeutic window. Issues can arise, how... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Verapamil.
Tue, Apr 12 '11, 9:50 AM
verapamil hcl 120mg sa tab
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VERAPAMIL HCL 120MG SA TAB ## IS VERAPAMIL 120MG TABLET SA ZEN, THE SAME AS VERAPAMIL 120 ER? ## In regards to Vera's questions, yes they are the same. Both the SA and the ER designate them as being time released formulations of the medication. You can learn more Verapamil details here. Verapamil is a calcium channel blocker that's used to help treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. Side effects may include nausea, headache, hypotension and stomach pain. Are there any questions or comments? Is there anything I can help with? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Verapamil.
Fri, Apr 26 '13, 11:59 AM
Mylan 772 (VERAPAMIL 120 MG)
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Is this immediate release or extended / sustained release? I have migraines and this was prescribed as "3 tablets by mouth at bedtime." But if it is immediate release do I really want to be taking all 360 mg at once? Shouldn't I take 1 pill 3 x per day instead? ## Have you asked your doctor, or pharmacist about this? The tablet you asked about is 120mg regular release tablet, which means it takes about 15 to 20 minutes to start working. That is a little higher than the normal preventative migraine dose, which is usually 240mgs at bedtime. ## I too had migraines. I started on Calan SR 120mg (there were no generics ) about 16 years ago. After a year the migraines came back so my doctor increased the dosage to 240 mg. After three years, my insurance company decided that they wo... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Verapamil.
Sat, Nov 22 '14, 1:39 PM
verapamil er 120mg. tablets
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high blood pressure pills ## Verapamil is being taken for high blood pressure. Tremors have become an everyday occurance, lasting most of the waking hours. Is this a side effect of this drug? ## Verapamil Info Click Here ...
Updated 11 years ago in Verapamil.
Wed, Apr 19 '06, 9:09 AM
Verapamil 240 Er
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I have been taking Verapamil 240 ER for many years. It works fairly well. But each time I went to get a 90 day supply it kept going up and up! It was some where near $39.00 when I first started taking it. The last two times I got a 90 day supply it was $40.00. ~Then 3 months passed and it was( $47.00 ) for a.3 month supply) It is now time to have it refilled. The Dr. had it changed to Verapamil 120mg (regular Not ER, or slow released) twice a day because of cost being so high!! However I cannot take it. It makes me so dizzy and nauseated !! I called the drug store to see if I still had refills on the verapamil ER. She said they do. But the cost for the verapamil 240 EX had went up substantially. She said it was made by TABZENITH??? And the price now for a 90 day supply would be $167.00!... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Verapamil.
Tue, Oct 04 '11, 7:37 PM
Verapamil and fever
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I've been on 120mg of verapamil for about 3 months. I take it for vestibular migraines. My neurologist doubled my dose to 240mg last week to see if it would help with persistent dizziness. I've had zero problems on the 120mg. I thought I was doing ok on the increased dose, but started running a low grade fever (99.5-100.9). I really have no other symptoms. The fever is persistent and will drop down for maybe an hour or two with anti-pyretics. Then it pops right back up. It's very weird, and I've never experienced anything like this before. I dropped my dose 3 days ago back to 120mg to see if the fever would break - no luck. It's been over a week now and I have developed a slightly productive cough in the last couple of days. I'm waiting to hear from my neurologis... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Verapamil.
Fri, Jul 21 '17, 12:22 PM
Verapamil Diffferences
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What are the differences between Verapamil HCL ER 120MG (IVAX/TEVA) and Verapamil ER 120MG MYLAN/244 (MYLAN)? ## Just the manufacturers, like you've posted. One is manufactured by Ivax/Teva and the other by Mylan Pharmaceuticals. Are there any other questions or comments? ## Hi, my husband was taking the blue verapamil sa 240mg. His insurance made him switch to another drug store and now his verapamil 240 is brown. When he takes his medicine his blood pressure goes up. What should he do? ...
Updated 8 months ago in Verapamil.
Fri, Feb 17 '17, 6:49 PM
Verapamil or verapamil sr
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I have been taking verapamil 120 sr for many years. New dr changed to verapamil 120 no sr. I seem to be having headaches since. Could the change be making a difference with side effects? ## Hello, Yammie! How are you? Yes, it you are taking the regular release now, that could cause more side effects, because all of the medication is released at once, rather than slowly over a period of hours. Other side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness and hypotension. Have you informed your doctor? They should be able to switch you back to the SR. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Verapamil.
Thu, Jul 23 '15, 1:59 PM
Verapamil Er 240 Mg Tablet
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Can this tablet be split in half for 2 120 Mg doses? ## I'm discussing Verapamil 240 er. ## No, the ER stands for Extended release, so breaking or cutting the tablet is not safe to do, because it could result in your getting too much of the medication at once. ER tablets are designed to slowly release the medication throughout the day, so there is really no need to break them in half and split the dosage. If you feel that it isn't working for the length of time it should and feel that you need to split up the dosage, then you should speak to your doctor about getting a prescription for the regular release tablets. Verapamil is a calcium channel blocker that is most commonly used to help lower high blood pressure. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and ... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Verapamil.
Thu, May 19 '11, 10:04 AM
flecainide and verapamil
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I have been put on verapamil 120 3 times a day plus flecaninde 50g twice a day. I have been on verapamil for a few months. My consultant has just added flecaninde for vt. Are these drugs safe together? ## Hello, Ang! How are you? Yes and they are often prescribed together to get better control of high blood pressure, congestive heart failure or edema. The U.S. FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination and dehydration. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Flecainide.
Thu, Apr 28 '16, 3:03 PM
verapamil sr and enalapril
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i am taking isoptin sr 120 mg{verapamil} for bradycardia and hypertension, but sometimes my bp is still high, can i take 2.5 mg of enalapril together to control the bp or is it harming ## They can be taken together and are sometimes prescribed together, when someone's blood pressure is very high and their doctor needs to bring it down fast. However, only your doctor can say if it is the right medication for you to try. How high is your blood pressure? Do you watch the fat and salt in your diet? As reported by the NIH, both can contribute to high blood pressure, in some people. The FDA lists the typical side effects of these medications as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination and hypotension. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Verapamil.
Sun, Aug 28 '16, 3:51 PM
Univer Verapamil Prolonged/Release Capsules 120mg
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As you probably know, the manufacturers have temporarily stopped producing the above & believe they will re-commence sometime in quarter 4 of this year. My doctors have tried me on Half Securon Verapamil Slow Release & most recently Slozem Diltiazem Hydrochloride - I feel sick as a dog with the latter - hot flushes, lack of appetite & worst of all a feeling like I have a bad stomach with a knot as though I have eaten something bad. Drs now saying I probably have stomach ulcers but I'm very sure it's the Slozem as it only started when I took Slozem. Do you know any alternatives closer to Univer Verapamil Prolonged/Release Capsules in their make-up, please? I seem to get no where with doctors & have been waiting 3 months for a hospital pharmacist to look at this sa... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Verapamil.
Thu, Aug 25 '16, 4:04 PM
Verapamil Er . Has this product been discontinued. very impoortant.
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Has the verapimil Er 120 mill. been disconitinuedd. Please respond Sincerely, James Henderson ## I had my verapimil 240 filled I was given a different look it is a oblong-shaped Cap imprinted with mylan 6440. it is bluish green ## James, from the information I've been able to find, there are a few manufacturers that have discontinued making that dosage, but there are still about 5 others that still make it and have it available. Are you having trouble locating it? Corliss, yes that is the correct medication, 240mgs of Verapamil. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Verapamil.
Sat, Feb 18 '12, 3:39 PM
Cardizem LA 120
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I tried Cardizem right after my stroke. I felt calm. My BP was good. First I was on Digoxin , which made me crazy. Then I was on Metropol . Neither stopped my A fib. Then I took the Cardizem, but had to quit it because of my insurance. I also tried Cartia and Verapamil. I had heart palpitations and didn't fell Google's. I just got Cardizem approved and am taking it for 5 days. My heart rate is high now ( not the first time) and I feel dizzy, depressed, and fatigued. Do you think the dosage is too high? ## Those can be normal side effects, when starting a new medication in this class, according to the FDA. You may also experience nausea, increased urination, and hypotension. Has there been any change? ...
Updated 7 months ago in Diltiazem.
Sat, Mar 25 '17, 9:17 PM
off white, small, round pill w/ 120 marking
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I was given this by a weight loss center. Not sure what it is for? does anyone know? I was just told that it is natural. I looked up another site and there were 2 possible options: thyroid medication for hypothyroidism or some kind of hormone such as estradiol. any suggestions? ## Click here to see a picture of the pill. If this is your pill it's Verapamil Extended-Release 120 mg, used in the treatment of hypertension, angina pectoris, cardiac arrhythmia, and most recently, cluster headaches. To learn more click on the link below... If this is not correct, please post back with any more information so I can assist you better. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Estradiol.
Mon, May 18 '09, 1:15 PM

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