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A 28-year-old male asked:
19 years experience Cardiology
CCB: This is a blood pressure medication in the class of calcium channel blockers which results in lower blood pressure by relaxing blood vessels through b ... Read More
37 years experience Cardiology
Verapamil: Verapamil is part of a class of medications called calcium channel blockers. It is a relatively "old" drug that was primarily used to treat high blood ... Read More
A male asked:
52 years experience Rheumatology
Yes: Yes they can.
23 years experience Infectious Disease
Yes and no: In the past this has always been a "no-no". There are several potentiating effects that can be potentially harmful, such as increasing risk of low bl ... Read More
A 36-year-old member asked:
35 years experience Cardiology
Verapamil: Verapamil is a calcium channel blocker that slows conduction at the level of both the sinus node as well as the av node. This is helpful in atrial ar ... Read More
36 years experience Pain Management
Verapamil SE: The most common adverse effect is constipation. Other adverse effects may be hypotension, fluid retention, drowsiness and cardiac dysfunction.
A 45-year-old member asked:
52 years experience Cardiology
Slow pulse, constipa: The most common side effects of verapamil relate to an excess of what it is prescribed for: a too-slow pulse and/or too-low blood pressure. Many peop ... Read More
A 40-year-old member asked:
19 years experience Pain Management
Not the same: Verapamil is for hypertension and is not an opioid used for pain like vicodin. There is no abuse or addiction potential with verapamil.
A 29-year-old male asked:
39 years experience Cardiology
Calcium Channel: Both are calcium channel blockers with varying properties; though different from each other concomitant use is unwise.
A 70-year-old female asked:
32 years experience Family Medicine
Not usually: Verapamil and amlodipine are both calcium channel blockers that are used to treat hypertension. Verapamil is also sometimes used to treat rhythm distu ... Read More
A 31-year-old male asked:
30 years experience Geriatrics
Check online referen: Diltiazem & verapamil are 2 calcium channel blockers used to lower blood pressure & possibly control your heart rate. If your BP is too low or heart r ... Read More
A member asked:
33 years experience Family Medicine
Yes: There should be no interactions as long as you follow the directions.
A 51-year-old female asked:
Specializes in Family Medicine
Yes,there is no: interaction..
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