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Is it better to take coversyl in the morning or twice a day or just at night?I take 4 mg + 4 mg coversyl plus.Bp raises in the pm when I take it am.
See below: This is a drug that is used infrequently in the usa - more in australia. Is that where you are? It has a short half life: 1 1/2 hours but is prescribed as a once daily med which i find frankly confusing. If your BP is rising 10-12 hours after a dose, it would make sense to me to take it twice a day. If your late day BP is elevated, you may need a larger am dose than the evening dose. ...Read more
Perindopril: ED is not on the list of frequent side effects of coversyl ...Read more
Natrilix sr 1.5 mg and coversyl 10 mg..Dr said to me use these for mild protineuria....Why these are they an good....Thanx?
They help!: Natrilix is Indapamide which is a water pill to control the swelling that comes with proteinuria. Coversyl is perindopril which is a blood pressure medicine that belongs to the group ace inhibitors. It gives you the added benefit of potentially decreasing the proteinuria and increasing the kidneys' life. ...Read more
Perdopril: Peridopril (P) is the generic name for a certain angiotensin converting enzyme ihibitor (A). Aceon and Coversyl are the trade names for P manufactured by different pharmaceutical companies, therefore, Aceon and Coversyl are the same as P. ...Read more
Depends: During is phentermine. You must have a normal heart to take this medication . Even someone without hypertension for me to prescribe Phentermine must have an ekg. It would be up to your doctor but there would be some doubt in my mind if it would be safe for you. Your doctor knows your history, risks and family history too. ...Read more
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