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Difference Between Concor Vs Concor Cor
Having a CABG, I took a 25mg metroprolol per day after surgery. Now, My Doc has changed it to a 2.5mg concor and 12.5mg spironolacton. What's difference?
Both: Of them beta blockers, equivalent for the most part. Spirironolactone is a mild water pill ...Read more
I take half tablet of concor cor 2.5mg everyday I'm now in china and I only found concor 2.5 not concor cor is it the same?
They Concur: Same chemical, different doses. Next time bring enough with you. ...Read more
I am curious if BP increases140/90 to 150/100 in night, can I take additional BP tab. (concor 5mg)?
Hypertension: You should ask your dr. What the dr. Wants you to do. ...Read more
Translate: Please rephrase your question it isn't understandable as written. ...Read more
I am 25years, male, 6'2", 108kg. I have been taking concor 5mg daily since 2 years. Will there be any problem in future due to the same?
I'm taking Concor Cor 2.5mg, half tablet a day for 2-3 Months now, however I started noticing some problems, the biggest is the decreased libido.
It is surprising: That such a low dose of Beta Blocker would affect your libido but possible. If it is being used for hypertension management there are many alternative therapies your health care provider could use instead that are unlikely to affect your libido. Discuss this with him/her. ...Read more
Bisoprolol/Concor: Is a highly selective beta blocker used for mild to moderate hypertension (& angina pectoris). It lowers BP and block blood renin levels (which can raise bp). The 2.5 mg strength in no way suggests it is a weak med; another BP med may require 100mg or more to get same effect. Usual dose is 5 mg, but that dose may cause your BP to be too low; so doc decreased to 2.5 mg. ...Read more
What is the best time to take concor 5mg, morning or evening for manager with a high pressure work?
Dr. I am using ecosprin75, reclidexr60, coversyl4mg, in morning clopilet75, atocor-40, concor 2.5 in night and glyciphage 1gm after angio. Please advise ok?
CAD Tx: Treatment of coronary heart disease usually involves lifestyle risk factor modification i.e. Stop smoking, loose weight, exercise regularly, decrease salt carbohydrate and fat intake. Medications such as aspirin, clopidigrel, beta-blockers, ace or arbs, statins, nitrates are often also prescribed as part of the treatment plan. Always discuss any concerns with your doctor. ...Read more
Concor/Bisoprolol: Is considered a category c drug i.e. There could be potential risk to the fetus, however the benefits may outweigh the risks. Discuss this with ur oby. Take care and god bless u! http://www. Drugs. Com/pregnancy-categories. Html. ...Read more
HPN RX: Yes, you can continue your rx. The dose is low. Breast feeding will be safe. ...Read more
Shouldn't be problem: But it is always better to check w/your doctor or ask your pharmacist when beginning a new medication. Also, read the package insert or look on the internet. ...Read more
Hello sir, why do I have this palpitation every afternoon while on nap or after waking up while I am on concor 10mg for almost 4 months.?
What is concor?:
It would be prudent to discuss the matter with the doctor who prescribed concor. If the latter is not a prescription medication, try stopping it. Also try to reduce your caffeine intake.
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Practice safe sex. ...Read more
I am 58 and taking medicines:lowplat 75mg, Lipitor (atorvastatin) 10 mg, concor 10 mg and zestoratic 20 mg on alternate days, . I am border line diabetic yet not any?
No: Concor is bispropolol, a beta-blocker used for high blood pressure & angina (chest pain). Fatigue & depression are known side effects (generally) of this class of medications. Xanax is alprazolam, a sedative/hypnotic anxiolytic used for severe anxiety. It is often abused & easily addicted. There are no reported contra-indications to mixing the two. ...Read more
Could concor cor 2.5 mg once daily and cipralex 10 mg twice daily make erectile dysfunction for me (21 years old male)?
Is it bad to take concor 5 mg everyday? Its really helping me with my anxiety attacks. But im scared of the side effects...
My Opinion: I can't prescribe, so this might seem biased. Anxiety is 'off-label' for this drug. That's not unusual, but I believe that side effects are an avoidable worry. A CBT or other good psychotherapist can often teach skills to help you do better throughout life. A lifetime of learning experiences seems like a winner compared to a lifetime of medication. Some meds may be helpful in combo. Good luck. ...Read more
What diet to follow for reducing uric acid. My uric acid is 7.2. I am avoiding all kinds of protien & purines. I take only "concor am 5" daily fr bp?
Yes: This group of drugs is a sensible combination for heart rate and blood pressure lowering and to lower the risk of heart attack and stroke. They are safe to take together, provided that your blood pressure is being monitored by a healthcare professional who has prescribed these medications. ...Read more
I take 5 mg enaril daily and 2.5 mg concor daily. Since I started taking them my stools are the consistency of peanut butter. Which one is doing it?
Peanut butter: Hard to be sure. Take enaril daily for a week and then go to concor daily for week two. If that helps keep doing it. If not, please discuss this with your doctor. ...Read more
My father had CABG 2 yrs ago. He's taking procoralan and concor both in am. Procoralan is quite expensive. Is there any alternative meds w/ same effect?
Ask cardiologist: There are always alternatives to treatments. Because this medication is a specialty medication not usually prescribed by primary care, ask your father's cardiologist for alternatives to procoralan. They should be able to come up with a reasonable choice. ...Read more
Symptoms?: As you are taking a beta blocker (concor), your doctor typically may be attempting to achieve a slightly lower heart rate than normal (often in the 50's). An occasional heart rate in the 40's with no symptoms is usually OK. If your heart rate is mostly in the 40's and especially if you feel fatigue, dizziness, etc. Your may need a reduction in your dose. Talk with your doctor about this! ...Read more
Hba1c is 5.16% fasting blood sugar 7.39 and dad was on concor 5mg for two days before the test. What does it mean?
It depends.: Your dad's HbA1C is within normal limits which suggests that, in general, his blood sugar is as well. Regarding the blood sugar of 7.39, if this is being reported as mmol/ml (SI units), that's a little high, but you need to confirm this with his doctor. His blood pressure medication, Concor, shouldn't have any effect on these tests. ...Read more
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