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Is It Safe To Take Ramipril While Pregnant
Not so much: The ace inhibitor meds which include ramipril are considered category c (possibly safe) in the first trimester but move into category d later in pregnancy because of increased fetal & neonatal problems. Some can pass in breast milk but risk in breast feeding is considered minimal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
THERE ARE ONLY A FEW: Reasons why to take these two meds at the same time. ...Read more
Melatonin: Yes. Of course. This commonly used herb is a very safe addition to complicated medical and medication issues. ...Read more
Are herbal suppliments hawthorne and arjuna safe to take if i'm taking ramipril? What are the benefits of these suppliments?
Probably; help heart: We don't have as much information about the interactions of herbs and drugs as is desirable, but as far as known it is safe to combine these with ramipril. Both are tonics for the heart. Hawthorne helps hypertension, angina &heart failure. See http://umm.Edu/health/medical/altmed/herb/hawthorn arjuna may help angina and hypertension. See http://www.Raysahelian.Com/arjuna.Html. ...Read more
Daily I take warfarin, ditiazem,bisoprolol,ramipril, furosemide for persistent atrial fibrillation. Is it safe to use Voltaren extra strength emulgel.
Same class: While they are both in the class of so called ACE-Inhibitors, they still may affect you different and it is not always easy to figure out the dose equivalent since the milligrams for each drug can be different. So I say get some advice regarding the dosages you have available and whether it would work safely for a few days. ...Read more
Yes, but . . .: Always tell your prescribing doc everything that you're taking, both prescription & non-prescription over-the-counter medications as well as dietary supplements. Use any drug-drug interaction checker to look for reasons why you shouldn't take combination of pills. Ideally, your pharmacist should warn you, too, if you get everything from same store. http://www.drugs.com/drug_interactions.html ...Read more
Here are some...: Both Amiodarone and ramipril are used for irregular heart beat and high blood pressure, and antihistamine, theoretically, should not have direct adverse side effects with the above both drugs. But, as we age, our functional reserve declines so becoming more vulnerable to additive effects from multiple drug use. Hence, ask your doc first so to minimize unwanted side effects. ...Read more