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Long Term Effects Of Amlodipine
Unlikely: Short answer would be unlikely. I don't say no because anything is possible ;) ...Read more
Usually 2 weeks: The side effects (most commonly swelling, rashes, GI complaints) should typically go away within a few weeks. If they don't you should definitely consult your doctor. ...Read more
Just been put on amlodipine 5mg how long till side effects stop? Also read other peoples stories about this drug. They are not good.
What side effects?: Would recommend a discussion with your prescribing physician. ...Read more
I'm 25 years old I'm taking amlodipine 10mg for almost a week but I still have HBP. Is this normal? Why this pill takes so long to lower my BP?
A little longer: Optimal BP results generally take a week or two after changing or initiating therapy. Give it a little more time, then contact your physician if BP remains unacceptable. ...Read more
See below: Onset of action-within the first 24 hours. Time to peak action: several weeks. ...Read more
Was taking azor (amlodipine and olmesartan) 5 mg/ 40 mg. After stopping, how long till it is completely out of my system? Thank u.
Up to ~50 hours: Azor is a combination of amlodipine and olmesartan with relative half life of 30-50 hours and 13 hours respectively. Thus depending on your kidney function give about 2&1/2 days for your system to clear this drug. Hopefully you are under the care of your doctor to safely get off this medication and initiate what other therapy will work for you. Take care. ...Read more
Good afternoon, I have been on amlodipine-benazepril (a combo drug) for a about 1.5 years. At first the 5-10 dosage, then because it was ineffective after a while, the 5-20. I really tried and gave this medicine a chance (as you can see from how long I
I was informed that Dr in US like to use long acting nifedipine compare to amlodipine for hypertension, can I know why?
Amlodipine: People have their individual preferences. Amylodipine has considerable usage in the US. ...Read more
How long do I have to live if I have diastolic dysfunction and moderate pulmonary hypertension. I take diuretics, norvasc (amlodipine)?
No way to know: More people die with diastolic dysfunction than die of diastolic dysfunction. Only a doctor with access to your heart cath and exercise testing results can really make a meaningful prediction of your life expectancy and even then accuracy is questionable. ...Read more
1 kidney+long-severe orthostatic hypotension (~77/35)+low red blood cell count (~3)+hemoglbin (9.5)+dehydrated. Use Aranesp (2 so far).Shall stop Exforge (amlodipine and valsartan)?
Similar side effects: Not uncommon side effects of both medications include mild ankle/leg swelling, some flushing and some experience their heart beating faster. More unusual would be a sensation of tingling and pins and needles in the feet. Most side effects tend to occur at higher doses of the medications. ...Read more
Prescribed 2.5mg amlodipine for bp which was 142/90. What side effects to expect, not taken yet. Scared of the thought of bp pills. Other wise healthy?
HTN diet: Google the DASH diet to learn about healthy diet to help lower BP. Generally, try to eat more proteins & soluble fiber and less carbohydrates & fats while maintaining portion control and remaining physically active. Salad dressings can convert a healthy food into an item loaded with fat & salt, so ask for the dressing on the side and dip your fork in. Stay well hydrate and take your Rx! ...Read more
Which is best for controlling BP. Ramipril, Cardace or Amlodipine. Are there any side effects of them.
Here are some...: Your carefulness to avoid adverse effects from any drugs is highly commanded, but does not fit well with life reality since no doctors can predict what side effects may happen to any patients but with history review and no drug is free of its inherent side effects to few. So, ask doc timely. To consolidate understanding life reality, go to http://formefirst. Com/Basics-SelfImprovement. Html &. .. ...Read more
All drugs have SE: All prescription & otc drugs have side effects. In fact, all otc supplements, even those labeled natural & organic, have side effects. There is no risk-free drug/supplement. Only take something if potential benefit exceeds potential risk. Check out www. Drugs. Com for drug info. Or try online. Epocrates. Com (but you'll need to register for free). Amlodipine is known for edema. ...Read more
According to webmd, the most common side effects of Norvasc (amlodipine) include: fluid retention in the legs, feet, arms or hands/visible water retention/head pain//infrequent side effects: dizziness/heart throbbing or pounding/drowsiness/low energy/temporary redness of face and neck/feel like throwing up//rare side effects:
depression/yellowing of skin or eyes from liver problems/heart attack/angina. ...Read more
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Kidney side effects: V has a renal protective effect on patients who have proteinuria (p) as it reduces it. A increases blood flow (ibf) to the kidney and can cause, because of this ibc, more proteinuria. V cannot be given in patients with a renal artery stenosis, as it causes an elevation of creatinine which is reversible once v is stopped. V and a work well together in most patients with no loss of kidney function. ...Read more
BP med side effect: Some once a day BP meds may put too much medication into the body quickly causing - dividing the dose into half twice a day or taking with food helps. Potential class side effects include: beta-blockers: fatigue, wheezing, breathlessness, depression; calcium blockers: fluid retention; acei: cough (also rarely for arbs), diuretics: cramps, low potassium or magnesium; all: sexual dysfunction. ...Read more
Is frequent ruination part of the side effects of taking Norvasc, (amlodipine) the medication for BP? Please help!
Since Norvasc (amlodipine) has so many side effects, what is recommended, in its place, that has little or no side effects?
See your doctor: There are so many types of blood pressure medications and so many of them can be used in just about any hypertensive patient. Factors such as age, weight, BP level, diabetes, alcohol/drug/medication both prescription and otc, even race might influence this decision. See a doctor to determine this. Don't treat yourself or try and figure this out on your own. ...Read more