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Medicine For Perindopril Allergy
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
Perindopril reduces leptin levels in obese patients.Will it increase weight?Are there any medicines 2 increase Amylin&leptin 4 weight loss?Plz help
There is no specific: contraindication to the combination of these drugs. ...Read more
Yes: Need to watch renal function as this combination for long time may affect kidney functions ...Read more
Perdopril: Peridopril (P) is the generic name for a certain angiotensin converting enzyme ihibitor (A). Aceon (perindopril) and Coversyl are the trade names for P manufactured by different pharmaceutical companies, therefore, Aceon (perindopril) and Coversyl are the same as P. ...Read more
Drugs: Those three drugs can be taken at the same time by most folks. ...Read more
Is there any study the used of perindopril during breastfeeding will affect the baby?My wife used this as per specialist advise
F Age 85 with atherosclerosis BP is usually 100/70 but sometimes in evening shoots to 140/110.Doc gave 2mg perindopril+.65indapamide dailyTake or not?
Baseline BP recordin: Blood pressure is not a fixed number...it will be somewhat different every time it is checked. So we need a good BP record done under resting conditions. Any physical or emotional ups/downs will raise it to some degree. I would not advise her BP treatment unless you get 3 to 4 readings done on different days, and when this person is calm and relaxed.The average value is the real BP.Treat accordin ...Read more
I am taking 20mg pravastatin 10mg amiodipine 2, 5mg bendroflumethiaz 4mg perindopril and 2mg clomipamine - my muscles ache badly. Is this normal?
Can be a side effec.: Pravastatin can lead to muscle injury. Your doctor should be made aware of your muscle aches so he/she can examine you and possibly check a blood test to evaluate for muscle damage. Good luck. ...Read more
All the same: They are all different names for the same drug- perindopril- a BP drug of the ACE inhibitor class. So no- I would not take all of them together. I would speak to your prescribing doctor about consolidating into one pill and maximizing the dosage of that pill. ...Read more
May I know what is the different between perindopril and atenolol? As I know both are use to control blood pressure.
Here is ...: Artificially lowering high BP can be done through avoiding blood volume overloading by sodium restriction and diuretic use, and / or relaxing vascular wall by taking one of blood-vessel-wall relaxer such as perindopril - an angiotension converting enzymes (ACE) inhibitors, or lowering heart pumping by taking Atenolol; but their potential interacting & synergetic effect does exist. Detail? Ask Doc. ...Read more
Can I taper off an Ace Inhibitor after over four years which is perindopril in my case OR do I have to take it for life. I am scared of angioedema.
NO: No no no! perindopril and other ace inhibitors are teratogenic and can cause the baby to die in utero or be born with severe malformations (no kidneys). Please do not take this if you are or are planning on becoming pregnant. It is not known is this drug goes into breast milk, but i would not take it if nursing either. ...Read more
Is it ok to switch from amlodipine 10 mg to perindopril 4 mg in known hypertensives? The switch is due to development of ankle edema
It is ok: Perindopril is ace inhibitor and amlodipine is calcium channel blocker, typically in my experience, if you required 10 mg of amlodipine to control bp, perindopril 4 mg may not be able to control bp. Some times, if we cut amlodipine down to 5 mg and add acei, works well and edema might resolve( chance of edema is lot higher with 10 mg compared to lower doses). ...Read more
What kind is diet is recommended if one is low in iron and has high blood pressure? Taking 4mg perindopril but sometimes still quite high.
See below: High iron foods:beef & chicken liver,,spinach,lentils,tuna,eggs,shrimp,brown rice. You can look up more on foods online.You are on an ACE inhibitor & an calcium channel blocker.It is best to keep an accurate record of your BP,e.g every 2 hrs.during the day till bedtime(you can use a wrist manometer for convenience when not home) & take it to your dr.for dose adjustment or med.changes.Good luck. ...Read more