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Norvasc 15 Mg
Nope: The max dose is 10mg. Not a lot of point to going over. There's not a whole lot of extra benefit at that point, and a lot more side effect. ...Read more
Check first: Norvasc (amlodipine) can be stopped at any time, but unless it is an emergency, it is generally wise to check with your health care provider before making any such medication change. Depending on why you take it, and why you want to stop it, it may be better for you to change to something else rather than just stop it. ...Read more
You can read all side effects of medication which comes with the bottle from your pharmacy, but a lot of them are transient. If jitteriness does not mean palpitation you can continue it for few days and if it goes away or not you will make a better decision.
Follow up with your doctor. ...Read more
Norvasc (amlodipine): Amlodipine is generic Norvasc (amlodipine).Get a more detailed answer ›
Norvasc (amlodipine): You can take anytime in a day, but take it at the same time daily. ...Read more
Unlikely a problem: Taking an extra dose of an anti-hypertension medication can potentially cause a decrease in your blood pressure, but because Norvasc (amlodipine) is a relatively slow acting mediation, this is unlikely to be a problem. Symptoms of low blood pressure include dizziness/lightheadedness, fatigue and sometimes a faster heart beat. Staying well-hydrated and avoiding quick movements can help prevent such problems. ...Read more
What's the place ofEnalapril 5 mg as a drug for Bp compared to Norvasc (amlodipine) 5mg? Can one take the two at the same time?
Different class: Cannot be compared. Can be taken together. Both have unique properties. If associated with diabetes....enalapril can be better. But can cause cough and angioedema. Amloidopin (norvasc) is good, it can cause ankle edema, constipation. Kidney, heart conditions guide the choice also. ...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
Read this for side effects:
http://www. Drugs. Com/sfx/amlodipine-side-effects. Html ...Read more
YES: Yes.Get a more detailed answer ›
Concerns: It is normal to have concerns about any medicine, but do not stop or change the dose of any medicine without talking with your physician. ...Read more
Probably great: Norvasc is the trade name for amlodipine, which is a blood pressure medicine. Caduet is the trade name for a combination med that has Atorvastatin (trade name lipitor) and amlodipine in one pill. It is an excellent choice for people with elevated cholesterol, high blood pressure and/or risk for heart disease who want to take just one pill. Both amlodipine and Atorvastatin are now generic. ...Read more
Norvasc (amlodipine): Most likely missing a Norvasc (amlodipine) for only one day wouldn't make much difference although you shouldn't make a habit of it. ...Read more
I have started Norvasc (amlodipine) 5 mg from a month. Could I stop it if I get lower BP reading every day.?
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
I've accidentally taken 30mg of amlodipine (norvasc) instead of my usual 10mg. Should I take any action? I'm a large, otherwise healthy man.
Evaluation: 30mg is not a massive dose for a large person however it would be best to go to an emergency room and get evaluated. ...Read more
I take Norvasc (amlodipine) 1x daily at around 9pm, I missed tonight's dose, I ran out, how soon should I take the dose that I get in the morning...9pm?
As soon as you get:
It is important to plan ahead and NOT run out of any medication.
If you do, you need to take the medicines as soon as you get it. ...Read more
Doctors, is there any permanent effects after stop taking norvasc (amlodipine)? My BPM has been high since takin it and even stopping it. Does it leave the body?
Norvasc (amlodipine): There should be no permanent effects. It will completely wash out of the body after enough time passes. ...Read more
Okay doctors I took Norvasc (amlodipine) a little while ago it is now 9:10 am and I feel like my body is overly relaxed or something I've never felt this before?
See below: That does not sound like a side effect of norvasc (amlodipine). Possiby you feel better because your blood ppressure is lower. ...Read more
Both: Both are safe when appropriately used. The main difference between the two is lipid solubility, and thus, time to onset. Nifedipine is water soluble and has reasonably quick onset, but also the levels will waver through the day. Amlodipine (or norvasc) is lipid soluble, takes about a week to ramp up in effect, and has a nice steady state effect. ...Read more
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