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Ramipril And Amlodipine
Which is best for controlling BP. Ramipril, Cardace or Amlodipine. Are there any side effects of them.
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Which is best to treat high blood pressure Ramipril, Amlodipine or Cardace. Can any of these cause palpitation. Thanks?
I'm on Amlodipine/Ramipril 10mg each. Amlo gives me ED. Which subst. For Amlo? No B. Blockers because of heart rate (45-92) & no diuretics (side eff.)
Anti-hypertensive: Trial a dihydropyridine of the than amlodipine, or a calcium channel blocker from a different family such as diltiazem or verapamil, or beta blocker with ISA, a potassium sparing diuretics, centrally acting antihypertensives etc etc. Work with your prescribing physician to achieve a tolerable and sustainable therapeutic solution
Ramipril use?: Both ramipril (r) and amlodipine (a) are used to treat hbp. R reduces proteinuria (p) while a does not. R can cause a cough and a can cause some edema of the legs, as their most common side effects. Speak to your physician to see if r can replace a in your case. To achieve their maximum effect, especially to reduce any p, r's dose should be 20 mg/day and a's should be 10 mg/day. Good luck.See 1 more doctor answer
3rd Rx? Under dosing?: The average number of medications needed to fully control hypertension (high blood pressure) is 2.8. You are only on 2 medications, so a 3rd or even 4th agent from a different class may be necessary (like hydrochlorothiazide). Also, while you may be at "full strength" of amlodipine & ramipril, you may respond better to maximum dosing of alternatives from each class (like nicardipine & enalapril).
What to do if I'm taking atenolol50 mg amlodipine 5mg ramipril 2.5mg andchlorthalidone12, 5mg/is this ok for high bp?
Continue therapy: Small doses of multiple medications may be better than larger doses of one or two medications. If your BP is controlled then that regimen is OK. To decrease the pill burden you might ask your physician if the ramipril could be changed to one that a similar product available in combination with amlodipine
Hi, I am taking amlodipine 10mg, atenolol 25mg, ramipril 10mg. Can I take another drug instead of ramipril. Its difficult to aquire ramipril in my area?
I am on 10mg of Ramipril & 5mg of Amolodipine Besylate. I was on 25mg of Chlorthalidone, but didn't like the way it made me feel. I tend to still average around 141/84 with a pulse around 75-80. Is there a better medication?
Individual tailoring: Many combinations available. You need to go through an iterative process of trial and error with various medications. For you, an ARB (angiotensin receptor blocker) might be better than the Ramipril, and it may be that doses can be changed or a beta blocker added. Best thing to do is to continue working with your health care prof and also to take home BP measurements so there is good data on which
Taking Norvasc 10mg, hctz (hydrochlorothiazide) 12.5mg q am and 10 mg ramipril q bedtime for 2 months. Bp has stayed 160/97. Am I on the right meds?
At your age: This pressure is a little high! Are you a salt eater? See pcp about your meds.
Dizziness on BP med: I would tell you to speak to your physician about switching the dose before you do. You may not have enough evidence to blame your dizziness on ramipril (r). You may be anemic and that, not r, could be the cause of your problem. It is normally not in your best interest to reduce the dose of your BP medication without seeing and/or discussing it with your physician first.
Yes: Besides the usual recommendations by the jnc7 (joint national committee), and possible the upcoming jnc8 (jnc2013) that ace inhibitors are effect as monotherapy for hypertension (especially in the appropriate clinical settings) there are some studies that suggest that ace inhibitors, such as ramipril, are an effective agent for the treatment of hypertension in african americans.