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Will taking lopressor, Norvasc and cardura together make your heart feel like it's stopping upon exertion?
No: No, but they will lower your BP nicely. ...Read more
Doxazosin is a medication in the class of non-specific Alpha blockers. It is often used to lower blood pressure, or to improve bladder emptying. Doxazosin has been around for a very long time and is typically well tolerated. The dose needs to be slowly escallated as they can cause lightheaded and dizziness (especially when changing position - lying ...Read more
Please tell me, could taking lopressor, Norvasc and cardura togther make your heart feel like it's stopping upon exertion?
Discuss this issue : With ur pcp or cardiologist. Monitor your BP regularly, normally 100-140/ 60-90. Have an ekg to check for arrythmia, skip beats etc. Take care! http://www.Medicinenet.Com/script/main/mobileart.Asp?Articlekey=42334. ...Read more
About 4 days: The half life (the time it takes for half of it to get out of your system) is 22 hours. It usually takes about 4 half lives to consider it out of your system so roughly 4 days. Hope this helps. @thepeedoc www.peedoc.com ...Read more
Blood Pressure: Cardura® doxazosin selective inhibitor of alpha-adrenergic receptors. Tell your doctor if you are allergic to it; or to other Alpha blockers such as prazosin and terazosin or if congestive heart failure, angina, heart attack in last 6 months; minimize dizziness-lightheadedness, get up slowly when rising from a sitting or lying position, especially when you first start taking this drug. ...Read more
Hypertension: Switching from Cardura immediate-release (ir) to Cardura xl, therapy initiated with the lowest dose (4 mg once daily). Prior to starting therapy with Cardura xl, the final evening dose of Cardura should not be taken. Pde-5 inhibitor therapy should be initiated at lowest dose in patients taking Cardura xl. ...Read more
Alpha-blockers: Both are alpha-blockers used to relax the smooth muscle of the prostate and bladder neck resulting in improved urinary flow (can be used in both men and women). Both are available in generic form. Each can result in a decrease in bp: Flomax (tamsulosin), however, is intended to be more selective for alpha-1a type receptors and is not intended for use as an anti-hypertensive agent. ...Read more
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