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Telma 20 Mg Side Effects
Yes: Listed side effects are: fetal mortality if used in pregnancy, allergy including anaphylaxis, low blood pressure, liver, kidney, and pancreatic toxicity, anemia and low platelet count, rashes, glaucoma, light sensitivity. Common side effects are: stuffy nose, dizziness, fatigue, diarrhea, nausea, stomach upset, and cough. That said, the vast majority of users have no side effects! ...Read more
Yes: Any drug can cause side effects. However, you'll only know if you'll suffer from them if you take the drug. Therefore, only take medications when the potential for benefit exceeds the risk for side effects. Check out the following for more information re telmisartan's potential side effects: http://www. Drugs. Com/sfx/telmisartan-side-effects. Html. ...Read more
If a person has started taking micardis (telmisartan) since the age of about 40, are there any potential long term side effects of taking it for many years ahead.
No: It's safe for the long haul but your renal function needs to be checked at least once a year and the dose adjusted if necessary. ...Read more
Side effects: Ramipril (r) is a member of the angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor class of anti-hypertensives. Telmisartan (t) is a member of the angiotension receptor blocker class of anti-hypertensives. Both reduce blood pressure and proteinuria. The major side effect of r is a cough and angioneurotic edema. Drugs of the t class have fewer side effects and are better tolerated in some patients than r. ...Read more
Back pain& coughing: The most common side effects are headache, dizziness, back pain, fatigue, stomach upset, upper respiratory tract infections, hyperkalemia, and diarrhea. Patients also may experience impotence, reduced renal function, and allergic reactions. Rhabdomyolysis (inflammation and destruction of muscle) and angioedema (swelling of soft tissues including those of the throat and larynx)are rare. ...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
Would be: Extremely unusual.Get a more detailed answer ›
Possible: It's possible. The only way to know for sure is to stop the med, wait for the side effects to resolve, and then reintroduce the med. ...Read more
I have high blood pressure. I take telmisartan and pantoprazale regularly. What are its side effects? Are they safe? How to lower my blood pressure?
ARB: Telmisartan is the generic name of micardis- an angiotensin receptor blocker working in your kidney to dilate blood vessels and lower blood pressure. It's absolutely contraindicated in pregnancy. Otherwise, side effects are rare. Pantoprazole is the generic name of protonix, (pantoprazole) a proton pump inhibitor that reduces gastric acid production. It has no effect on BP and also is usually well tolerated. ...Read more
My husband is taking micardis, (telmisartan) does it have any side effects for concieving? I'm also taking seretide for my asthma. We have been trying to conceive.
No conception: Your hsuband's Micardis (telmisartan) has no negative on conceiving nor does your seretid. If you are unable to conceive, ask your gyn for help in the types of testing you may need to have to find out the reason why. Good luck. ...Read more
Which gives less side effects, telmisartan or olmasartan, I have been taking 20mg of telmisartan and have developed a chest/throat complaint.
The same: I do not believe there is any significant difference in the side effect profile. Could this be related to the pill / capsule getting stuck in the throat? Maybe take with food? ...Read more
My BP is 130/80 in the morning before taking telma h and 110/70 in the evening after 8hours of medication should I change the medication?
Blood pressure: Good BP response, no need for change with that data. ...Read more
Moms BP is high & dr gave her telma 40 telma 20 & cilacar 5 mg for her BP. Her meds are quite spread out morning then 11 then 5 pm & at night. Confusing?
Not knowing what: The other medications are that she is taking prevents me from helping you coordinate her regimen. The Telma should be taken twice daily about 12 hours apart and the Cilacar could be taken at anytime during the day or in combination with her Telma. I think you should ask her health care provider to review her treatment and make her regimen simpler if possible. ...Read more
I will get headache in the morning. I have BP and it got it is under control. I am usimg telma h.
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I am taking telma 40 a generic drug for hypertension. I am clocking 130/90 regularly. Is it alright or should it be 120/80 on dot?
Moms BP was high & pulse around 50, meds started as given by dr but still its fluctuating. She is 73yrs. Given telma 40 & 20 & cilacar 5mg. Are these ok!!
Probably essential: hypertension and still not controlled with medication. It is desired that pulse rate up to 60 and bp medication side effect appears to be dragging the pulse rate down. Talk to her doctor may be some other kind of medications can be tried for better control and at the same time keep the pulse rate higher. ...Read more
What do you advise if I'm taking telma h (40mg+12.5mg) and ln bloc 10mg for high BP is it proper treatment for control the bp?
After one week angioplasty my bp is high...i take a tablet telma am 40/5 for bp in the morning regular but at evening my bp again high. What is reason?
The medication is: Not being effective for the full 24 hours. You may need an adjustment of the dose or addition of more medications. You should see your health care provider for reassessment and adjustment of your medications. ...Read more
Dad (79) took 1 telma h-40 a day for 10 yrs, had 120/80 bp. But since 1 yr, BP 160/80 even after telma h40 +amlodipine 5mg both twice/day. What to do?
Adjust medications: BP becomes more difficult to control age people get older because arteries are stiffer. His doctor needs to keep adjusting his medications until the right combination is achieved. Will also need to make sure there is no secondary factor that is making his BP go up. ...Read more