When I changed from a prescription thru a local Pharmacy (just said "amlodipine) to a mail prescription (now says "amlodipine bestylate") it seems to act differently, or I am reacting differently. Are they the exact same ingredients? it was the same prescription from my doctor, but inssurance prefers mail
- Amlodipine Information for Consumers
- Amlodipine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Amlodipine (detailed)
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