was taking perindoprill 4mg for 28 days, bp was unchanged, so now been put on candesartan 8mg for a months trial
11 Nov 2011
Yes, you should see some results in 2 days. It is however difficult to assess the benefits in 2 days, unless you have a blood pressure machine and can check you blood pressure to see if there has been a drop from 2 days ago.
- Candesartan Information for Consumers
- Candesartan Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Candesartan (detailed)
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