14 Jun 2009
See http://www.drugs.com/sfx/micardis-side-effects.html for a list of side effects.
3 Jun 2010
Micardis is an ARB (angiotensin receptor blocker). This class, along with Ace Inhibitors, are known for having few adverse sexual effects -- just the opposite of beta blockers. In fact, some small studies by a few of the ARB's have found that they actually *improved* patient-reported sexual satisfaction. I suppose it's always possible that Micardis is a little different than other ARB's in this respect -- and sometimes people do have paradoxical reactions (or blame the drug when it's really not the cause) -- but you probably don't have anything to worry about.
- Micardis Information for Consumers
- Micardis Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Micardis (detailed)
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... ankles. I thought I read somewhere that Micardis could cause gout. I have never had any swelling at all until I started this med.
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... prescribed 80mg of Micardis twice daily but am unsure if this is too much. Can you advise me please?
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I take 80mg of Micardis at bedtime. Would taking it in the morning be better?
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