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Posted 27 Nov 2012 by Stodeyboy • 2 answers
25mg Atenolol 75 mg Asprin 5 mg Amlodipine 20 mg Atorvastatin 450 mg Allopurinoll
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Posted 28 Apr 2016 by Mcminimy079 • 0 answers
... still take it?
Posted 7 Mar 2016 by davymcadam1 • 0 answers
i also have claudication in both legs ,walking is difficult.
Posted 3 Nov 2015 by black1968 • 1 answer
I have a blocked artery in my leg. The doctor recommended taking one aspirin a day. I also have high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
Posted 23 Oct 2013 by fuwillis • 1 answer
Both the drugs are classified Bata-Blockers and treat the same symptoms Is there any difference in the two?.
Posted 31 Oct 2014 by mojotycoon • 1 answer
Rather than taking 3 pills over a 15 minute period, can I take one pill every hour or so? One pill relieves my angina but sometimes it returns.
Posted 25 Sep 2013 by ElPrimo • 2 answers
In March of 2012 I had a heart attack and two stents put in. I was taking medications associated that was prescribed by my Dr. from Virginia Heart. In Dec of 2012 I lost my job and without health care have been unable to obtain prescriptions. I am also unable to obtain any information from my Dr. ...
I accidentally took 2 240 mg diltiazem pills this morning. I usually just take one for palpitations?
Posted 17 Apr 2012 by janisfern • 1 answer
... should I be worried about overdosage?
Posted 30 Jan 2013 by Kishan Vasekar • 1 answer
IMDUR 30 started after chest pain on Jan 9th.Vague pain continue till 30th jan 13.What dose it mean ?
Posted 28 Jan 2013 by Kishan Vasekar • 2 answers
There is difference of opinion between 2 Cardiologists . One has said that I have to take for Life Time and other feels is temporary issue and recommended to review/stop after 1 month.
Posted 11 Aug 2011 by ala27iary • 1 answer
Posted 7 Jan 2012 by elma34 • 1 answer
does it provide sustained.controlled or delayed release?
Posted 10 Jul 2011 by YEROLCHINA • 1 answer
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