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Azor versus Exforge?

Posted 17 Mar 2011 by spahwa 1 answer

I am 32 years old with chronic high blood pressure. My doctor switched me from Caduet to Azor and within 4 weeks I had severe pain in my extremeties-my feet were killing me. Now I have been switched to Exforge 5/320. Any suggestions about I might face in side effects? .

I have been prescribed bipreterax and caduet for HBP also I have cipralex , is that safe?

Posted 1 Nov 2010 by shehabd 2 answers

i feel lots of side effects like beeing dizzy , unballnced , feeling unreality ..etc

I take Caduet & Coreg CR, side effect: decreased sex drive, impotence or dificulty having an?

Posted 29 Mar 2010 by hansler 1 answer

orgasm. Is there a substitute combination without the side effects?

I am taking Caduet 5mg/10mg at 8 am but have hartburn at night. Says not to take antacids?

Posted 6 May 2010 by rcawhite 1 answer

I have cronic heartburn that I eat a rolaids one at bed time (9PM) what can I take if not antacids ? Please help

Has any one one had muscle problems and leg problems taking caduet?

Posted 2 Apr 2010 by carletta54 1 answer

my aunt was taking caduet she now has problems walking she was wondering if anyone else had this problem

I have been given 10/40 caduet is there a 20/40 as well?

Posted 27 Mar 2010 by ersillia 1 answer

BP is over 133

Can caduet and fenobibrate ok to take both same time?

Posted 11 Sep 2009 by marifi 1 answer

my mom was given a prescription for her cholesterol. she was gvin a caduet 4mg and finofibrate 54mg.when she takes the finofibrate, she gets swollen feet. please advise if this meds are necessary to be take both since both are to reduce cholesterol?

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