Displaying 16 questions associated with Norvasc.
I normally take,since about 4 years, a daily dose of lisinopril40mg combines with norvasc 10 in the am.today ,by accident,I took another dose of the same medicines at 10pm.is this dangerous?
Was recently put on 5mg Norvasc I want to know what other users have found to be the optimal time to take this medication, I work full time and don't want side effects to interfere with my work
2/26/13 I have been on Norvasc since October 2012, and the first night taking it I experienced dibilitating dizziness, tingling in face, hands, and almost passing out. I attributed that to having a glass of wine. Since then have had NO alcohol, and have been experiencing increasing anxiety, which... read more
I have been on Norvasc for 4 years on 5mg. is it safe to consume alcohol in moderation? I don't get any side effects from the medication but i would love a drink every now and then.
I accidentally took a second dose of my Norvasac (once a day). Should I be concerned at all? I have never done this before. It was about 4 hours apart.
... carvedilol for a day prior to the test . one day and half back on got up suddenly ear ring that has not stop. other medicine are Norvasc atorvastatin Plavix carvedilol asprin can this problem happen on carvedilol . Had a stent put in in February the year 2013.
Hi everyone I accidentally took my husband's high blood pressure medication (Norvasc 10mg). I am a bit concerned as I don't have high blood pressure - in fact it's on the low side, last I measured was 98/65. How worried should I be?
I also take simvastatin but never suffered with constipation until I started Norvasc?
Besides high blood pressure Meds, I take many meds for Parkinson's disease.
I took a total of 5mg Norvasc in 2 divided doses. I did fine with the 1st 2.5mgs but on the 2nd dose I had a strange sensation in my throat about 4hrs after taking it. Has anyone else experienced that? The doctor told me not to take it after that one experience but I would like to reconsider it.... read more
Chinese manufacturers use ingrediants that may be substitutes and not of a medically pure product. Side effects from unknown manufacture sources could kill user. Generic versions of omlodipine are scary and very dangerous, especially if from China
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