I have also been told lately that my calium and vitamin d are low could verapamil be causing this?
Verapamil is a calcium-ion channel blocker often indicated to patients in whom diuretics and/or beta-blockers have resulted in undesirable side-effects.
Strangely enough, it has also been shown that combining Verapamil with a diuretic was not only fully compatible, but showed additive antihypertensive effects.
So Alice, while this does not give you a specific answer, only your doctor who knows your specific scenario would be able to give you a final answer. I just wanted to arm you with as much information as possible before leaving you.
- Verapamil Information for Consumers
- Verapamil Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Verapamil (detailed)
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