I was taking an orange three sided benazepril and it's been changed to a while round one. The white one is doing nothing for my bloodpressure. I need to find the one I was taking before. Thank You
Hello Maggiemay41, & welcome to the site. I am sorry no one has answered your question to date. It sounds like you may have gotten a generic of your original prescription. You can talk to your druggist aout this, & change back to the original pill if they carry it. Some of the big box stores only carry specific brands as they are cheaper for them to buy in quanity. If this is the case, you may have to shop around at different pharmacies. You can to to the top of the page in blue, & there is a pill identifier. Since you didn't list the exact dose, it would help if you would look it up, so your pharmacist knows exactly what you are talking about. I too have found that some generics do not work as well as the original drug. It happens, & all you can do is ask for the origanal. Sometimes the doctor will mark the prescription whether it is ok to substitute a generic for the original. You may have to ask your doctor to mark 'may not substitute' on the prescritption. I hope this is of help to you...
- Benazepril Information for Consumers
- Benazepril Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Benazepril (detailed)
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