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User Reviews for Twynsta

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High Blood Pressure  
8.4
11 reviews 266 medications

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Reviews for Twynsta

Tommy · Taken for 2 to 5 years August 16, 2020

For High Blood Pressure: “My BP was running high 147/85 in the UK and docs left me alone it was that high from the age of 40 then relocated at 57 to Asia around 60 my BP shot up to 156/90 and my cardio put me on twynsta 40/5 and increased to 80/5 and after 2 years now on lower dose of 40/5. In addition I had racing heart and also took 5mg Neblilet and it did the trick but after 2 years my BP dropped and now Nebilet 1.5 you can split the tablet by hand and my BP is between 110/80 and 125/80 depending on time of day. So 40/5 Twynsta and 1.5 nebilet daily and monitor my BP regular that is the key keep and eye on it. Ive gained a bit of belly fat...my ED is controlled by Cialis.”

10 / 10
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rizzo50 March 13, 2010

For High Blood Pressure: “I have been on this drug for 2 months. It has definitely brought my blood pressure down to where it should be. Unfortunately, it is cost prohibitive because it is not covered in my plan D formulary. $5.00 per pill is hard to swallow.”

9 / 10
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Anonymous · Taken for 1 to 6 months December 16, 2019

For High Blood Pressure: “Started this about 2 months ago, have gained 5kg, up all night going to the bathroom and swollen ankles. Will be asking Dr for something different, has decreased blood pressure but not sure the side effects are worth it.”

5 / 10
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Cucu January 21, 2020

For High Blood Pressure: “I have been on Twynsta 40/10 and another for 6 months. Has brought my BP down to average 125/70 from 160/90. Problem is swollen ankles, legs; dizziness, lightheadedness at time. Generally, happy with Twynsta. But cost is prohibitive. This med only costs about 1$ in Kenya.”

9 / 10
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Golflands April 15, 2012

For High Blood Pressure: “Changed from Candesartan/HCTZ to this because of too frequent urination. Probably worse now at 4 or 5 times per night - really affecting sleep. On the plus side, I'm fine during the day and my BP has dropped from 140/90 on the previous medication to 125/85. I'll live with it.”

6 / 10
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Hy Beepee · Taken for 2 to 5 years January 1, 2013

For High Blood Pressure: “Have been on Twynsta for 4 years...I have a great BP 112/70. And absolutely no side effects. I am completely happy with it.”

10 / 10
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Rolie · Taken for 2 to 5 years November 10, 2019

For High Blood Pressure: “I am using Twynsta for more than 4 years now and I feel relaxed after taking it, it does not push me to urinate like the other meds I have taken, best medicine I have used for high blood pressure”

10 / 10
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Anonymous March 2, 2012

For High Blood Pressure: “Awesome medicine. Have been on it for 3 years. I have perfect blood pressure now. No side effects. I love it.”

10 / 10
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Anonymous · Taken for less than 1 month June 2, 2012

For High Blood Pressure: “I was taking hydrochlorothiazide and my blood pressure was still 190/120. Doc added Twynsta to it and now I'm literally a perfect score. 144/83. Hasn't even been a month yet!”

9 / 10
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Lyla · Taken for 1 to 6 months March 23, 2018

For High Blood Pressure: “Using twynsta. Gained weight, from 56 kg to 63kg. Cramps in legs. Thinking of using natural remedies.”

5 / 10
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Anonymous February 3, 2011

For High Blood Pressure: “Overall well tolerated. Just put on higher dose (80 mg/10 mg) for better blood pressure control. I will see if there are increased side effects. Am currently on Twynsta for 3 months.”

9 / 10
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