Took Cialis and passed out. Takes Losartan potassium. Related?
My husband took cialis for the first time and in the middle of the night he got up to go to the bathroom and passed out and went crashing to he floor and was out for about 30 seconds and did not even remember what had happened. He also takes losartan potassium but did not take it for a few...
Taking Lipitor, Losartan, potassium, HCTZ, creatinine level 242?
I had regular quarterly blood work done last week because I m on generic lipitor , losartan potassium and HCTZ...PCP said kidneys, liver , sugar and all that stuff was fine...But she said the creatinine levels were 242 and should be 192 or under?...I have to follow up with blood work in 4...
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Can I stop taking losartan potassium all at once ?
Can I stop taking losartan potassium all at once? My husband has been on it for over a year and he stopped taking it five days ago and his eyes now feel as if they are bulging and they are all extremely light sensitive. His back and neck also feel weird. He deals with arthritis, however,...
Can I take amlodepine besylate and losartan potassium at the same time?
Can I take amlodepine besylate 5 mg and losartan pottasium 25mg at the same time? My doctor prescribed me these two medicines. While it is indicated in the prescription that I take one med in the morning and one at lunch. I clarified with her and she said it is safe to take them at the same time....
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