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Chest pain and ear buzzing after taking Micardis. Now stomach pain and discharge

i was diagnosed with essential hypertension 5 months ago so I was prescribe with Micardis. But after 5 months of taking the med, i observed my ear is buzzing and my chest is in pain. So I stop taking the med. Right now I take MX3 capsule but I notice that my lower stomach is in pain and i always discharge at the toilet?
Asked On : Mon, 21 May 2012
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Hi welcome to Health care magic forum. Essential hypertension is mischivous, as it cant be pridicted being in the early age.It is diagnosed after 2nd or 3rd visits.
Micardis is a good and safe anti hypertensive, with few side effects. But unluckly you have got them, sinusitis and buzzing sounds in the ears. The abdominal pain could be either due to micardis or MX3 .
first of all you should get symptomatic relief, for that i advise you to consult a physician, if they are recurred then you should stop these drugs and shift to some other drugs.
In the mean while i advise you to follow some diet recommendations as avoid taking fruits and juices and ice water to avoid rhinitis, and sinusitis , csom, etc. till this matter is settled. (buzzing)
Avoid taking spices, chillies , junk foods, and non vegetarian foods to avoid gastric irritation and intestinal motility till you are relieved of motion problem.
Wishing for a quick recovery and thanks for calling.
Answered: Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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