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Have diabetes and high blood pressure. Taking Repace. Now prescribed Cardace. Which medicine is better?

i am a diabetic since last 8 year and SUFFERING high blood pressure .
earlier i have taken repace 50mg one tab in a day , with this doge my bp was well with in controll i.e. 120/70.
then dose has reduce to repace 25mg 1 tab a day ,now my bp is 140/85.
now doctor has advised me to take cardace 5mg .
Asked On : Sun, 14 Apr 2013
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As per my knowledge Repace is better in Diabetic patient . but some other factors are to be evaluated to decide which medicine is to be given. as far as your Doctor has prescribe you Tab Cardace There may be some reason to give this medicine.
As far As side effect is concern It differs From person to person. side effect of one medicine can be more or less in one person.
So dont think much more about the side effect
Take care
Answered: Sun, 14 Apr 2013
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