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Taking Telma and Amlong for hypertension. Any side effects of Tri Olvance and Rozat?

I am Hypertensive for last 15 yrs. I was taking Telma 40 + Amlong 5 for last 5 years. Now I have advised to take Tri Olvance 40. My BP on an average is 140/90. My height 174 cm. Weight 85 Kgs. I have been also advised to take Rozat 10 since my Serum Cholestrol is 229. & low HDL . Pl advice me on (1) can I start taking new tablets (2) what are the side effects of new tables
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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Hi, thanks for using healthcare magic

Tri olvance is a combination antihypertensive medication, it contains olmesartan, amlopdipine and hydrochorothiazide. The olmesartan is in the same family of drugs as the telma that you were previously taking and the amlodipine is the same as the amlong .
Some of the possible side side effects of the olmesartan are dizziness, nausea, diarrhoea, electrolyte abnormalities. These may or may not occur.
The only difference would be the hydrochorothiazide which is a diuretic (medication that makes the body lose excess fluid). Excess volume is one of the possible reasons for uncontrolled blood pressure and the diuretic would help in this aspect.

If your doctor suggests the change in medication, then you should consider taking them, you may want to speak to him/her regarding any concerns that you may have.

I hope this helps
Answered: Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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