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Norvasc and diovan combination

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Dr.  Anil Grover MD

I am taking Diovan 160 along with ziac and norvasc . My medicare plan to next year is tripling the co-pay of Diovan. Can I ask my doctor to replace the diovan with atenonol ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Anil Grover ( Cardiologist)
Dr. Robert Galamaga MD

issues - but high bp issue - but daily medicine norvasc 5mg and diovane 80mg keeps in control. few days ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Robert Galamaga ( Hematologist)
Dr.     Bhanu Partap MD

Taking Losartan 25mg in combination with amlodipine besylate 10mg and chlorthalidone 25mg (take one half) daily. Question is there a risk of hypotension and low blood pressure and death? ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Bhanu Partap ( Cardiologist)
Dr. Luchuo Engelbert Bain MD

I have been taking diovan and Norvasc for about 15 years to control high blood pressure . Just before Christmas coreg was added, which has brought down the b.p. somewhat, but after the first few weeks ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Luchuo Engelbert Bain ( General & Family Physician)
Dr.  T Shobha Deepak MD

, but no real pain. I am on many meds, including Diovan, Felodopine, Pravastatin , Allopurinal and 50,000 mg ... my gall bladder removed (about 8 0r 9 years ago). I am wondering if the combination of all my... View answer

Answered by : Dr. T Shobha Deepak ( General & Family Physician)

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Dr. Akhtarhusian Ghausi MD

I was given 4 different types of BP lowering meds, each twice per day: 2 Diovan 160 mg, 2 Norvasc 5 ... take it. I had been taking Diovan for many years and ran out so got into trouble with high... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Akhtarhusian Ghausi ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Salah Saad Shoman MD

I became allergic to norvasc and diovan after 25 or so years. Now I am on hydralazine. I am now breaking out with eczema from it. Prinivil put me in the hospital many years ago. What would you recommend ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Salah Saad Shoman ( Internal Medicine Specialist)
Dr.  Aaron Branch MD

Hello. I have been on BP meds for about 20 months. I was taking both norvasc 10. and diovan 320/25. The norvasc cause me to have a lot of heartburn and lower ext swelling. My MD DC the norvasc... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Aaron Branch ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Ilir Sharka MD

I am on coreg, lasix, norvasc. In addition, I was on benicar but my insurance company will not pay for it. My MD put me on diovan instead and I am feeling much more fatigued than usual. Could the switch ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Ilir Sharka ( Cardiologist)
Dr. Vasudha Jayant Athavale MD

Good day! Yes does Diovan cause weight gain? Recently underwent left thyroidectomy in January. Labs as I d 3months ago show no abnormal results. Recently in March had a significant reaction to Norvasc ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Vasudha Jayant Athavale ( General & Family Physician)

Mobile Questions and Answers

Dr. Praveen G MD

Hello, Welcome to HCM, Diovan 160/12.5 is a combination of valsartan, which is a angiotensin II receptor blocker (ARB) and hydrochlorothiazide, which is a diuretic. This is a excellent drug to control blood...

Dr. Klerida Shehu MD

Yes you can get both safely.

Dr. Matt Wachsman MD

yes, they are perfectly fine together. Both are quite good for you.