Coversyl

What is Coversyl?

It is used to treat high blood pressure, heart failure or stable coronary artery disease in form of perindopril arginine

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Hello, I am wondering if my husband taking coversyl will affect a pregnancy. I've had two losses and wonder if it could be related to his...

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Brief Answer:
Not related

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I am Dr Mittal. I have read your message. I think I can help you.
The coversyl that your husband is...

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Hello I am taking 2.5mg of Coversyl since yesterday. The nausea is horrible and there is no way I can keep taking this. Is there a way to stop the...

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Brief Answer:
For nausea medication available

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Dear Patient,

in order to stop nausea medication like vomex or mcp (metoclopramide...

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Can I take Dayquil with Coversyl Plus

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Brief Answer:
no known interactions

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HI, thanks for using healthcare magic

There are different formulation of dayquil. It may...

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