What is Diovan?

Diovan is an antihypertensive drug of class angiotensin II receptor antagonist. It is used for treatment of high blood pressure, congestive heart failure (CHF), or post-myocardial infarction.

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I used to take Diovan 80 MG for hypertnsion. Recently I had to undergo angioplasty and my bp reduced substantilly, sometimes falling to 110/80 or...

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Diovan is a medication that regulates blood pressure and also has a beneficial effects on heart. It is possible that your doctor prescribed...

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I am currently on 320 Diovan daily but my B/P is continuously higher now than it used to be. My doctor told me once years ago that if the B/P went...

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Thanks for posting your query.
The blood pressure readings in your case are high despite taking regular medicine. A dose of 320 mg daily of...

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Yes, please. I began taking diovan 12/2011 - 80mg In Jan of 2023, my AST was 26.00. On 7/19/2012, it was 29.00. 1/16/2013 it was 36.00 and...

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Dear Friend,

Diovan is Valsartan which is a drug commonly used for treatment of hypertension.

No, Diovan is not associated with rise in ALT, ALP,...

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