Verapamil

What is Verapamil?

Verapamil is a calcium channel blocker used to treat hypertension and to control angina.

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I take Verapmil 180 mg daily for tacardia, Imistakenly took a second pill 2 hrs later i amconcerned about my BP dropping. I am on vacation unable...

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Brief Answer:
Maximum dose of verapamil in adults is 480 mg/day.

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You don't worry at all....

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I have hydrocardiomyopathy. I also have a leaky valve. My dr has increased my med of bystolic to 25 mg aday and verapamil to 180 mg twice a day....

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Brief Answer:
No its not related to medicine

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Bistolic is a betablocker while...

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What's the difference between Verapamil SR and Verapamil ER? The pharmacist says they're identical, but if that's the case, why do they make 2...

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Brief Answer:
No difference between SR and ER

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Your pharmacist was right, there is no difference in ER (...

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