How does lotensin work

Common Questions and Answers about How does lotensin work

lotensin

my pdoc explained that while alcohal doesn't interact negatively with Lithium, it does dilute it, so it does affect your levels. He said that drinking a little is ok, but remember that alcohal is dehydrating, which is also dangerous when you're on Lithium. If you can, avoid it as much as possible. A little won't hurt you but don't make a habit of it. And don't use it as medicine (self-medicate).
I've heard about small vessel disease but know nothing about it. I would say that the solution is to figure out how to stop the process and how to stimulate vasular growth. I would say that beta blocker's wouldn't be my first choice in a BP drug, especially if you are physically active. I would go for an ACE inhibitor, such as Altace. You might read some research on them. They seem to have a beneficial effect on the endothelial cells. Also, although I carry nitro, I have never taken it.
My blood pressure today was still 150/105 all day even after taking 2 of the Lotensin. Does any of this sound right? I'm not sure what doc to believe now. And how long will it take for my bp to get back to normal? Thanks in advance! This is stressing me out!
I have a history of HBP after taking Celebrex for about a year about 7 years ago. I was on Lotensin and it controlled my bp wel probably 130/80. Then after about 2 years my BP went up to about 150/90 even though the doctor raised the dosage of Lotensin a few times. I was put on Norvasc which lowered my BP but had me feeling TERRIBLE. I tried another BP med which had me at 120/76 for 3 months....then back up.
An ACEi is an angiotension converting enzyme. Here is a blurb: "What are ACE inhibitors, and how do they work? (They decrease the production of angiotensin ll) Angiotensin II is a very potent chemical that causes the muscles surrounding blood vessels to contract and thereby narrows the blood vessels. The narrowing of the vessels increases the pressure within the vessels and can cause high blood pressure (hypertension).
Here is what drugs.
If the medicine is metoprolol, the only downside to your current regimen is that you are eventually going to find taking the medication 4 times a day to be a drag. Doctors are in 2 camps about how often metoprolol should be administered. I used to prescribe it twice a day, but have now gone to thrice per day. This schedule might be easier to take than 4x/day. The best option might be to switch to a long-acting version of metoprolol called Toprol XL. This is a once a day medicine.
He takes 5 mg Norvasc, and Lotensin 20 mg for the high blood pressure. He also takes an adult asprin daily as well as a multivitamin. After the holter report the cardiologist wants to switch the Norvasc to Toprol. He would start the Toprol at 25mg and work up as needed. He said these would control the PAC's better. He said he has atrial iritablility.
Now, my son is taking Depakote 250mg.in the morning and 375mg. at night. My question is how long my son has to take Depakote? Is there any alternate medicine for this? Is there any permanent cure for this? He has no other problems other than turning his head and blinking his eyes. I appreciate your response. Thanks.
If you seek hospital records or records from any other medical facility, you'll want to request them directly from that facility. How to Request Your Medical Records Most practices and facilities ask you to fill out a form to request your records. Call the provider's office and request a copy of the form. If the doctor's office doesn't have a specific form, you may write a letter to make your request.
Dear Doctor, I am a 57 year old male that had 2 vessel bypass surgery 5 years ago for artery disease. My presenting symptoms were right arm pain on exertion. My question is how best to monitor my condition. I still have angina on exertion although is manageable. Based on cath, I have still have some blockages, some are diffuse and some in small vessels. I have had some collateral development. I take lotensin, beta blocker, plavix and advicor (zocor and niacin). My lipids are good.
ModuChol™, taken daily, may reduce the risk of heart disease by lowering cholesterol. What is ModuChol™ and How Does it Lower Cholesterol? ModuChol™ consists of plant sterol esters, clinically proven to help reduce harmful LDL cholesterol levels, a major indicator for heart disease. ModuChol™ contains 0.65 grams of plant sterol esters in each capsule. ModuChol™ uses an innovative vegetarian Li-Cap or liquid capsule making the liquid contents readily absorbed.
I take Sotalol for afib and tach-no real side effects. It does work well-it is a beta blocker/anti-arrthyhmic. I used to take Coreg for heart failure-no side effects until they upped my dose, then hypotensive and dizzy alot.I was on digoxin to slow my rate, which it did too well.I used to take Profafenone for arrthymhias-no side effects for me. I take red yeast rice and fish oil for cholesterol (both with my cardiologists blessing).
When she goes through these spells does that mean she cant breath? cause I can hear it in her chest. like a weez. PLEASE help. I'm just at a loss of what to do anymore. But, when she isn't going through these spells she is as happy as can be. Running around like a puppy.
Also alot of males have reported experiencing their first bouts (or worsening bouts) of PAC/PVC after a big weight loss (which i think could also mean that their relative eostogen ratio would drop). Does anyone out there wanna do a research paper?!! BTW, how are you going these days DCMOM?
anyone start on 25mg and have more headaches than before meds?
Some people preference for taking medication varies throuh out the day. I am currently back to taking sylimn, which does not work as well as the victoza. Victoza is a great medication for helping a type 2 diabetic to control their appetite and to lose weight. I want to thank you all for being so open and honest with your responses. I am willing to give it a try based on all the wonderful experiences you all have shared with me.
MedHelp Health Answers