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He is on formuterol fumarate 12 mcg, paratropium bromide .5, hydrochlorothiazide 25 mg, simvastatin 10 mg, citalopram hydrobeomide 10 mg, losactan 100 mg, metoprolol tactcate 25 mg. carbamaze 200 mg. 2 X per day. lpratropium (2 sprays 4C perday), funisolade (2 sprays daily), asmanex twisthslor (1 puff daily), trazodone 50 mg as needed, Hydrocodone 5/500 as needed for pain, ranitidine 150 as needed, chlorphenramine 4 mg as needed.
I have been to primary family physician twice since I developed the cough. She believed the cough was allergy related and prescribed Clariton and a cough syrup containing Codeine. Those did not help my cough, so I went an allergist today with the problem. The testing revealed that I did not have any significant allergies. The allergist did not believe my cough was allergy related. I mentioned to my doctor today that I had been diagnosed with Thyroid Disease.
I am taking Lisinopril 40 MG tablets (one a day) and Hydrochlorothiazide 25 MG (One a day). I have this heavy feeling in my thighs when I walk even 2 blocks. It feels as if I have walked up a mountain and am STILL doing so - achey and tired legs. I also have bad legs cramps at night (Charlie Horses). Have Cold symptoms - Cough, Sneezing, congestion. Have had Chest Xray, Pulmonary Test, Oxygen Level test - ALL OK. NO LUNG DISEASE. Had Treadmill test and EKG - no heart problems.
Is it safe for me to use any over the counter cough expectorants? I'm currently taking CARVEDILOL, LISINOPRIL, HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE, AND ASPIRIN. Do cough medicines ever conflict with these medications?
However, this could also be due to some medications such as the combination of lisinopril and hydrochlorothiazide that is used to treat high blood pressure. Lisinopril is in a group of drugs called angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) while Hydrochlorothiazide is in a class of diuretics. Tingling in the hands and feet along with dizziness, headache and cough are some of the effects that are observed in this drug combination.
My question is what side effects of tenormin, zestril, and hydrochlorothiazide can cause swelling, sweating, low pulse rate, cough, dry mouth, shortness of breath, and lightheadness? I take 100mg tenormin, 40mg zestril and 25mg hydrochlorothiazide daily and notice more symptoms each day. Also my urine is a dark yellow now and I feel tired and with no energy to do things now. I have been on these meds for a long time and still my blood pressure is high.
1) Valent-H is an ARA-II type of medicaments, it avoids that the Angiotensine II can be effective 2) The name of the active substance it is Valsartan plus a Diuretic called hydrochlorothiazide. You should be able to get both of them easily, either with other brand name or as generics. 3) Lotensil is an ACE-I type of medicament, it avoids that Angiotensine II gets produced.
After trying 7 different meds for high blood pressure, I have finally been prescribed again some that do work, but I have a bad cough and sweat profusely!! My meds are Inderal LA 120 mg, Benazepril HCL 20 mg, Klor-con 10 mg, and Hydrochlorothiazide 25 mg. all taken once a day! I have to change shirts 2 or 3 times a day from all of my sweating and my cough is awful! Anyone on these meds for high blood pressure? Please let me know side effects?
Last year, in May, 2013, I was diagnosed as an asthmatic because of a persistent cough. My cough never left me in spite of taking Monetelukast (with Cetirizine) everyday since my diagnosis. My cough is sometimes dry. But when it is wet, I have a runny nose and sputum in my throat. I also use a nebulizer. But it sometimes does not provide any relief.
Hello, I have been diagnosed with ectopic arterial tachycardia and with high blood pressure. I am on lisinopril and hydrochlorothiazide. The question I have is about when I sleep I often wake up in the middle of the night with tingling in my hand and arm. I also have a cough that won't go away. I have also had sporadic bouts where my face swells up. I have been to the doctor several times and been tested for every allergy we can think of. All my tests came back negative.
My blood pressure keeps going up and now I'm on lisinopril, hydrochlorothiazide and propanalol. I have sudden onset of fatigue with nausea and dizziness so I'm now taking promethazone. I'm also taking a low dosage (2mg) of steroids (dexamethasone). I have terrible memory problems and my brain is like a slug (I had an IQ of 143, but I think I've lost it). My biggest question, is what in the heck is a lymphoepithelial tangle and is it related to lymphoma?
CBC, MET, TSH, RF, SED and doppler of legs. An ECG had a borderline R wave. A urine test had a trace of blood/bacteria, and haline casts. X-rays of lumbar spine showed DDD. My upper back was NOT imaged.) My doctor prescribed hydrochlorothiazide 50mg (for HBP 150/90.), and Flexeril 10mg (for my legs.) I was also on prednisone 10mg for two weeks. I vomited.) The doctor was not sure of a diagnosis. And I was sent to other doctors: 2005-A rheumatologist.
Well, I am 20 years old and I was taking a diet pill called T-2 Lean that contained 340mg of caffeine that a trainer told me would work. I had a adverse side effect on the 17th of January because of this drug. I went to the ER and they diagnosised me with acute Gerd and to follow up with a specialist. They also ran a EKG and told my parents that I was fine & I had no heart murmur-Which is good. My appointment with the GI is set for today but I have been taking Nexium 40 mg a day.
6 monthes ago I started getting shortness of breath in the shower in the morning. It has gotten progressively worse. Mostly with exertion. I also get light headed and have dizzy spells. 3 monthes ago, I was diagnosed with high blood pressure. During routine work-up, an echo was done. My pulmonary pressure was 44. They repeated it a month later and it was 43. I was seen by a specialist who felt he needed to do a right heart catheterization. It was normal.
Am on Plavix(75 mg), Lipitor (20 mg), Hydrochlorothiazide (25mg). No symptoms now other than muscle weakness, and a left arm jerk in response ro any sudden noise. The jerk is maybe 2 inches. Yesterday one happened in steering the auto causing the car to swerve into the oncoming traffice lane. The cause was a cough of one of the passengers! Fortunately there were no cars in the oncoming lane. What is causing the sudden left arm jerk? Should anything be done? What?
Hi, my mom is 56 years old and has a hisotry of high blood pressure, bipolar disorder, vitamin b12 deficiency, hypokalemia, and occasional migraines but otherwise is a fairly healthy individual. Two years ago she began having these strange "episodes" where she would have a barky sounding cough, then suddenly her speech would become slurred and slow and it makes it very difficult for her to form her words.
Am on Plavix(75 mg), Lipitor (20 mg), Hydrochlorothiazide (25mg). No symptoms now other than muscle weakness, and a left arm jerk in response ro any sudden noise. The jerk is maybe 2 inches. Yesterday one happened in steering the auto causing the car to swerve into the oncoming traffice lane. The cause was a cough of one of the passengers! Fortunately there were no cars in the oncoming lane. What is causing the sudden left arm jerk? Should anything be done? What?
The medicine for your high blood pressure looks like a combination of two drugs (triamterene and hydrochlorothiazide). Sometimes it comes in a capsule and sometimes in tablet form, depending on the manufacturer. It seems your new insurance covers the drug combo but insists on one made by a specific company (Santoz) and they make it in tablet form. It shouldn't make a difference but you never know. This drug is a double whammy water pill.
Since you are in your fifties, you'll need at some point to add a mild diuretic to gain long term control and that usually is hydrochlorothiazide. BP meds typically are outsmarted by the kidneys over time so long term that is necessary Very cheap combo is lisinopril/hctz and very effective They make combination pills of both drugs If you get a cough as ace inhibitors can sometimes cause, you can switch to angiotensin receptor blocker.
It took several different BP meds to get me where I needed to be. First was Lisinopril, which made me cough so much that I felt like I threw my back out and made my stomach muscles sore as hell, next was hydrochlorothiazide, that landed me in the ER because it depleted the sodium from my body (Which turns out that it is very dangerous to have NO sodium, I literally felt like I was dying on that one). So please talk to your doc about it.
Am on Plavix(75 mg), Lipitor (20 mg), Hydrochlorothiazide (25mg). No symptoms now other than muscle weakness, and a left arm jerk in response ro any sudden noise. The jerk is maybe 2 inches. Yesterday one happened in steering the auto causing the car to swerve into the oncoming traffice lane. The cause was a cough of one of the passengers! Fortunately there were no cars in the oncoming lane. What is causing the sudden left arm jerk? Should anything be done? What?
Am on Plavix(75 mg), Lipitor (20 mg), Hydrochlorothiazide (25mg). No symptoms now other than muscle weakness, and a left arm jerk in response ro any sudden noise. The jerk is maybe 2 inches. Yesterday one happened in steering the auto causing the car to swerve into the oncoming traffice lane. The cause was a cough of one of the passengers! Fortunately there were no cars in the oncoming lane. What is causing the sudden left arm jerk? Should anything be done? What?
Am on Plavix(75 mg), Lipitor (20 mg), Hydrochlorothiazide (25mg). No symptoms now other than muscle weakness, and a left arm jerk in response ro any sudden noise. The jerk is maybe 2 inches. Yesterday one happened in steering the auto causing the car to swerve into the oncoming traffice lane. The cause was a cough of one of the passengers! Fortunately there were no cars in the oncoming lane. What is causing the sudden left arm jerk? Should anything be done? What?
Am on Plavix(75 mg), Lipitor (20 mg), Hydrochlorothiazide (25mg). No symptoms now other than muscle weakness, and a left arm jerk in response ro any sudden noise. The jerk is maybe 2 inches. Yesterday one happened in steering the auto causing the car to swerve into the oncoming traffice lane. The cause was a cough of one of the passengers! Fortunately there were no cars in the oncoming lane. What is causing the sudden left arm jerk? Should anything be done? What?
Am on Plavix(75 mg), Lipitor (20 mg), Hydrochlorothiazide (25mg). No symptoms now other than muscle weakness, and a left arm jerk in response ro any sudden noise. The jerk is maybe 2 inches. Yesterday one happened in steering the auto causing the car to swerve into the oncoming traffice lane. The cause was a cough of one of the passengers! Fortunately there were no cars in the oncoming lane. What is causing the sudden left arm jerk? Should anything be done? What?
Am on Plavix(75 mg), Lipitor (20 mg), Hydrochlorothiazide (25mg). No symptoms now other than muscle weakness, and a left arm jerk in response ro any sudden noise. The jerk is maybe 2 inches. Yesterday one happened in steering the auto causing the car to swerve into the oncoming traffice lane. The cause was a cough of one of the passengers! Fortunately there were no cars in the oncoming lane. What is causing the sudden left arm jerk? Should anything be done? What?
Am on Plavix(75 mg), Lipitor (20 mg), Hydrochlorothiazide (25mg). No symptoms now other than muscle weakness, and a left arm jerk in response ro any sudden noise. The jerk is maybe 2 inches. Yesterday one happened in steering the auto causing the car to swerve into the oncoming traffice lane. The cause was a cough of one of the passengers! Fortunately there were no cars in the oncoming lane. What is causing the sudden left arm jerk? Should anything be done? What?
Am on Plavix(75 mg), Lipitor (20 mg), Hydrochlorothiazide (25mg). No symptoms now other than muscle weakness, and a left arm jerk in response ro any sudden noise. The jerk is maybe 2 inches. Yesterday one happened in steering the auto causing the car to swerve into the oncoming traffice lane. The cause was a cough of one of the passengers! Fortunately there were no cars in the oncoming lane. What is causing the sudden left arm jerk? Should anything be done? What?
Am on Plavix(75 mg), Lipitor (20 mg), Hydrochlorothiazide (25mg). No symptoms now other than muscle weakness, and a left arm jerk in response ro any sudden noise. The jerk is maybe 2 inches. Yesterday one happened in steering the auto causing the car to swerve into the oncoming traffice lane. The cause was a cough of one of the passengers! Fortunately there were no cars in the oncoming lane. What is causing the sudden left arm jerk? Should anything be done? What?
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