Amlodipine

Amlodipine Is Prescribed For:

Chest aches or heart soreness (angina) that crops up because of inadequate oxygen being transported to the muscles of the heart. Inadequate oxygen might be a consequence of blockage or spasms in the coronary artery, or as a result of physical effort which boosts the demand of heart oxygen in a person with a coronary artery contraction. Amlodipine is made use of for management and handling in addition to deterrence of angina ensuing from coronary spasms as well as due to physical exertion. Also, Amlodipine is made use of in management and handling of elevated blood pressure.

 

About Amlodipine:

Amlodipine belongs to a category of drugs known as calcium channel blockers. The drug relaxes and widens the blood vessels and perks up flow of blood.

Amlodipine is made use of to take care of lofty blood pressure or hypertension; chest pains (angina) and additional conditions caused by a coronary artery ailment. This drug is to be used in adults as well as children who’re a minimum of 6 years in age.

Dosage:

The drug can be used with food or even without food. The drug is metabolized largely by a person’s liver and dosage might call for reductions in people with liver dysfunctions.

 

NURSING MOTHERS:

Usually, Amlodipine is let alone during pregnancy, and also by mothers who nurse their newborns and children.

 

PREGNANCY:

Usually, Amlodipine is let alone during pregnancy, and also by mothers who nurse their newborns and children.

 

 

 

Amlodipine Side Effects:

  • Faintness;
  • Headaches;
  • Unrelenting, dry cough

Severe allergic reaction like:

  • Rashes;
  • Itching;
  • Hives;
  • Problem in breathing;
  • Tension in chest;
  • Puffiness of the lips, face, tongue or mouth;
  • Strange hoarseness;
  • Sores or Blisters in the nose, mouth, genital area or throat
  • Dark urination;
  • Decrease in urination;
  • Feeling like you will faint;
  • Faintness or light-headedness;
  • Chills, fever, or unrelenting sore throat;
  • Unbalanced, fast, or sluggish heartbeat;
  • Loss in appetite;
  • Cramps in muscle, soreness, or weakness;
  • Newer or worse chest soreness
  • Red, puffy, scalded, or flaking skin;
  • Pale stools;
  • Harsh or unrelenting dizziness or nausea;
  • Harsh or unrelenting diarrhea, queasiness, or vomiting;
  • Harsh stomach ache;
  • Inflammation of the feet, hands, or ankles;
  • Indications of a stroke or heart attack (for e.g., left arm, jaw, or chest pain; lack of sensation of a leg or arm; unexpected, harsh headaches or vomiting);
  • Unexplained gain in weight;
  • Bleeding, Tender, or engorged gums;
  • Strange bruising or blood loss;
  • Strange weakness or exhaustion;
  • Yellowing in the eyes or skin
  • Wheezing

 

In Case You Miss Your Dosage:

Consume the dose that you have missed the instant you remember. Leave out the dose that you have missed in case it’s approximately time for the next planned dosage. Don’t use extra medication to make up for the dose that you have missed.

In Case You Overdose:

Request immediate emergency health attention or get in touch with a Help line. Overdose of Amlodipine might include hasty heartbeats, fainting and harsh dizziness.

 

What To Avoid When Taking Amlodipine:

Avoid sitting up too quickly from a lying or sitting position, otherwise you might feel giddy. Get up gradually and then balance yourself to avert a fall.

Consuming alcohol could further reduce blood pressure plus might raise certain Amlodipine side effects.

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