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Co-dilopril

What are the uses of Co-dilopril?

Co-dilopril is used to treat blood pressure, acute angina, pectrosis, heart attack, and other related conditions.

Reviews for Co-dilopril Tablet Uses

General reviews from customers have been that Co-dilopril has proven effective in treating high blood pressure, heart attack, and acute angina.

Which is better amlodipine or lisinopril?

Reviews from users have shown Amlodipine to be a better effect 

Is lisinopril and amlodipine the same thing?

They are both active ingredients used to treat high blood pressure, angina heart conditions

Is it safe to take amlodipine and lisinopril together?

Yes, it is safe to take Amlodipine and Lisinopril together following the medical advice from your doctor

What does Lisinopril 5 mg do?

Lisinopril 5mg is used to treat high blood pressure, angina, and pectrosis

Why is lisinopril bad for you?

When used alone or alongside specific medications, Lisinopril has proven effective in lowering blood pressure in hypertensive patients, however on prolonged use, it weakens the heartland arteries and this could damage the heart, kidney, or even result in a stroke or heart attack.

What should I avoid while taking lisinopril?

Avoid taking excess, foods high in potassium such as bananas, oranges, potatoes, tomatoes when taking Lisinopril

How quickly does lisinopril lower blood pressure?

It takes effect within a few hours but it may take a few weeks for it to take full effect on the blood pressure or longer if used for heart failure treatment.

How long does Lisinopril 5 mg stay in your system?

Generally, there should be no trace of Lisinopril in the blood after 3 days but this varies from person to person.

Dosage

There are various doses of Lisinopril- very-low-dose (1.25 mg or 5 mg), moderate-dose (10- 20 mg), or very high-dose (80 mg) lisinopril. The effectiveness of each dose depends on the level of blood pressure and other factors. The dose taken can be reduced or increased overtime on the blood pressure response and the recommendation of your doctor. 

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Direction to Use

The usual initial dosage is one tablet daily which is administered orally. If blood pressure control is inadequate after a week or two, the dose may be increased to two tablets daily. 

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