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I am taking 150 mg Irbestan - very recently I had severe lower back pain and the Doctor prescribed Diclofenac 50mg tablets This resulted in very high blood pressure -and almost passing out with head spinning etc etc No longer taking Diclofenac as back...
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by Alexander in Alexander, 01/12/2014
Classification: Antihypertensive, antianginal (calcium channel blocking agent)
See Also: See also Calcium Channel Blocking Agents.
Action/Kinetics: Increases myocardial contractility although this effect may be counteracted by reflex activity. CO is increased and there is a pronounced decrease in peripheral vascular resistance. Peak plasma levels: 6-12 hr. t 1/2, elimination: 30-50 hr. 90% metabolized in the liver to inactive metabolites; 10% excreted unchanged in the urine.
Uses: Hypertension alone or in combination with other antihypertensives. Chronic stable angina alone or in combination with other antianginal drugs. Confirmed or suspected Prinzmetal's or variant angina alone or in combination with other antianginal drugs.
Special Concerns: Use with caution in clients with CHF and in those with impaired hepatic function or reduced hepatic blood flow. Safety and efficacy have not been determined in children.
Side Effects: CNS: Headache, fatigue, lethargy, somnolence, dizziness, lightheadedness, sleep disturbances, depression, amnesia, psychosis, hallucinations, paresthesia, asthenia, insomnia, abnormal dreams, malaise, anxiety, tremor, hand tremor, hypoesthesia, vertigo, depersonalization, migraine, apathy, agitation, amnesia. GI: Nausea, abdominal discomfort, cramps, dyspepsia, diarrhea, constipation, vomiting, dry mouth, thirst, flatulence, dysphagia, loose stools. CV: Peripheral edema, palpitations, hypotension, syncope, bradycardia, unspecified arrhythmias, tachycardia, ventricular extrasystoles, peripheral ischemia, cardiac failure pulse irregularity, increased risk of MI. Dermatologic: Dermatitis, rash, pruritus, urticaria, photosensitivity, petechiae, ecchymosis, purpura, bruising, hematoma, cold/clammy skin, skin discoloration, dry skin. Musculoskeletal: Muscle cramps, pain, or inflammation; joint stiffness or pain, arthritis, twitching, ataxia, hypertonia. GU: Polyuria, dysuria, urinary frequency, nocturia, sexual difficulties. Respiratory: Nasal or chest congestion, sinusitis, rhinitis, SOB, dyspnea, wheezing, cough, chest pain. Ophthalmologic: Diplopia, abnormal vision, conjunctivitis, eye pain, abnormal visual accommodation, xerophthalmia. Miscellaneous: Tinnitus, flushing, sweating, weight gain, epistaxis, anorexia, increased appetite, taste perversion, parosmia.
How Supplied: Tablet: 2.5 mg, 5 mg, 10 mg