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- 1 What is amlodipine?
- 2 What is amlodipine used for?
- 3 How to take amlodipine?
- 4 Dosage
- 5 Side effects
- 6 When you amlodipine contraindications)should use (
- 7 Pregnancy / Lactation
- 8 Interactions with other drugs
- 9 Ability to drive
- 10 Alcohol
What is amlodipine?
Amlodipine is called a calcium Blocker: The effect of this drug causes the blood vessels to expand. It inhibits the absorption of calcium. As a result, the vessels remain free, and more blood can flow through the arteries. As a result, the blood pressure drops, the heart needs to pump less force the blood through the body and the heart beat slows down.
What is amlodipine used for?
Amlodipine is prescribed for the treatment of high blood pressure and lack of Oxygen in the heart muscle (Angina pectoris).
How to take amlodipine?
Amlodipine should be taken at a fixed time. You can take the tablet out in the evening, if you are suffering by the drug dizziness.
Amlodipine is in a tablet form in 5mg and 10mg dosage. Ask the doctor what dose you should take. The usual daily dose is one tablet. Please always follow the advice of the doctor. Taking a missed dose can be made up of up to 16 hours. Never take two tablets amlodipine at the same time, in order to up for a forgotten dose. In the case of Overdose a dangerously low blood pressure. Warning: In case of Overdose you should immediately consult a doctor.
With amlodipine have been reported following side effects:
- Dizziness, Drowsiness, Headache
- Heart palpitations, quick Flush
- Gastro-Intestinal Complaints
Read the package leaflet for a complete list of all side effects.
When you amlodipine contraindications)should use (
Amlodipine should not be used if you are allergic to the active ingredient amlodipine or any of the other ingredients of this drug. In addition, amlodipine should not be used:
- Very low blood pressure
- Narrowing of the aortic valve
- a cardiogenic shock
- Heart failure after a heart attack
You speak with the doctor about the use of amlodipine, if you are (one of) these(n) or other conditions. A complete list of contraindications, see the package leaflet.
Pregnancy / Lactation
There are few data on the effect of amlodipine on a fetus or infant. Talk with your doctor about the use of amlodipine, if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or are breast-feeding.
Interactions with other drugs
It can occur an interaction between amlodipine and (among other things) any of the following medications (full list in the package insert):
- other blood pressure-lowering drugs
- certain medicines for HIV
- Telaprevir (Hepatitis C)
Tell the doctor or pharmacist if you are taking any of these drugs or other medications.
Ability to drive
Since amlodipine lowers blood pressure, you can feel the beginning of the treatment a little dizzy. Normally, these symptoms will disappear in the course of the application. You should not be able to return to the traffic.
Alcohol causes the blood vessels to be expanded, and thus has the same effect as amlodipine. This may increase the side effects and dizziness may occur. Caution with alcoholic beverages.