Why use Repace 100 mg tablet?
Use Repace for the treatment of High blood pressure. This can also protect the kidney from damage due to diabetes. This is used to improve the blood flow. Repace 100mg tablet is available here in various strengths. This tablet is sold here for $13.60 only.
How does Repace 100mg tablet work?
Repace 100mg tablet has Losartan potassium. This medicine is an antagonist II receptor. It inhibits the action of the angiotensin hormone and promotes smooth arterial blood flow. This helps lowers the blood pressure and prevents the risk of stroke and heart diseases.
How to use Repace 100mg tablet?
Swallow the tablet with a glass full of water. Do not crush or chew the tablet to prevent any worse effects. Repace can be taken even without food. Stop using this medication if the treatment time is over. Repace may take 4 weeks of consistent intake to rule over your blood pressure. This medicine is to be taken under the prescription of the doctor. Do not take large or small amount than what is given.
What are the side effects of Repace 100mg tablet?
The effect of Repace can be observed in 1 hour after taking. The duration of the effect in the body is 24 hours. Some common side effects of the Repace 100mg tablet are:
- Swelling of the feet and ankles
- Flushing or dizziness
If these signs persist call your doctor right away. Some serious side effects of Repace include:
- Fast and irregular heartbeat
- Fainting, weakness in arms, feet or legs and hands
- Back pain and chills
These side effects do not come very often. Stated above is not the whole list of the side effects of Repace tablet.
Warnings and Precautions
Things to be noted before or during the treatment:
- Avoid the intake of alcohol
- Avoid getting up swiftly from a lying or sitting position
- Avoid potassium supplement and salt if you are taking this tablet
- Do not take if you are allergic to any of the content of this medicine
- Watch out for vomiting, diarrhea, and sweating, this may cause dehydration
Tell your doctor if you have any of the following:
- Congestive heart failure
- Kidney diseases (on dialysis)
- Liver diseases
- If you are dehydrated
- You are breastfeeding or pregnant