Avalide 300/12.5

Last Update May 13, 2016
is a high blood pressure medication.
Uses: Avalide 300/12.5 is prescribed for High Blood Pressure and is mostly mentioned together with this indication. Read More
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Positive 2 "I also have MG which Avapro makes worse my Doctor thinks it could be the MG but I don't think so because I was fine until I started the Avapro and HTCZ (should also mention I was on Avalide 300/12.5... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 1 "Started taking Avalide 300/12.5 1/2 tab per day..about a month ago...Feeling tired and getting headaches several a week (normally get a headache once every 2-3 years), feeling tinkling in right hand... "Read more negative discussions
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What does Avalide 300/12.5 treat?
Alcohol warning on Avalide 300/12.5
There may be a negative interaction between Avalide 300/12.5 and alcohol.
How do I obtain Avalide 300/12.5?
Prescription in the USA
Ingredients
Irbesartan/Hydrochlorothiazide
Approval Date
September 30, 1997
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