Benazepril is a prescription medication used to treat hypertensin (hypertension), renal failure, and congestive heart failure. Lotension is the sign of Benazepril. The medicine may be used with or without other high blood pressure medications. Benazepril is an AEC (conversion enzyme) inhibitors. This drug work relaxes blood vessels to lower blood pressure and increase the efficiency of heart pumping, which reduces the risk of heart failure in patients. Can be used for other conditions, as recommended by your doctor.
With Benazepril (20 mg) 100tablets
With Lotensin (5 mg) of 30, 60 and 90tablets
With Lotensin (10 mg) of 30, 60 and 90tablets
What precautions should I know before taking Benazepril?
Before using benazepril couple of things should be kept in mind. If you are allergic to avoiding taking lotensin benazepril. If you are pregnant or planning a pregnancy avoid taking benazepril, as it can cause fetal damage. You should tell your doctor if you are taking other medicines for other conditions as it may cause serious side effects. If you are in the process of getting your surgery done, you should inform your doctor before taking the medicine for you to stop this medication before a couple of days after surgery. You should never use Benazepril if you ever swelling of the lips, eyes, face, tongue or hand, swalloing and difficulty breathing. People taking benazepril drugs should avoid alcoholic beverages.
Can I use benazepril during pregnancy?
Benazepril should not be used or not prescribed to pregnant women and lactating mothers, as it may damage the fetus and the newborn. It is advisable to consult your doctor before making any use of benazepril medicine.
Take the medication as suggested or prescribed by your physician. The drug should be taken with a glass of water with or without food. Always take the drug at the same time every day, so you should not forget to take the dose. It is advisable to take the medication regularly to get the most out of it.
Dosage recommended by your doctor for Benazepril
Benazepril is a prescription medication and should be taken exactly as advised by the treating physician. But in general, the recommended dose Benazepril is 5 to 10 mg in one dose each day. Do not increase or decrease the dose without consulting your doctor as it may cause some serious side effects.
The side effects of Benazepril
All medications can cause side effects. Benazepril also causes some common serious side effects. These most common side effects are itching, sore throat, rash, spinning head, stun, dizziness, numbness, itching and irregular bowel movements, and some serious adverse effects include chills, high fever yellowish skin coloration, loss of consciousness, variation of the frequency of urination, severe skin rashes, angina, swelling of the hands, feet, weight gain and irregular heartbeat. If you notice signs of the above symptoms, it is advisable to consult your doctor or healthcare professional immediately.
Benazepril must be stored at room temperature between 15 and 30 °c. The drug should be stored away from heat, light and moisture. Keep all medications out of the reach of children and pets. If this product is not in use, dispose of it properly.