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Hydralazine

(Generic alternative to Apresoline)

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Tablet
Product Size
Dosage
Quantity
Price (USD)
Hydralazine
10mg
100 Tablet
$40.80
Hydralazine
25mg
100 Film Coated Tablet
$51.10
Hydralazine
50mg
100 Tablet
$65.30
  • ABOUT
  • WARNINGS
  • DIRECTIONS

What is Apresoline/Hydralazine used for?

Apresoline is a medication that is used to treat hypertension.

How should Apresoline/Hydralazine be stored?

Keep Apresoline at room temperature, away from the influence of heat and moisture.

General drug information:

General Medication Information

When should Apresoline/Hydralazine not be taken?

Apresoline should not be taken if you have any allergies to the ingredients in it. In addition, if you have coronary artery disease or rheumatic heart disease that is affecting your mitral valve, do not use Apresoline.

What precautions should I follow when taking Apresoline/Hydralazine?

Before using Apresoline, make sure your doctor is fully aware of your medical background, especially if you have had kidney disease, lupus, a stroke, or chest pain. In addition, if you are pregnant or planning to be tell your doctor.

What special warning(s) should I be aware of when taking Apresoline/Hydralazine?

When on treatment with Apresoline, do not get up quickly after sitting or lying down. As a result of dizziness, you may fall and thus injure yourself. In addition, a consultation with your doctor is necessary before you stop taking this medication. Apresoline has to be stopped gradually. Stopping all of a sudden after taking it for all that time could cause an even more severe problem.

What are the side effects of Apresoline/Hydralazine?

Some serious side effects caused by Apresoline include allergic reactions such as: trouble breathing, hives, swelling of the face, throat, lips, and tongue. You should contact your doctor or emergency help as soon as possible if any of these occur. A fas

Less severe side effects include: diarrhea, nausea, dizziness, mil muscle and joint pain, anxiety, rashes, and headaches. If you are feeling unsure about anything make sure to talk to your doctor.

Other: None.

How should I take Apresoline/Hydralazine?

Take Apresoline exactly as directed by your doctor. Apresoline is available in the form of a tablet. Also, make sure to check your blood pressure on a regular basis so you know what impact the medication is having.

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