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Adipine lowers blood pressure by relaxing blood vessels, which makes it easier for blood to flow through them.


Adipine: What is it?

Adipine is a medication from the class of drugs known as calcium antagonists that is used to treat angina and high blood pressure.

How does Adipine function?

Adipine lowers blood pressure by relaxing blood vessels, which makes it easier for blood to flow through them. This medicine helps the heart receive more oxygen and ease angina by increasing blood flow to the organ.

What advantages come from taking Adipine?

Angina or high blood pressure (also known as hypertension) can be caused by a variety of things, including a family history, a salt-rich diet, being overweight, or not exercising enough.

It is frequently advised to take medication, such as Adipine, to manage the disorders in order to prevent more serious illnesses such as stroke, heart attack, or blood clots. These lifestyle modifications include quitting smoking, drinking less alcohol, and exercising more.

What is Adipine used for?

Adipine can only be obtained with a prescription. Always read the patient information sheet included in the drug packaging and abide by your doctor’s recommendations.

Before or after eating, swallow the tablets whole together with a glass of water. Adipine shouldn’t be taken with grapefruit juice and should be taken at the same time every day.

Dosing of Adipine

Nifedipine, the active component of adipine, is present in strengths of 10, 20, 30, or 60 mg per tablet.

The recommended dosage is one pill per day, with your doctor determining the necessary strength after considering your age and any other relevant circumstances.

You should skip the missed dose of Adipine and immediately start taking the next one if you fail to take your medication. Do not increase your dose to make up for a missing one, but also do not be alarmed.

If you take more Adipine than is recommended, visit the emergency room as soon as possible. It is advisable to lie down with your arms and legs raised because an overdose can cause symptoms including excessive drowsiness, breathing difficulties, or feeling weak.

Side effects and safety measures

Always talk to your doctor first before using Adipine. If you experience any of the following, you shouldn’t use Adipine:

  • if any of the other components of this medication, including calcium-channel blockers, nifedipine, or any of them make you sick
  • if your aortic valve in your heart has been described as narrowing,
  • if a cardiac condition led to a collapse you had previously
  • if you get an acute angina attack
  • if your angina is unstable,
  • if you have bowel or intestinal inflammation, such as Crohn’s disease,
  • if you have a liver condition that impairs your liver’s functionality
  • to treat a heart attack or if you’ve had one within the past month
  • if you are taking rifampicin as an antibiotic (used to treat tuberculosis)
  • if in spite of medication, your blood pressure remains elevated
  • if your stomach contains a Kock pouch
  • if you are a nursing mother

You should let your doctor know if any of the following apply so they can consider how they may influence your prescription for Adipine:

  • if your blood pressure is low,
  • if you have a heart problem that prevents your heart from enduring more stress,
  • if you’re expecting
  • when you have diabetes
  • if you are a renal dialysis patient.
  • if your liver is malfunctioning
  • if you are using additional medications to lower your blood pressure
  • if you’re collecting urine samples
  • if you start to feel more breathless
  • if your ankles start to swell,
  • if you are a man and have tried in vitro fertilisation but been unsuccessful.

Adipine can impact other prescriptions or be affected by them, just like many drugs having active components. You might encounter this with certain drugs, such as the following:

  • Additional medications for high blood pressure
  • Rifampicin (an antibiotic)
  • Cimetidine (to treat stomach ulcers)
  • beta-blockers (to treat heart conditions)
  • Quinupristin/dalfopristin (a combination antibiotic)
  • medications for epilepsy
  • Cisapride (to treat reduced movements of the gullet and stomach)
  • Injections of magnesium sulphate during pregnancy
  • Erythromycin (an antibiotic)
  • antibiotics for fungi
  • HIV-treatment medications
  • Nefazodone or fluoxetine (to treat depression)
  • Tacrolimus (to prevent the rejection of transplanted organs)
  • Phenobarbital (usually used to treat insomnia or anxiety).

You should let your doctor know if you’re on any of the aforementioned drugs so they can determine whether or not Adipine is the best line of action for you.

You should take your medication along with making certain lifestyle adjustments, such eating a healthy diet, exercising regularly, and refraining from excessive drinking or smoking, just like everyone else who experiences angina or high blood pressure.

While taking Adipine, you should avoid grapefruit and grapefruit juice because they have been shown to interact with the drug and cause excessive blood pressure lowering.

Adipine’s most frequent negative effects include:

  • Headache
  • Flushing
  • an overall sense of sickness
  • Constipation
  • edema, especially in the legs and ankles

Inform your doctor straight away if you do encounter one or more of these side effects and they continue or get worse. If you experience any severe side effects, such as breathing difficulties, skin or eye yellowing, or severe skin reactions, you should also call your doctor.

I want to purchase Adipine online.

At My London Pharmacy, you can buy Adipine online without risk. Before your order is filled, you must first have an online consultation with a clinician. The online consultation will guarantee that Adipine is the best treatment option for your illness.

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