Ramipril for Cholesterol value increase treatment

We have 544 consumer reports for treatment of Cholesterol value increase with Ramipril. Cholesterol value increase used in 1% of cases.

Patients statistics on Cholesterol value increase for Ramipril


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  1. Neil S. Watts says:
    4.0 rating

    Ramipril for Depression; Cholesterol value increase; High blood pressure

    I’ve been living pretty well with the drug group since taking it. Citalopram can cause dizziness in the first two weeks, otherwise I had no negative perceptions. I tolerate bisoprolol excellently. I was initially able to experience muscle pain when taking simvastatin. These, however, diminished after about a week. Ramipril just runs in parallel to bisoprolol. So far no side effects detected. By taking the medication, I have my blood pressure pretty well under control. Some peaks occur again and again. But nothing bad. The blood lipids are also better and my anxiety and panic attacks are very rare. Previously, without the use of citalopram, I was rushed to the hospital several times a year with a suspected heart attack. But then it was just a hyperventilating, caused by the fears.

    Side effects: Muscle aches; Dizziness
  2. Christina P. Ledonne says:
    4.5 rating

    Ramipril for Cholesterol value increase; Heart rhythm disturbances; Coronary heart disease

    Simvastatin brought the cholesterol levels to very good levels. Unfortunately, it almost got me in the wheelchair. Doctors ignore worries and concerns, trying to get me to take it back. For a year, I refuse. Etrezol is the same. Since I no longer take these medications, the value (for a healthy person) is in the normal range.

  3. Eric P. Berry says:
    3.0 rating

    Ramipril for Cholesterol value increase; High blood pressure

    The urologist recommended tamsolosin hydrochloride to me. After taking 3 days, nausea, constipation, dizziness, itching as side effects, which go back according to urologists after about 3-4 weeks. Cardiac catheterization revealed strong atrial fibrillation, which the cardiologist attributed to this drug and replaced it with herbal medicine.

    Side effects: Constipation; Nausea; Dizziness
  4. Calvin V. James says:
    3.5 rating

    Ramipril for Cholesterol value increase; Diabetes mellitus type ii; High blood pressure

    Unbearable muscle pain in the musculoskeletal system in movements such. Sport, walking, as well as at rest (sleep state, sitting). My professional ability was in question. My sports activities (cross-country skiing, skiing, tennis, etc.) I had to give up. Regrettably, no improvement could be brought about at many specialist visits and hospital stays. I was further treated with simvastatin. Following advice from the family doctor then simvastatin was discontinued. Within a month came improvement. If all the attending physicians had read the Simvastsatin instructions for use, or looked on the internet, I would have been spared a lot of pain. I would not want to complain to doctors about bodily harm.

    Side effects: Muscle aches