Ramipril for Heart attack treatment

We have 544 consumer reports for treatment of Heart attack with Ramipril. Heart attack used in 3% of cases.

Patients statistics on Heart attack for Ramipril

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
147.71
185.46

Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
5′ 10″

Average age
59
61

Ramipril Circle Diagram 15 consumers of 544 reported about Heart attack

  1. Joanne B. Morgan says:
    4.5 rating

    Ramipril for Heart attack; High blood pressure

    Confusion, forgetfulness, apathy, panic attacks, dying, sluggish thinking, inner restlessness, decision problems, lack of drive, constant fatigue very bad seeing and hearing, reaction weakness, sleep problems, poor orientation, lack of sense of time, not being properly awake, states of shock, loss of concentration.Wone cramps, severe pressure to perform. expiration fear. Severe shortness of breath, severe dysphagia, dull tinnitus, swollen nasal mucous membranes, viscous mucus and sud convulsions in throat, coughing fits, hoarseness, pulling in shoulder, neck and head, headache, skin aging, hair graying, very thin fragile hair.Feet of foreign body in the heart area.Heart turf , severe blood pressure fluctuations. serious limb weakness, can barely stand on his feet, only with crutches able to walk short distances laborious, cramps in the feet, legs and hands, swollen feet, deafness in the whole body. Taste reduction, water deposits, weight gain, flank pain, back pain, incontinence — had previously none of these symptoms and has diminished everything after discontinuation of ramipril permanently and is partially completely gone. Ramipril, Ramilich, Delix and the same drug produces significant life problems and should be taken out of circulation

  2. Charles C. Reid says:
    3.5 rating

    Ramipril for Heart attack

    Rash on arms legs and in abdominal area. remedies against skin fungus do not help. strong itching on the calves. at others put less.

  3. John G. McKeel says:
    4.0 rating

    Ramipril for Heart attack

    Mostly on hot days and from time to time even on cool days, I feel uphill a pressure about 4 fingers above the heart associated with shortness of breath. I also had a constant cough and I am always tired. My doctor says I simulate because the investigations are all right.