Ramipril for Heart failure treatment

We have 544 consumer reports for treatment of Heart failure with Ramipril. Heart failure used in 2% of cases.

Patients statistics on Heart failure for Ramipril

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
194.56
185.74

Average height in Ft
5′ 8″
5′ 10″

Average age
56
64

Ramipril Circle Diagram 9 consumers of 544 reported about Heart failure

  1. Kimi V. Phillips says:
    3.0 rating

    Ramipril for Heart muscle enlargement; Heart failure; Diabetes mellitus type ii; High blood pressure

    Taking 3000 mg metformin daily (1000/0/2000) over 4 months. During this time, my HbA1c value has improved from 11.8 to 5.8 and I only lost 19 kg with the switch to a 3-meal rhythm. I feel like I was born again. Again fit and clearly powerful side effects: defecating bowel movements every 2 days, reduced appetite

    Side effects: Diarrhea
  2. Kenneth S. Blackburn says:
    3.0 rating

    Ramipril for Heart failure; High blood pressure

    Who has the same side effects from ramipril (2.5mg) I am 45 years, 172 cm tall and weigh 72 kg, BMI 24, athletic (daily 60 min cycling or walking) In April of this year I had to go to a hospital, because of my spine , When ECG I was asked if I had ever had a heart attack, which I said no. The next day I was given a heart catheter and attested that I did not have an infarct, but …. Please read the result in the attachment. Then I was treated by the family doctor with metoprolol and ramipril and had pretty much all the side effects that are in the leaflet. Metoprolol was replaced by Nebilet in July. Since then, the side effects are lower, but it has adjusted to a daily irregular heart pressure and a heart piercing around the heart. The main pain is about four fingers above the left nipple, a stabbing pain that lasts about ten minutes and gradually fades away. Sometimes it also starts at the top of the heart and stops after 360 degrees. It means that the pain will march around the heart once within several hours, once it is more of a pressure, the next moment is a sting. Since my last visit to the cardiologist, to whom I have again told everything in detail, I should now additionally take morning and evening 1 PENTALONG tablet. Five months ago, I did not have anything yet and now I swallow six tablets daily. Is that the last word of wisdom? Where does that come from? Is it dangerous? Is it the medication? Are there any alternatives to my medications that will fix the problem? Unfortunately, since I have to take the medication, I do not feel well at all and do not dare to burden myself with cycling like I did before, because I’m afraid that I’m trying too hard and I suffer a heart collapse.

    Side effects: Heart ache