Ineffectiveness of Ramipril

We have 544 consumer reports for Ramipril. Ineffectiveness occurred in 1%.

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Ramipril Circle Diagram 4 consumers of 544 reported about Ineffectiveness

  1. Roland C. Nino says:
    4.5 rating

    Ramipril for High blood pressure

    I got the drug to replace the ß-blocker (nebivolol), because it did not bring about optimal blood pressure reduction after years, but steady fatigue. First, nebivolol was spilled out, which was hardly associated with side effects (blood pressure was hardly higher, since the drug was only marginally lowered, only HF became faster). Then, for a month now, Ramipril came into play. First week 2.5 mg, then 5 mg. I had little side effects, only a certain amount of twists, occasionally mild visual disturbances and constant tinnitus. But I would have accepted that, if there was not a problem: the preparation was completely EFFECTIVE. Apart from the fact that the blood pressure had unprecedented peaks and even in the daily average even above the value that came after the adjustment of nebivolol (untreated), even after a month nothing happened. Apparently the mechanism intended by the ACE inhibitors does not work for me. Or even higher doses would be required. But since 5 mg is already a normal dose (maximum 10 mg), and nothing happened, I assume that probably only the side effects would have increased. Since my family doctor – as it always is – just has annual leave, I now made the decision to sell Ramipril and start again with the ß-blockers. I do not want to discourage others, every organism responds differently. But for me it was a complete failure, and frankly I can hardly believe that this drug is as successful as the first choice drug for essential hypertension, as it is suggested.

  2. David M. Johnson says:
    2.0 rating

    4 years ramipril Not much impact. Sleep disorders as an option. By Blopress plus erstzt. Blood pressure ideal. Pulse has risen

    Side effects: Ineffectiveness