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INFORMATION ABOUT SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG

SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG uses

SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG is the combination of two drugs: Sacubitril (Neprilysin inhibitor) and Valsartan (Angiotensin receptor blocker). SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG is used in the treatment of hypertension.

Common side-effects

• Low blood pressure
• High potassium levels
• Dizziness
• Cough

It is not necessary for all people to experience the above side-effects.

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG

1. Take SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG irrespective of meals, preferably at the same time daily.
2. Maintain low-salt diet while on SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG medication. Drink plenty of water and other fluids.
3. Always check with your doctor if you are pregnant or breast-feeding.
4. Take SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG with caution if you have liver or kidney problems, problem with urinating or gout.
5. Inform your doctor about all your current and past medication, including over-the-counter medicines and herbal products.
6. Do not take SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG if you are allergic to sacubitril or valsartan. If you observe any allergic reactions such as swelling of lips, throat, face, redness, irritation, itching or difficulty breathing, immediately contact the doctor.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q) How does SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG work?
A) SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG is the combination of two drugs: Sacubitril (Neprilysin inhibitor) and Valsartan (Angiotensin receptor blocker). Sacubitril works by inhibiting neprilysin (an enzyme) resulting in the dilation of blood vessels, reduction in blood volume by inducing frequent urination and by blocking sodium retention process. Valsartan works by blocking the actions of angiotensin-II, a hormone when present in high levels causes constriction of blood vessels, sodium retention etc. which contribute to the increase in blood pressure.

Q) Is SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG safe for children?
A) Yes, SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG is safe for children above 1 year old. SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG is used in the treatment of high blood pressure in children. SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG is used only when it is prescribed by a child specialist and under adult supervision. If your child suffers from hypertension, please take care of the child’s diet. Avoid foods containing high amounts of salt and cholesterol. Help your child to deal and reduce the stress in life.

Q) Can SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG be taken by heart failure patients?
A) Yes, SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG can be taken by heart failure patients. However, in case of severe heart conditions such as chronic heart failure, SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG is given only to adult patients. SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG can be used along with other medicines, to reduce the risk of hospitalisation or even death. However, SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG is taken only when prescribed by the doctor.

Q) Can I take SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG with potassium supplements?
A) No, you are recommended not to take potassium supplements with SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG. SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG might increase the potassium levels in the body. When potassium supplements are taken, it might cause hyperkalaemia (high potassium levels) leading to unwanted side effects such as nausea, tiredness, palpitations or numbness or tingling sensation.

Q) Does SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG cause low blood pressure?
A) Yes, SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG may cause low blood pressure. It is noticed mostly if you take diuretics (water pills) with SACUBITRIL 49 MG + VALSARTAN 51 MG. If you observe dizziness, excessive sweating, vision disturbances, dry mouth, vertigo or nausea, please contact the doctor.

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