Revas 50 MG Tablet
Revas 50 MG Tablet belongs to the angiotensin II receptor antagonists group of drugs. It prevents the blood vessels in your body from narrowing, thus lowering your blood pressure and improving the blood circulation. This medication has the ability to lower the possible risk of a stroke in people suffering from any heart condition. Apart from that, it can also slow down kidney damage among people with type 2 diabetes. You can take this medicine with as well as without food. It can take 3-6 weeks for your blood pressure to come under control after you have started a course of this medication.
Revas 50 MG Tablet is a prescription drug that is available in the form of an oral tablet. There are three main reasons for its usage. Firstly, it is used for the treatment of high blood pressure. The second usage is for reducing the risk of stroke in people, who already have high blood pressure as well as left ventricular hypertrophy (LVH). LVH is a condition where the left ventricle (chamber) of the heart thickens as a result of which the heart is unable to pump well. Lastly, Revas 50 MG Tablet is used for treating diabetic nephropathy, a kidney disease caused due to diabetes.
Revas 50 MG Tablet blocks the action of the chemical named angiotension II in the body, which causes the blood vessels to narrow and tighten. This medication helps the blood vessels to relax and eventually widen. It lowers your blood pressure, thus reducing your risk of having a stroke or kidney damage.
The dosage and the form of having Revas 50 MG Tablet depends on your age, severity of your condition, your medical history and also how your body reacts when you take the first dose. If you miss a dose, take it once you realize the missed dose. However, ensure that you do not take two doses at the same time just because you missed the previous one. Overdosing can make you feel dizzy, weak or a pounding heart.
There are some common side effects of Revas 50 MG Tablet that are generally mild and go away in a few days. They include:
There are some serious side effects too for consuming Revas 50 MG Tablet. In case you experience any of the following symptoms, you must consult the doctor immediately and seek medical help:
- If you experience problems in your heart rhythms, a slow heart rate or weakness in the muscles. It could be an indication of high potassium levels in your blood.
- Symptoms of swelling in the tongue, throat, lips or face; indicating an allergic reaction.
- Swelling in the ankles, feet, hand or sudden weight gain can be a sign of kidney problem. In case you are suffering from a kidney problem or disease, Revas 50 MG Tablet may worsen the condition.
Information given here is based on the salt and content of the medicine. Effect and uses of medicine may vary from person to person. It is advicable to consult a Cardiologist before using this medicine.
Difficulty or painful urinationMajor Common
Fast heartbeatMajor Common
Chest tightnessMajor Rare
Weakness in arms, hands, legs or feetMajor Rare
Acid or sour stomachMinor Less Common
HeartburnMinor Less Common
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