Concor tablet is an antihypertensive that you can take alone or in combination with other medicine to lower the level of high blood pressure. In other words, this medication is also used to treat high levels of blood pressure (hypertension), angina (heart-related chest pain), irregular heart rhythms (arrhythmia). This concor medicine is used to prevent future heart attacks and prevent migraines.
How to Take Concor Tab
This medicine might be taken alone or together with other medications. The dose and frequency depend on the medicine you are taking with.
Take this medicine as your doctor has advised you to. Dont increase or decrease the dosage with your doctors consultation.
The maximum recommended dosage is 10 mg
Do not take this medicine to increase dosage if not advised by a doctor, and let your doctor know if you experience any undesirable effects.
Some of the side effects are:
- • Slow heartbeat
- • Diarrhea
- • Dizziness
- • Tiredness
- • Nausea
- • Vomiting
- • Constipation
- • Headache
- • Low blood pressure
- • Cold or numb feeling in legs or hands
When not to use
This medicine is contraindicated in patients who are hypersensitive to the drug.
- • Before taking this medicine, consult with your doctor if you are allergic to its ingredients or any other allergies. This product may contain some inactive ingredients that cause an allergic reaction in your eyes.
- • Dont stop taking this concor tablets without your doctors recommendation. In some cases, it is seen that condition becoming worse if you suddenly stop the medication. Some people who have stopped taking this medicine have had pain, irregular heartbeat, heart attack. To end the medication, you are advised to decrease the dose over 1 or 2 weeks.
- • If you are pregnant, dont intake this medicine without discussing it with your doctor.
- • This medication should not be used on certain conditions like heart rhythm problems (such as slow heartbeat, second or third-degree atrioventricular block), or heart failure.
- • On stopping the medicine, you are advised to limit your physical activity. Seek medical attention if you experience chest pain, pressure, tightness, chest pain spreading to the neck, arm, or jaw. You might also experience unusual sweating, fast or irregular heartbeat, and trouble breathing.