Hypertension (high blood pressure) ,Angina (heart-related chest pain) ,Heart failure.
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To avoid dangerous drug-drug interactions, people should consult a pharmacist or doctor before they take prescription drugs and OTC drugs at the same time. People who have chronic disorders should also consult a pharmacist or doctor. An unanticipated reaction, such as a rash or insomnia, is a signal to stop taking the drug immediately and obtain medical advice.
Who should not Take
Drug should not be given to Pregnant Mothers, patients suffering from Kidney dysfunction, and Neonates.
Bradycardia, AV block, angina pectoris, hypervolaemia, leucopenia, hypotension, peripheral oedema, allergy, malaise, fluid overload, melena, periodontitis, hyperuricaemia, hyponatraemia, increased alkaline phosphatase, glycosuria, prothrombin time, SGPT and SGOT levels, purpura, somnolence, impotence, albuminuria, hypokinesia, nervousness, sleep disorder, skin reaction, tinnitus, dry mouth, anaemia, sweating, fatigue, arthralgia, aggravation, dizziness. Diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, insomnia, hypercholesterolaemia, weight gain, abnormal vision, rhinitis, pharyngitis and hypertriglyceridaemia
Hypersensitivity, severe chronic heart failure, bronchial asthma or related bronchospastic conditions, severe hepatic impairment. Patients with NYHA class IV cardiac failure, 2nd or 3rd ° AV block, sick sinus syndrome, cardiogenic shock or severe bradycardia. Lactation.