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Norvasc is a combination of two drugs: Atorvastatin (that belongs to a wide group of medicines called "statins", that are also known as HMG CoA reductase inhibitors, that are meant to block the organism's the production of cholesterol) and Amlodipine (that belongs to a class of drugs usually known as calcium channel blockers, which are meant to improve the blood flow and to make it easier for the patient's heart to pump by relaxing his or her blood vessels). The happy combination between Amlodipine and Atorvastatin is widely prescribed in the treatment of hypertension and even or chest pain that are known to be triggered by high triglyceride and cholesterol levels.
Norvasc is a drug normally prescribed in the treatment of chest pain and hypertension (that are usually triggered by abnormally high levels of cholesterol and triglycerides). However, Norvasc is sometimes prescribed in the treatment of some other disorders that have not been mentioned here.
You must not start a treatment with Norvasc if you are suffering from allergic reactions to Atorvastatin (Lipitor) or to Amlodipine (Norvasc). Before you start taking Norvasc, you must inform your physician if you are suffering from:
- A severe infections or illness or infection;
- Congestive heart failure or other types of heart disease;
- If you are taking any other blood pressure or heart medicines;
- Liver problems;
If you have the conditions listed here, you may not be allowed to take Norvasc or you may have to take in a lower dose of the drug. In very rare cases, a treatment with Norvasc has resulted in skeletal muscle tissue breakdown. This rare condition is known to lead to kidney failure. You must alert your personal physician as soon as possible if you experience unexplained muscle tenderness or pain, flu-like symptoms, muscle weakness, fever, dark urine, etc.
Norvasc is a category X FDA pregnancy medicine. Therefore it is known that a treatment with Norvasc can cause birth defects. You should not start a treatment with Norvasc without your physician's approval if you are pregnant or if you plan to be so soon. It is recommended that you use an efficient birth control method during your treatment. It has not been established whether Norvasc's ingredients are able to pass into breast milk. You should ask your personal physician if it is safe to take Norvasc if you are breastfeeding an infant. Norvasc is usually just only part of a complex treatment program that should include diet, weight control and exercise. You should avoid drinking alcohol during your treatment with Norvasc. It is known that Norvasc is responsible for several side effects that affect the patient's reactions and thinking. You should avoid performing activities that require physical or mental alertness during your treatment with Norvasc.
Ask your doctor to tell you how and when to take Norvasc. You can also rely on the instructions that are written on the drug's label. If you need further explanations, you should ask a nurse, a doctor or a pharmacist. A dose of Norvasc is usually accompanied by a glass of water. You can take your doses of Norvasc on an empty stomach, because it is not known to cause stomach upset.
Ask your doctor to tell you the dose of Norvasc that works best in your case (the correct dosage of Norvasc is known to vary from one patient to another because it depends on a variety of factors such as age, the severity of the disorder, the patient's body weight, etc).
If you suspect that you are suffering from an overdose with Norvasc you probably are in need of immediate medical care / attention. Norvasc overdose symptoms are known to include faster heart rate, warmth, redness, skin tingling, light-headedness, etc. normally include dizziness, weakness, faster but weaker pulse, clammy or cold skin, fainting, etc.
In order to get the most benefits from your treatment with Norvasc, you should take it regularly. If you miss one of your scheduled doses, you should take it as soon as you recall. If it is about time for another dose, skip the one that you have missed and continue with your normal dosing schedule.
You should stop your treatment with Norvasc and inform your physician as soon as possible if you experience any of these severe effects:
- Chest pain, pain, heavy feeling;
- Chest pain;
- Light-headedness, fainting;
- Slow, uneven or fast and pounding heartbeats;
- Stomach pain, loss of appetite, low fever, clay-colored stools, dark urine, jaundice (yellow eyes or skin);
- Swelling of the feet and hands;
- Vomiting, nausea, general ill feeling, sweating;
You may continue your treatment, but you should inform your physician if you experience these less severe side effects:
- Dizziness, headache;
- Gas, diarrhea, mild stomach pain, upset stomach;
- Impotence, decreased sex drive;
- Tingly feeling;
There are other side effects that might occur during or after your treatment with Norvasc. You should alert your personal physician as soon as possible if you experience anything unusual or bothersome.
Avoid taking any other drugs during your treatment with Norvasc.
Other Brand Names
In some countries Norvasc may also be known as:
- Amlo Tad;
- Amlo Wolff;