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Old 12-03-2005, 06:00 AM
Dr Joe Goeppner
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My cardiologist has prescribed 12.5 mg of Inspra on each of 3 days a week - Mon, Wed and Fri. I am currently taking the following drugs<br>for Type 2 Diabetes and blood pressure<br> Glyburide - 5 mg AM 5 mg PM<br> Slo-K (Pot 8meq) 8meq AM 8 meq PM<br> Norvasc 10 mg AM<br> Digoxen .025 AM<br> Lasix 40 mg AM 20 mg PM<br> Carvedilol 25 mg AM 25 mg PM<br> Ecotrin Asp 325 AM<br> Lotensin 40 mg AM<br> Lotensin 20 mg PM<br> Zantac 150 mg bedtime<br> Starlix 120 mg - three times a day<br><br> I am concerned that not enough is known about this drug (It has only been approved for 2 years - Caution would dictate waiting until a drug has been on the scene for 5 years. <br>I would like to know any history that can be related concerning its use and possible side effects with the drug program I am on<br>
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