Buy Caduet Prescription Medication Online

We sell Caduet, the Generic Equivalent of Caduet, Amlodipine and Atorvastatin, and Canadian Caduet Online to those who have RX Prescriptions from your Doctor.

Caduet and/or Generic Equivalent Amlodipine and Atorvastatin Prescription Information

Caduet is a prescription-only drug manufactured and marketed by US firm Pfizer. Its generic name is Amlodipine and Atorvastatin. Caduet contains a combination of these two drugs that both have different functions, but are combined in the product in order to relax blood vessels and improve blood flow, and at the same time reduce levels of negative cholesterol but increase levels of positive cholesterol. Caduet can therefore be used in the treatment of high blood pressure and related conditions, in addition to reducing the risk of heart attack, stroke and related problems in patients with Type 2 Diabetes or coronary heart disease. The effects of Caduet may not be noticed until two to four weeks after beginning the course of treatment. The product may also be used for other medical conditions.

How to take Caduet?

Caduet is taken in tablet form and should be taken once daily with or without food, preferably at the same time of day so that dosage becomes habit-forming, thus avoiding the possibility of missed doses. One firm warning is that it should not be taken with grapefruit juice.

Caduet Side Effects

Caduet should not be taken during pregnancy. If pregnancy occurs during the course of treatment, the dosage should be stopped immediately and the doctor consulted. Babies should not be breastfed since it is not known whether the chemicals in Caduet pass into breast milk, or whether they can harm a breastfeeding baby.

It is important that a prescribing doctor is made aware of any existing medical conditions, allergies or medications being taken, particularly since the component parts of Caduet have different effects on different aspects of the conditions being treated, and therefore perhaps a wider range of side effects. The most common side effects are nausea, headaches, swollen ankles, dizziness, indigestion, and diarrhea. Many side effects disappear in time, but if they persist or become worse, the doctor should be consulted.

A program of regular check-ups should be arranged with the doctor since frequent blood tests are required in order to ensure that the treatment is functioning correctly, and to identify and manage any potential side effects that have not automatically adjusted themselves during the course of treatment. A missed dose should be taken as soon as remembered but not within 12 hours of the next dose. A double dose should not be taken.

For the treatment of both high cholesterol and high blood pressure Caduet will probably be a long-term treatment, and should not be stopped for lack of symptoms. Only the doctor should decide whether treatment can be stopped. In the case of treatment for high cholesterol, the medication will probably be taken in combination with a diet, an exercise program and weight control, and to gain full benefit from the medication this program should be strictly followed.

It is important that all the above precautions and advice have been taken into account, after which patients should have no hesitation in buying Canadian Caduet.

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