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Amodep AT is a combination medicine that helps you keep your high blood pressure under control.

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Amodep ATAmlodipine Besilate + Atenolol

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What is Amodep AT?

Amodep AT is a medicine that lowers hypertension as well as reduces the risks of heart attack or stroke. It contains two active ingredients — Amlodipine and Atenolol.

Amlodipine is a calcium channel blocker (CCB) while Atenolol is a beta blocker (BB). It relaxes the blood vessels, so that blood can pass through easily while decreasing the stress on the heart. Studies reveal that Amlodipine can be considered as the first line of treatment for hypertension. Atenolol makes your heart beat slowly and with less force thus lowering blood pressure levels.

How does Amodep AT work?

Amlodipine and atenolol come with different medicinal qualities and when combined together in Amodep AT, they make a very effective treatment for hypertension.

Both these medications are very helpful in lowering blood pressure. Also known as a calcium antagonist, Amlodipine blocks calcium from getting into the heart and arteries and relaxes the blood vessels. Atenolol reduces the force on the heart to pump blood and improves cardiovascular conditions when taken as a long term treatment.

What dosages of Amodep AT are available?

Amodep AT is a combination of two medicines, Amlodipine and Atenolol. It is available in 5/50mg and 10/50mg doses.

You’ll usually start on a 5/50mg dose. If this initial dose doesn’t seem to improve your symptoms, the doctor might increase your dosage or suggest another treatment.

Amlodipine and Atenolol are usually well tolerated by most people. But people with kidney or liver problems must take the medicine with caution. They are usually prescribed a lower dose which is gradually increased if required.

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How to take Amodep AT

Amodep AT should be taken as directed by your doctor. 

  • Take it daily, preferably at the same time.
  • Swallow the tablet whole with water. 
  • You can take Amodep AT with or without meals.

You should avoid taking more than the prescribed dose in any 24 hour period. If the dosage doesn’t work the way you’d like it to, speak to your doctor.

Amodep AT may cause dizziness, lethargy, swelling on the ankles, nausea and vomiting at times. These side effects usually stay only for a short time. You should consult your doctor if any of these side effects persist for long.

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FAQ: Amodep AT

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Is Amodep AT different from Amlovas AT?

Answer:
Both Amodep AT and Amlovas AT have the same composition and contain the similar active ingredients — Amlodipine and Atenolol. They work in a similar way and the only difference is their brand names.

Amodep AT is made by FDC Limited while Amlovas AT is manufactured by Macleods Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd. Amlovas AT is a little more expensive than Amodep AT but the effectiveness of both are the same.

UDP-AT, Amlovas-AT, Amlip AT Tablet, Primodil AT and Tenodip Tablet are some other alternatives to Amodep AT.

What other alternatives can I switch to from Amodep AT?

Answer:
Some alternatives to Amodep AT are Wellamo AT, Amlip AT, Primodil AT, Amlovas AT and Tenodip. They contain the same active ingredients and work as efficiently as Amodep AT.

If you feel that your condition hasn’t improved even after taking Amodep AT after a considerable amount of time, speak to your doctor. Never switch to some other hypertension medicine or make changes to your prescribed dosage without taking advice from your doctor.

Which dosage of Amodep AT is right for me?

Answer:
Amodep AT is available in 5/50mg and 10/50mg doses.

Your doctor will help you decide the dose that’s right for you. If you’re using Amodep AT for the first time, you’ll normally start on a 5/50mg dose. If this initial dose doesn’t improve your high blood pressure levels, the doctor might increase your dosage.

People with kidney or liver problems usually start off with a lower dose which is gradually increased if required.

What should I do if I take Amodep AT but it doesn’t work for me?

Answer:
You should speak to your doctor. Your doctor will assess your medical condition before suggesting another hypertension treatment or making any changes to the given dosage.

Amodep AT is very helpful in providing better hypertension control when taken exactly as advised. So, do not stop taking Amodep AT or change the dosage without consulting your doctor.

Does Amodep AT interact with alcohol?

Answer:
Alcohol and Amodep AT do not interact with each other, but drinking alcohol can increase high blood pressure to dangerous levels. It might also impact the effectiveness of the medication you are taking. So, you should avoid drinking alcohol and even if you do, it should be in moderation only.

Is it safe to take Amodep AT during pregnancy?

Answer:
There is no substantial evidence regarding the safety of Amodep AT during pregnancy. If you think you may be pregnant or are planning to get pregnant, you must inform your doctor before you take Amodep AT tablets.

Can Amodep AT be taken if someone is breastfeeding?

Answer:
It has been seen that the active ingredient Amlodipine passes into breast milk in small amounts. So, if you are breastfeeding or about to start breastfeeding you must let your doctor know before taking Amodep AT.

Do I need a prescription for Amodep AT?

Answer:
Yes. A doctor will need to make sure Amodep AT is safe for you to take, so he’ll assess your medical history and review your blood pressure levels before suggesting any treatment to you. While doing so he'll also keep in mind the health risks you may experience and ensure that Amodep AT doesn’t interfere with any of the medications you are taking. In some cases, if they feel Amodep AT isn’t the best one for you, they’ll suggest an alternative treatment.

As Amodep AT is a prescription-only drug, you’ll need a prescription to buy it at a pharmacy.

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