Terakare 1mg Tablet

Terakare 1mg Tablet

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Terakare 1mg Tablet can be prescribed either on its own or in combination with other medications It can be taken with or without food The dosage will be determined by your condition and your response to the medicine It is important to follow your doctors advice on what is best for you Regular use of this medicine is necessary to obtain the maximum benefit even if you feel well High blood pressure often does not present any symptoms Discontinuing the medication can lead to increased blood pressure putting you at risk of heart attack or stroke In some cases you may need to take Terakare for the rest of your life Common side effects of Terakare may include dizziness drowsiness headache nausea and palpitations unusual heartbeats Most side effects tend to disappear as your body becomes accustomed to the medicine If these side effects are bothersome or persistent it is advisable to consult your doctor To reduce the chances of dizziness it is recommended to rise slowly when transitioning from a sitting or lying down position Terakare may also cause your blood pressure to decrease excessively Some side effects may be serious and require immediate medical attention Your doctor may be able to suggest methods to prevent or minimize side effects If you are pregnant planning to become pregnant or breastfeeding it is important to consult your doctor before using Terakare Additionally discuss with your doctor if you have heart failure liver disease kidney disease or if you are scheduled to undergo cataract surgery Regular monitoring of your blood pressure will be necessary while taking this medication