DYNACIRC CR Reviews

Average Rating: 3.0 (6 Ratings)

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 CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKERS

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RATING  REASONSIDE EFFECTS FOR DYNACIRC CRCOMMENTSSEXAGEDURATION/
DOSAGE
DATE ADDED
 
 2  lower blood pressure extreme fatigue, acid reflux, blurred vision I have become a sort of vegetable on this drug. A once active, life-loving 60 year old who now hopes she can cook dinner or walk to the mailbox. And BP is only out of the danger zone,not anywhere near good. F 60 2 months
5 1X D
5/3/2010
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 1  high blood pressure horrible joint pain, fatique, muscle pain, headaches,complete loss of quality of life. It took 10 months and 3 doctors to finally figure it out. I thought I was dying, horrible drug. horrible, awful, should not be on the market. I google dynacirc and the side effects I was having were not listed. I had to google dynacirc SEVERE side effects in order to see what they were. I wish I could sue them for the year of my life that I lost. F 50 2 years
7/22/2009
 2  high BP NONE NONR F 41 12 days
3/19/2008
 5  Hypertension and Parkinson's Occasional minor flushing of the face Very consistent regulation of blood pressure though it doesn't quite last 24 hours and it needs to be taken twice a day. No interaction with PD meds. Much better than the ACE inhibitor lisinopril with regards to consistency and edema. Hopefully, it will slow the PD progression as well.. F 63 6 months
3/15/2008
 4  High Blood Pressure Seems to do the job with no side effects. M 59 10 years
7/14/2007
 4  Isolated Systolic Hypertension None so far and I've been taking this medication for 2 months now. It isn't quite as good as an ACE inhibitor, but lacks all the nasty side effects that the ACE has (for me anyway) F 66 2 months
4/24/2005
  

DYNACIRC CR  (ISRADIPINE):  Isradipine is used with or without other medications to treat high blood pressure (hypertension). Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks, and kidney problems. Isradipine is called a calcium channel blocker. It works by relaxing blood vessels so blood can flow more easily.   (Sources: U.S. Centers for Medicare Services, FDA)

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