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Buy Plendil online


Plendil without a prescription

Plendil is a popular drug that is more commonly known under the generic name of Felodipine. Plendil belongs to a wide class of medicines that have been named calcium channel blockers. Such drugs are able to widen (relax) the patient's blood vessels (arteries and veins), reducing the heart's workload, making it easier for the heart to pump.
Plendil is a well known calcium channel blocker that is generally prescribed in the treatment of hypertension. However, Plendil could also serve some other purposes that have not been listed here.

Plendil Contraindications

It is strictly forbidden to end your treatment with Plendil without your personal physician's approval, even if you feel better after a few days of intake, as this could have severe and harmful effects. During your treatment with Plendil you should floss and brush your teeth on a regular basis, as some patients who have been treated with Plendil have experienced swelling of the gums (this side effect can be easily avoided by maintaining a proper oral hygiene).
Before you start to follow a treatment with Plendil you should alert your personal health care specialist if you are suffering from:
- Blood vessel or heart disease;
- Liver disorders;

Patients who have any of the medical conditions that have been listed above might not be allowed to start taking Plendil or should be given lower doses of Plendil. Furthermore, they should undergo regular medical exams during their treatment with Plendil in order for their personal doctor to properly monitor their medical condition.
Plendil is a category C FDA pregnancy drug. Therefore, it has not been clearly determined whether a treatment with Plendil during pregnancy could severely harm a growing fetus or not. If you are pregnant, you should ask for your physician's approval to start taking Plendil. It has not been determined whether Plendil's main ingredients can pass into the patient's breast milk or not. However, if you are nursing a child, you should ask for your personal physician's consent to start taking Plendil.

Plendil Intake Guidelines

You should ask your personal health care provider to give you precise directions regarding how and when to take Plendil. If you have any other questions regarding your intake of Plendil you should ask your doctor, a nurse or a pharmacist for further details. You should consult the drug's label for more information about Plendil.
Each dose of Plendil should be accompanied by a glass of liquid. Although Plendil is not supposed to be a stomach irritant, you should try to take it with a light meal or at least with milk. It is forbidden to break, chew or crush the tablets, as it is important to swallow them as a whole. They have been especially designed to gradually release their ingredients into the organism. A treatment with Plendil is known to harmfully interact with grapefruit (this also includes grapefruit juice), leading to several potentially severe effects. Store Plendil in a cool and dry place, away from heat and moisture. Do not keep it in the bathroom or near the kitchen sink. Try to put it in a place that cannot be easily reached by either pets or children.

Plendil Dosage

Your personal health care provider is the only one able to prescribe you an accurate dose of Plendil, as he or she is familiar with your medical history. Do not deviate from your physician's instructions.

Plendil Overdose

If you suspect that you might be experiencing overdose, you should seek immediate medical care. Alert your personal physician at once. Contact your local poison control centre as soon as possible. An overdose with Plendil might trigger symptoms such as weakness, dizziness, breath shortness, chest pain, fainting, abnormally slow or fast heartbeat, slurred speech, coma and / or confusion.

Plendil Missed Dose

It is important to take your prescribed Plendil doses at their scheduled time. However, if you miss one of them, you should take it as soon as you recall. If you should be taking another dose, skip the one that you have missed and go back to your regular treatment. Avoid using double doses of Plendil without your personal health care specialist's approval (as this increases the risk of developing overdose).

Plendil Side Effects

If you develop any of these severe side effects you should stop using Plendil and seek medical attention as soon as possible:
- Abnormally slow or fast heartbeat;
- Chest pain;
- Jaundice (yellow eyes or skin);
- Psychosis or unusual behavior;
- Severe fainting or dizziness;
- Swelling of the ankles, legs, or face;
- Symptoms of an allergic reaction (closing of the throat; difficulty breathing; hives; swelling of the tongue, lips);

A treatment with Plendil could also trigger some other less severe but more common side effects such as:
- Diarrhea or nausea;
- Difficult or increased urination;
- Flushing;
- Headache;
- Joint or muscle discomfort;
- Sleeping difficulties, insomnia;
- Swelling of your gums;
- Tiredness or fatigue;

Plendil Interactions

During your treatment with Plendil you should avoid taking any of the following medicines:
- Any other heart drug;
- Carbamazepine (tegretol);
- Cimetidine (tagamet hb, tagamet);
- Erythromycin;
- Ketoconazole (nizoral) or itraconazole (sporanox);
- Phenytoin (dilantin);
- Rifabutin (mycobutin);
- Rifampin (rimactane, rifadin);

Plendil Other Brand Names

In some countries Plendil may also be known as:
- Dilahex;
- Feloday;
- Felodipine;
- Felodistad;
- Felodur;
- Felotens;
- Hydac;
- Lodistad;
- Munobal;
- Munobal;
- Presid;
- Preslow;
- Prevex;
- Renedil;
- Spendil;
- Vascalpha;