Q: Can I stop taking the medicine once my blood pressure is under control?
A: The prescription is to be followed as advised by the doctor. Stopping the medicine can raise the blood pressure.
Q: What are the complications for those individuals who have low sodium levels?
A: The medicine can cause angioedema in individuals with low sodium levels more easily than others.
Q: How long does it take for the medicine to start working?
A: It takes around a couple of hours for the medicine to start working after an oral administration.
Q: Is it safe to take a contraceptive medicine with an ongoing prescription of the medicine?
A: The medicine does not affect the working of any contraceptives, but it is advised to discuss with a doctor before taking the medicines together.
Q: Is taking painkillers along with the medicine going to have an effect?
A: Taking painkillers with the medicine for a long period of time can lead to decreasing effects of the latter.