UDP-AT tablet is used for the treatment of high blood pressure and angina pectoris, a condition characterised by chest pain, tightness and squeezing in the chest radiating towards shoulders, arms and neck. It contains a combination of amlodipine and Atenolol as its active medicines. They belong to a class of antihypertensive medicines. UDP-AT tablet. It works by lowering the blood pressure, heart rate and contractility of heart muscles. Patients with kidney and liver function problems and the elderly should be very cautious while taking this medicine....
Q: For how long do I need to take UDP-AT tablet?
A: Do not stop taking UDP-AT tablet until and unless your doctor advises you. If you stop taking this medicine, it can lead to a sudden increase in your blood pressure, which can be very dangerous. The doctor will gradually decrease the dose as per the need.
Q: What precautions should I follow to control my high blood pressure?
Consult a doctor and follow his prescription
Restrict salt intake in your diet
Follow a low carb, low-fat diet
Do regular exercise for 30- 40 minutes every day
Maintain a healthy weight
Q: What are the side effects of UDP-AT tablet?
A: Medicines along with the desired effect, sometimes give side effects also, however not everyone gets them. The most common side effects of this medicine are sleepiness, dizziness, headache, stomach pain, nausea, swelling in ankle and fatigue.
Q: How much time does it take for UDP-AT tablet to start working?
A: It takes approximately 1 hour for this medicine to start showing its blood pressure lowering effects. However, this can vary among individual depending on their physiology and metabolism.