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Tarka Medication - Uses & Side Effects

Tarka is used to treat high blood pressure. It combines two blood pressure drugs such as an ACE inhibitor and a calcium channel blocker. The ACE inhibitor lowers blood pressure by preventing a chemical in your blood known as angiotensin I from converting to a more potent form that narrows the blood vessels and increases salt and water retention. The calcium channel blocker also works to keep the blood vessels open, and eases the heart's workload by reducing the force and rate of your heartbeat.

Tarka Dosage

  • For adults, the usual starting doses range from 1 to 4 milligrams of trandolapril and 180 to 240 milligrams of verapamil.
  • The safety and effectiveness of Tarka in children under 18 have not been established.

Uses of Tarka

  • Tarka is used to treat high blood pressure.
  • It may also be used to treats other medical conditions those are listed in this medication guide.

Side Effects of Tarka

Before taken Tarka medicine, you should discuss the side effects with your doctor. If any develop or change in intensity, then you should inform your doctor as soon as possible. Because only your doctor can determine if it is safe for you to continue taking Tarka. Side effects may include:

  • Constipation
  • Dizziness
  • Headache
  • Upper respiratory tract infection

Warnings and precautions before taking Tarka:

  • If you are taking Tarka, then sometimes causes a severe drop in blood pressure. If you have heart disease, kidney disease, or a potassium or salt imbalance, then you should tell your doctor.
  • If you feel light-headed or faint, then you should lie down and contact your doctor immediately.
  • If you develop signs of infection such as a sore throat or a fever, then you should contact your doctor at once-an infection could be a signal of blood abnormalities.
  • If you have a heart condition, heart failure, kidney disease, liver disease, diabetes, or Duchenne's dystrophy, then you should tell your doctor. Tarka should be used with caution under these circumstances.

Drug Interaction :-

If you are taking Tarka with certain other drugs, then the effects of either could be increased, decreased, or altered. So it is especially important to check with your doctor before combining Tarka with the following:

  • Drugs classified as "beta blockers,"
  • Carbamazepine
  • Digoxin
  • Flecainide
  • Lithium
  • Phenobarbital
  • Quinidine
  • Rifampin
  • Theophylline
Overdose

After taken Tarka if you feel that overdose is suspected, then you should contact with your doctor immediately. Because it may lead to another serious effect. Symptoms of a Tarka overdose include:

  • Low blood pressure
  • Life-threatening heart problems


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