AZOR: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

For High Blood Pressure “Azor user for 7 years, maybe 8…sky high blood pressure that comes from a long family lineage. Was on 10/20 mg. for most of the time, now on 5/20 – I usually maintain a 105/68 – 120/70 with a pulse that rarely goes above 65. I can’t say enough about this medication, I went from a red faced angry fool to being a pussy cat. On my very worst days – intense stress or pain I’ll max at 130/90 but that’s about 3-5 times a year. I don’t do the generic, I’m loyal to the Azor brand – it has a certain smell that the generic doesn’t, crazy or not I got used to the smell. You’d have to take both to understand…nonetheless the one month I went generic my blood pressure was spotty.”

crazydude81 (taken for 5 to 10 years) December 2, 2017

For High Blood Pressure “I was on Benicar for about ten years before my insurance decided they won’t cover it. I tried several other medications with lots of disappointment and very high BP. My doctor recommended Azor, works even better and it took about six months for my insurance to cover it. The cost with the coupon from the manufacturer it is great!”

ORMOND GIRL November 9, 2017

For High Blood Pressure “I also found that the generic did not work as well as Azor. With Azor my bp is usually 120/78 and with the new generic it’s 140/100. I will continue to use Azor and hope that the cost of $360 per month comes down.”

RossiD September 20, 2017

For High Blood Pressure “I was on Azor 10/40. It worked perfectly. Steady 120/80 reading any time of the day. My new plan doesn’t cover Azor and I’m trying the generic equivalent of amlodopine and Benicar. On the generic my blood pressure is 150/100. I guess I’ll have to pay the huge out of pocket price for the Azor. I’ve had no noticeable side effects on Azor.”

Tucker Joe (taken for 2 to 5 years) June 12, 2017

For High Blood Pressure “Started taking Azor in 2013 and it worked beautifully controlling my blood pressure. However, in 2013 I also started having problems with my face swelling (as if I had the mumps). The facial swelling was evident after an infection (sinus, ear, etc.); and would disappear after a course of antibiotics. Earlier this year the problem recurred and was worse than ever before. The swelling didn’t subside. I had ultrasounds, CT scans, and saw three different ENTs before the third one told me Azor causing the problem. If you check the side effects facial swelling is listed.”

Mumpster (taken for 2 to 5 years) May 17, 2017

For High Blood Pressure “its hard for me to remember to take the pill and when the pain du to HBO comes Azor takes at least 2-3 days to work , Really expensive pill at $13.50 each at Walgreens , Insurance deductible each month is $98.00”

Avcomm November 9, 2016

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