Tekamlo side effects
Tekamlo is a drug to treat hypertension. Tekamlo contains Aliskiren hemifumarate and Amlodipine besylate.
Tekamlo's most dangerous side effect to the fetus is that When used in pregnancy, it can cause injury or death to the developing fetus.
Peripheral edema is a dose-dependent adverse effect of Tekamlo. Clinical studies reported some cases of angioedema with respiratory symptoms and periorbital edema. Edema involving the face, hands, or entire body were also reported.
Other side effects of Tekamlo include diarreah, coughing, rashes, gout, kidney stones, seizures and suspected gynecomastia. Water retention in the lower limbs is common, as well as peripheral edema, which can be potentially dangerous, especially for people with CHF (congestive heart failure.
Overdosing Tekamlo may result in tachycardia, warm or tingly feelings, severe dizziness and syncope (fainting).
This is our research on the alleged dangers of Tekamlo / adverse effects of Tekamlo and not medical advice!