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Anifed Retard

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What is Anifed Retard Tablet?

Anifed Retard is a dihydropyridine calcium channel blocker used to treat high blood pressure (hypertension). This pill also treats chest pain (angina). High blood pressure adds to the caseload of the arteries and heart. If workload continues for a long time, the arteries and heart may not function properly. The improper function may damage the blood vessels of the heart, brain, and kidneys, resulting in kidney failure, heart failure, and strokes. Hypertension may also increase the risks of heart attacks. You can prevent these problems by controlling your blood pressure. Anifed Retard may also be prescribed with other drugs to relieve the episodes of chest pain. This pill may also increase your ability to exercise and decreases the frequency of angina attacks. Occasionally, Anifed Retard also treats chilblains and Raynaud’s phenomenon.

Can I buy Anifed Retard Online?

Yes! You can buy Anifed Retard Tablets online, safely and securely, through our website or call us at 03111136337.

How effective is Anifed Retard?

Anifed Retard is an effective blocker to reduce the symptoms of high blood pressure. Doctors consider it one of the most helpful treatments for chest pain and to reduce the workload on the heart and arteries. This pill also reduces the risks of kidney failure, strokes, and heart failure. Anifed Retard shows initial results within a day and may take a couple of weeks for full effects.

Why choose Anifed Retard?

If you want to prevent and treat hypertension, angina, strokes, heart attacks, and poor ability to exercise, Anifed Retard is one of the best options you have. This tablet helps the body control calcium movement into the cells of the blood vessels and heart. In addition, Anifed Retard is considered safe for adults and elders with chest pain, high blood pressure, and reduced ability to exercise.

What is contained in Anifed Retard?

The active ingredient of Anifed Retard is Nifedipine, which belongs to a group of medicines known as calcium channel blockers. These blockers relax your blood vessels so blood can flow more efficiently and reduce chest pain and high blood pressure symptoms.

How should I take Anifed Retard?

Usually, it is recommended to use Anifed Retard on your doctor’s advice. But, to treat different symptoms of chest pain and high blood pressure, you may use Anifed Retard according to your doctor’s prescription.

For children (1-17)

Anifed Retard is not recommended for use in children.

For adults (18-65)

Take one tablet of Anifed Retard once a day.

For Elders (above 65)

The usual dose of Anifed Retard is recommended by your doctor.

Take a missed dose of Anifed Retard as soon as you remember. However, skip Anifed Retard 10 mg’s missed dose if you are almost due for the next.

How does Anifed Retard work?

Several reasons can cause high blood pressure and chest pain, such as tobacco use, too much sodium in salt, poor physical activity, obesity, too little potassium in the diet, and advanced age. If not appropriately treated, the symptoms of angina attacks and high blood pressure do not go away quickly and cause severe problems. Anifed Retard works by affecting the movement of calcium into the cells of the blood vessels and heart. This effect relaxes your blood vessels and increases the supply of blood and oxygen to the heart while reducing its workload.

How long can I take Anifed Retard?

It is recommended to take Anifed Retard exactly as advised by your physician. However, contact your doctor if hypertension and chest pain symptoms do not improve after a couple of weeks of administration. Anifed Retard can cause side effects, such as worsening chest pain, shortness of breath, unusual sweating, left arm pain, and vision changes. Therefore, it is wise to use Anifed Retard exactly as prescribed by your doctor or pharmacist.

Can I take Anifed Retard whilst pregnant or breastfeeding?

The active ingredient of Anifed Retard is not harmful to pregnant women and unborn babies. Therefore, it is safe to take Anifed during pregnancy. In addition, this pill also does not affect your health during breastfeeding or the infant’s health. However, it would be best for you to consult your physician before taking Anifed Retard during pregnancy or breastfeeding.

What are the side effects of Anifed Retard?

Anifed Retard may cause some side effects, but they are infrequent.

This tablet’s most common side effects are cough, headache, nausea, dizziness, heartburn, flushing, constipation, vomiting, stuffy nose, sore throat, weakness, and swelling of the ankles or feet.

Other possible side effects of Anifed Retard are fainting, fast heartbeat, vision changes, severe chest pain, unusual sweating, left arm pain, muscle cramps, tremors, yellowing eyes or skin, decreased sexual ability, and difficulty swallowing.

Anifed Retard can cause allergic reactions, such as difficulty breathing, hives, skin rash, severe dizziness, swollen lips, and itching.

Other Warnings to consider                                                                                    

  • Be careful while using Anifed Retard without the doctor’s consent.
  • Share your medical history, especially of aortic stenosis, congestive heart failure, liver problems, and kidney diseases, with your doctor before using Anifed Retard.
  • Inform your doctor or if you are allergic to the active ingredient of Anifed Retard.
  • Do not consume alcohol or marijuana with Anifed Retard.
  • Do not take cimetidine, carbamazepine, rifampin, rifabutin, phenytoin, naproxen, and ibuprofen with Anifed Retard.