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Tarka is a prescription hypertension medication for treating high blood pressure and preventing high blood pressure risks like heart attack, stroke, and poor kidney health. It is a combination blood pressure drug with an ACE inhibitor drug in Trandolapil and calcium-channel blocker in Verapamil that combine to relax blood vessels so blood flows freely and lower blood pressure is achieved. Tarka may also be prescribed as a medication to lower heart rate, and it is effective for patients who take it exactly as indicated in their prescription.
You can buy Tarka tablets with a doctor’s prescription at your local pharmacy and the best price for the medication will be when you order medication online from Canada Pharmacy.
Take 1 or 2 tablets with meals each day as directed by your physician.
The active ingredients in Tarka are Trandolapil and Verapamil.
Tell your doctor if you have any history heart rhythm problems like atrioventricular block, sick sinus syndrome, Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, Lown-Ganong-Levine syndrome or heart problems like aortic stenosis or heart failure, muscle and nerve disorders like muscular dystrophy or myasthenia gravis, allergic reactions of the face/lips/tongue/throat like angioedema), blood filtering procedures like LDL apheresis, dialysis, liver disease, kidney disease, or high level of potassium in the blood (hyperphosphatemia).
Do not exceed dosage regulations indicated in your prescription.
Forgetting to take more than 1 dose of hypertension medication may increase your risk factors. Some people use a smartphone add to remind them when they need to take their medication every day.
There is the possibility of drug interaction risks between Tarka and certain other Rx medications, including aliskire / clonidine / disopyramide / dofetilide / dolasetron / fingolimod / gold injections / lithium / sacubitril / everolimus / sirolimus / losartan / valsartan / birth control pills containing drospirenone / erythromycin / rifampin / ritonavir / St. John's wort.
Advise your doctor of all medications you are currently taking before getting your prescription and proceeding to buy Tarka tablets.
Tarka side effects are uncommon, but some users may experience dizziness, light headedness, tiredness, dry cough, constipation, or nausea. If Tarka side effects are observed, then it’s advised that you stop using the medication and speak to your doctor again regarding high blood pressure medication treatment options.