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Tenoret 50 50mg+12.5mg Tablet 14 'S

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FORMULAAtenolol 50 mg + Chlorthalidone 12.5 mg
Dosing & Indication
Side Effects

Tenoret 50 50mg+12.5mg Tablet 14 'S contains Atenolol which belongs to the category of beta-blockers that are prescribed for the treatment of high blood pressure. The consumption of this medicine lowers blood pressure and alleviates the risk of heart attacks, kidney problems, and stroke. 

Tenoret 50 50mg+12.5mg Tablet 14 'S also contains Chlorthalidone which is a diuretic that is also known as a water pill that functions by removing all the excess salt and water from the body resulting in reduced blood pressure. 

In most cases, patients are required to avoid the consumption of apple juice as it may cause the medicine to not function completely. If the patient is also consuming any other medicine such as cholesterol-lowering medicine, then he is required to maintain a time gap of a few hours within the intake of both medicines. Usage of tobacco and alcohol during this medication is highly discouraged and should be avoided.


How Does The {{Product}} Work

Tenoret 50 50mg+12.5mg Tablet 14 'S consists of "atenolol" beta-blocker that function by influencing the reaction to nerve impulses in specific areas of the body, such as the heart, which leads to the heart beating slower and lowering the blood pressure. The oxygen supply is increased to the heart once the blood pressure decreases. Tenoret 50 50mg+12.5mg Tablet 14 'S also contains "chlorthalidone" a diuretic (water pill). It functions by decreasing the quantity of water in the body by increasing the outflow of urine which helps in lowering blood pressure.

Tenoret 50 50mg+12.5mg Tablet 14 'S can be used to treat:

  •     Hypertension
  •     Reducing the risk of heart failure
  •     Reducing the risk of stroke


Adult Dosage

Initially started with a smaller dose of 50mg/12.5mg once daily that can be increased to 100mg/25mg once daily.

Elderly Dosage

Elderly patients are also prescribed Tenoret 50 50mg+12.5mg Tablet 14 'S once a day but initiated with a smaller dose unless they have renal impairment, kidney problems, or any heart problems. In that case, the patient has been prescribed 1 tablet once a day with fewer mgs of atenolol.

Pediatric dose

 Not recommended

Pregnancy Use And Lactation

Tenoret 50 50mg+12.5mg Tablet 14 'S contains components that can be seen as dangerous for the fetus and the woman conceiving. The consumption during the second and third trimesters is highly discouraged, the first-trimester usage varies according to patients’ conditions and reactions towards the medicine. It should be avoided and only ingested if advised as highly necessary by the doctor.

Lactating women are also advised to avoid it as it can also cause bradycardia or hypoglycemia.


How To Use {{Product}}

Tenoret 50 50mg+12.5mg Tablet 14 'S is available in tablet form that is taken orally (by mouth) usually one tablet a day but the dosage can vary according to the patient's conditions. The patient is required to ingest this medicine with or without food 4-5 hours before bedtime preferably with water to help it flow down the throat easily. Tenoret 50 50mg+12.5mg Tablet 14 'S will also cause an increased amount of urination so patients are required to drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration. The medicine should also be ingested at the same time each day to build a routine. Patients are advised to not consume an apple or orange juice 3-5 hours before or after the intake of medicine as it can interact and decrease the effect of Tenoret 50 50mg+12.5mg Tablet 14 'S

The following side effects may not require immediate medical attention until becomes troublesome:

  •    Slow heartbeat
  •    Weakness
  •    Dizziness & drowsiness
  •     Numbness or tingling
  •     Pale skin, bruising, or bleeding
  •     Depression
  •     Loss of appetite
  •     Constipation
  •     My hands and feet getting cold


Please tell your doctor if you have a history of any of the following before using Tenoret 50 50mg+12.5mg Tablet 14 'S:

  •     Sinus bradycardia
  •     Heart block greater than first degree
  •     Cardiogenic shock
  •     Overt cardmethemoglobinemia
  •     Angina
  •     Asthma
  •     Diabetes
  •     Lupus
  •     Kidney disease
  •     Psoriasis
  •     Peripheral vascular diseases


Please tell your doctor about any of the following conditions before using Tenoret 50 50mg+12.5mg Tablet 14 'S:

  •     Unable to urinate
  •     Allergy to sulfa drugs
  •     Slow heartbeats
  •     AV block

Before using this product, please tell your doctor if you are using any of the following medications:

  •     Digoxin, Digitalis
  •     Indomethacin
  •     Insulin
  •     Lithium
  •     Any other beta-blocker such as Bisoprolol
  •     Heart or blood pressure medication such as Amiodarone, Clonidine


#1. How long does it take for Tenoret 50 50mg+12.5mg Tablet 14 'S to start working?

The onset of action of this medication is 1 hour, and the peak effect is achieved within 2 to 4 hours.

#2. Will Tenoret 50 50mg+12.5mg Tablet 14 'S affect my sexual activity?

No, the product has shown no signs of affecting sexual activity or libido.

#3. Can I take Tenoret 50 50mg+12.5mg Tablet 14 'S during pregnancy?

No, Tenoret 50 50mg+12.5mg Tablet 14 'S is deemed unsafe to be ingested during pregnancy.

#4. Is it normal to have increased urination during the intake of medicine?

Yes. It is completely normal as this drug includes a diuretic that works by decreasing unnecessary fluid retention in the body and thus, lowering raised levels of blood pressure back to normal.

#5. Do I need to stop taking Tenoret 50 50mg+12.5mg Tablet 14 'S before surgery?

Your doctor must know if you are on Tenoret 50 50mg+12.5mg Tablet 14 'S or any other blood pressure-lowering medication. He may advise you to stop taking it before 24 hours of surgery, as the antihypertensive effect multiplies along with the anesthetics.


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