I still think about what can be done to prevent sudden and severe reactions to medications
that have been taken over long periods of time, especially if those medications often cause a constant cough and then after prolonged use causes rash, hives or swelling ect. Should pharmaceutical companies not only assess patients with their medication use not only for the immediate goal of treating the condition but for the longevity alternative, if eventually that patient will develop side affect reactions? In developing other medications that do the exact same thing but work interchangeably, patients can still take their meds without much of an interruption due to side affects. For example. Mr. Vader has been taking Ramipril for years. Mr. Vader stated that, "Ramipril was the only thing that helped keep his blood pressure under control." Aside from the fact that he knew how to put worries on his offspring-one in particular. He liked them that way, because they lived a simple and worrisome way of life filled with struggle. But, Mr. Vader saw no problem, it was like that in his day too and besides he hated the newfangled way of life. His motto "You don't work to earn-you earn to work!" This really f----- pissed off his offspring-one in particular. "But when you get there you'll be old and really gray!" this offspring would say. Mr. Vader would reply, "I'm from the south and once you understand that concept, you know that it took village to raise a child, and so here you are no longer a child." It really seemed that Mr. Vader and his offspring-one in particular had differences with regards to putting the horse before the cart. The offspring- one in particular, favored-work to earn. Mr. Vader didn't like that approach, he thought it was too easy, soft and you know simple like, because if you didn't earn the cart then what good does the horse do for it!
Anyways, Mr. Vader had a reaction to Ramipril and could no longer take it. He also did not tolerate amlodipine, and a few other medications. So what was Mr. Vader supposed to do? His offspring(one in particular) began to think- although they say you don't get paid to think, which she found to be correct- what should physicians do when their patients have problems after taking medications over time? A remedy to this may be in herbal form. Physicians often prescribe medications to help keep a condition under control and there comes a time when medications like most other things when done daily for years becomes of detriment to the person. In that scenario, perhaps pharmaceutical companies should be creating a medication just like ramipril or amlodipine that combines basil and/or celery to offset the formulary compound of the medication so that it can be taken to eliminate long use side affects. "Wow!" said Mr. Vader, "So you mean my physician should recommend Ramipril LU, which stands for Ramipril long use?" "Exactly!" said the offspring-one in particular. "Because, by taking Ramipril LU it alters the medication compound to remove the side affects as a result of taking it for many years but still helps control your blood pressure as it normally did." Mr. Vader then said, "I don't want to upset you as I do many times, life stuff here and there, but do you remember LIU?" The offspring-one in particular looked at Mr. Vader and said, "Didn't I tell you ------- ---- ---- --------!"
When patients are suffering from side affects because of prolonged used of blood pressure
medications please consider Ramipril LU or amlodipine LU.