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25 Feb 2003

Hypertension medication?
I AM 67 YEARS OLD FEMALE AND HAVE BEEN USING A MEDICATION BY THE NAME OF NATRILIX FOR THE PAT FEW YEARS FOR MY HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE. I CHANGED MEDICAL AID AND MY NEW MEDICAL AID ONLY APPROVES HEXAZIDE AND REDAQ FOR MY CONDITION, IS THIS MEDICATION THE SAME AND WILL IT HELP FOR MY HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE??
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01 Jan 0001

Van, Hexazide and Ridaq are one and the same thing and definitely not the same as Natrilix®. The generic equivalents of Natrilix® include Dapamax®, Daptril®, Indalix®, Lixamide® and Rolab-indapamide®. It would be better to take one of them than Hexazide® or Ridaq®. Good luck.
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