Get a Prescription Refill for Entresto Online
Entresto has a combination of Sacubitril and Valsartan, which is a medication used for long-lasting heart failure to reduce the risk of hospitalization and death. If you have these conditions, you can refill Entresto refill online. Obtaining an Entresto refill prescription online is simple; visit Your Doctors Online and connect with a doctor anytime, anywhere. Our online doctor will ask about your symptoms to determine treatment. They may suggest a follow-up appointment or clinic visit.
Please know that an Entresto refill will only be provided after a consultation with our doctor and if the medication is appropriate and safe.
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Dr. Nicole, I have run out of Entresto, and now I need a refill. Can you give me an Entresto refill?
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- Entresto refill 49/51 mg tablet
- Take one tablet once daily.
What is Entresto and How to Take It
Entresto has a therapeutic class called Angiotensin receptor neprilysin inhibitors (ARNIs). The tablet comes in different dosage strengths of 25mg/26mg, 49mg/51mg, and 97 mg/103mg. The tablet is film-coated and comes in different strengths. Other drugs in the same class include Losartan, Candesartan, and Irbesartan.
As Entresto is a combination drug, it comes in a combined dosage of Sacubitril and Valsartan. Sacubitril is an ARNI inhibitor that increases the levels of certain proteins in the body, leading to the dilation of blood vessels. This helps reduce blood pressure through the dilation of blood vessels. On the other hand, Valsartan is an angiotensin receptor blocker (ARB) that helps relax blood vessels to help easy flow of blood.
The starting dose recommended for Entresto is 49mg/51mg, taken orally twice daily. The dosage is usually doubled after 2-4 weeks to one tablet of 97mg/103mg. You can swallow it with water with or without a meal. Follow the dosing instructions provided by your doctor.
Important Information About Entresto
Entresto refill is an Angiotensin receptor neprilysin inhibitors (ARNIs) drug. You will require a prescription for Entresto refill. Here are some essential points that you should know about this drug:
- Common side effects of Entresto include cough, lightheadedness, diarrhea, stomach pain, weakness, tiredness, feeling sick, headache, and dizziness. If you have these symptoms that persist or worsen over time, you try contacting your doctor as soon as possible.
- Serious side effects of Entresto may include allergic reactions, hyperkalemia, low blood pressure, kidney problems, fainting, or feeling dizzy. You can discuss it with your doctor if you notice any of these side effects.
- Drugs that can interact with Entresto include Aliskiren, Spasentan, Benazepril, birth control pills, Ibuprofen, Naproxen, diet aids, Lithium, cough, and cold products.
FAQs About Entresto
Can you drink alcohol with Entresto?
Yes, there are no known interactions between alcohol and Entresto. However, the drug may interact based on individual physiology and response to treatment. You can discuss your condition with your doctor if you have doubts about any medication.
What drugs should not be taken with Entresto?
Drugs that can increase potassium levels, diet aids, NSAIDs, cough and cold drugs can interact with Entresto. You should share the complete list of your ongoing treatment with your doctor before you start taking Entresto.
Does Entresto cause weight loss?
No, weight loss is not a commonly observed side effect of Entresto. You should discuss with your doctor if you notice anything unusual while you are taking Entresto; speak to your doctor.
How long does it take for Entresto to work?
Entresto may start working immediately within hours, but it may take a few weeks to show the drug's full effect. Discuss with your doctor if you are taking Entresto and if you have any specific questions regarding the medication you are taking.
What are the alternatives to Entresto?
The alternatives to Entresto may include medications used to treat heart failure, ACE inhibitors, diuretics, ARBs, and Beta-blockers. Only your doctor can determine a suitable alternative based on your condition.
Who shouldn’t take Entresto?
It is not recommended to take Entresto if you are taking Valsartan or Sacubitril. You should share your pre-existing health conditions and ongoing treatment with your doctor because Entresto may contraindicate with any pre-existing health condition or treatment.
What happens if I take too much Entresto?
Taking too much Entresto can cause low blood pressure, fainting, and dizziness. If you feel you have taken too much Entresto, you should contact your doctor immediately to avoid any possible adverse effects or complications.
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