History of Benicar?

Japanese pharmaceutical company Daiichi Sankyo developed Benicar in 1995 and FDA approval in 2002. Benicar is the bran name for Olmesartanand is a angiotensin II receptor antagonist class of blood pressure drugs. Angiotensin is a naturally occurring hormone that causes constriction of blood vessels. Olmesartan blocks vascular cellular reception which the raising of blood pressure.
Benicar is used for treating high blood pressure, also known as high blood pressure and should only be used when prescribed by a licensed physician. There are contra-indications for pregnancy and biliary obstruction (BNF), an obstruction of the biliary tract.
In July of 2013, the FDA warned about the possible side effects of Benicar which can have a profound impact on the intestinal tract causing non-stop diarrhea and severe weight loss. If you are on Benicar and suspect any of these symptoms you should seek the advice of a medical professional as soon as possible. You should also consult with an attorney by calling (877) 561-0000 to discuss your rights.

Benicar is a popular product and has many million prescriptions each year and generates hundreds of millions of dollars in sales. The prevalence of spru-like enteropathy in patients using Benicar triggered the FDA warning in 2013.
If you’ve suffered from severe diarrhea, spru-like enteropathy, or extreme weight loss, you should communicate your symptoms to a physician right away. For legal advice or to speak with a Benicar lawsuit, you can call (877) 561-0000 to discuss your legal rights. By filing a claim it can assist the FDA in evaluating this product and accurately count the number of injuries from it. Call (877) 561-0000 today if you have any questions.
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