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If you suffer from various heart or blood vessel conditions, your healthcare provider may prescribe verapamil hydrochloride. As part of a class of drugs known as calcium channel blockers, verapamil works by opening up the blood vessels to allow better blood flow. The medicine comes in the form of a tablet and a capsule, and is typically taken by mouth one to four times a day. As with any medication, it is possible to take too much verapamil. Seek immediate medical attention if you overdose on verapamil. Symptoms of a verapamil overdose can include fluid in the lungs, decreased mental function, and low blood pressure.
(Click Verapamil for the full eMedTV article. This article takes a detailed look at verapamil dosing, side effects, and available strengths -- as well as some conditions you should let your healthcare provider know about before you take the medicine.)
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