Hi. My father has Parkinson's Disease and he is taking a bunch of medications. His doctor has been prescribing him Norvasc for his hypertension all the time. I did a little research on the net about this medication and found out that it's not recommended if a persons that is taking doesn't have a high cholesterol. The problem is that I'm not sure if I understood very well. My father doesn't have a high cholesterol. Can you help me to clear the things out... I need you explanation. I'll ask the doctor but the appointment is not until next week. I hope I'll find my answers here. Thanks.
You probably didn't understand well. Norvac (amlodipine) should not be taken by people with liver damage, pregnant women, unstable angina pectoris, breastfeeding mothers... Cholesterol level has nothing with Norvac.