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30 pack of 4mg perindopril tert-butylamine oral tablets
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2 mg

3 x 30 tablet(s) - £19.99

6 x 30 tablet(s) - £29.99

4 mg

3 x 30 tablet(s) - £19.99

6 x 30 tablet(s) - £29.99

8 mg

3 x 30 tablet(s) - £24.99

6 x 30 tablet(s) - £34.99

How to take Perindopril

Perindopril tablets should be taken in the morning, before breakfast. You should swallow the tablet with water. It is best if you stick to taking Perindopril at the same time everyday. Please make sure you take the right amount, as advised. Do not change the dosage without speaking to your doctor first. You need to avoid food additives and salt substitutes which contain potassium while taking Perindopril.


Every tablet contains the active ingredient Perindopril, depending on the dosage between 2mg and 8mg per tablet. Additional non-active ingredients can include microcrystalline cellulose, lactose and magnesium stearate as well as hydrophobic colloidal silica. The tablets can differ in shape. 2mg tablets may be plain white, round and biconvex, whereas the 4mg tablets may be oblong with a break line in the middle. They are likely to be embossed with “PP” on one and the dosage “4” on the other side. 8mg Perindopril tablets can be round biconvex tablets, again with “PP” on one and the dosage “8” on the other side. Perindopril is produced and marketed by various pharmaceutical companies, so the tablets you are prescribed may not always look the same or have the same name.


Which Perindopril dose you are prescribed depends on whether you are taking Perindopril as a standalone treatment or in combination with other blood pressure medication, such as diuretics. The normal starting dose is 4mg per day. After the initial month, your GP will assess whether your blood pressure needs to be lowered further and whether you are suffering any side effects. Your dosage will be adjusted if necessary, to ensure you benefit from the treatment. Elderly people sometimes require a lower Perindopril dose and may be given 2mg to start with. You should always stick to the recommended daily dose, so if you forget to take a tablet just take the next one as usual. Do not take two tablets in one day.

Common side effects

  • Tiredness and feeling dizzy
  • Cough
  • Headaches
  • Sensory disturbances such as tingling, vertigo and blurred vision
  • Muscle cramps
  • Stomach problems and diarrhoea
  • Changes in your sense of taste
  • Skin rash and itching
Medically reviewed by:
Dr Kathryn Basford

Dr Kathryn Basford is a qualified GP who works as a GP in London, as well as with ZAVA. She graduated from the University of Manchester and completed her GP training through Whipps Cross Hospital in London.

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Last reviewed: 26 Jun 2019

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