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I am moving to Moscow and am currently taking Renitec, Xatral and Zocor. Are these drugs available in Moscow or do I need to bring an ample supply?
Dear Max, Thank you for your question. It is an excellent idea to check that your regular medications and dosages are available when you relocate to a foreign country. Also try and learn the generic (or universal) names of each medication, not the pharmaceutical names. For your information, the generic names of your medications are: Enalapril (Renitec) Xatral (Alfuzosin) Simvastatin (Zocor) These drugs are definitely available at our SOS clinic in Moscow, and we have a range of different dose strengths. I'm sure you are aware that if you are on these medications, you should be seen by a physician for blood pressure examinations and regular bloodwork to check your cholesterol levels and liver function. Best regards, and good luck with your move to Moscow!
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