Diovan is convenient to take and can be taken alone or with other blood pressure medications.

Below is some basic information about taking Diovan (valsartan) tablets.

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  • What is Diovan indicated for?
  • Who should not take Diovan?
  • Is Diovan safe for use in children?
  • What should I tell my doctor before taking Diovan?
  • Can I take Diovan with other medications?
  • Can Diovan be taken with or without food?
  • How should I take Diovan?
  • Can I take Diovan if I am pregnant?
  • Can I stop taking Diovan if I feel better?
  • What if I forget to take a dose?
  • Can Diovan be cut in half or crushed?
  • What are the possible side effects of Diovan?
  • What are the ingredients in Diovan?
  • How do I store Diovan?
  • General information about Diovan

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