Side effects of sartans
Sartans are comparatively well tolerated drugs and have fewer side effects than ACE inhibitors. Tartar, dizziness, headache, sleep disturbances and stomach discomfort can sometimes result from treatment with Sartans.
Due to the potentially harmful effects on the unborn child, Sartane should not be given during pregnancy and lactation.
No, although a large study analysis in 2010 found a link between treatment with Sartanen and an increased risk of cancer. However, this suspicion did not stand up to a subsequent examination in another study, based on 70 studies.
In the second and third trimester of pregnancy, treatment with Sartanen may lead to malformations of the unborn child.