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dyazide what side effects on the body and hair

Does itaid in losing weight and does it cause your hair to shed ## This is a medication that is used to treat conditions such as congestive heart failure and high blood pressure, it contains the active ingredients Triamterene and Hydrochlorothiazide. It can remove excess fluid from the body, which may cause some weight loss, but it will not be a significant loss, unless you have edema or CHF. Its other side effects, as listed by the FDA, may include nausea, dizziness, increased urination, dehydration and hypotension. Yes, it may cause hair loss in some people that take it, as well. Has it been prescribed for you?

looking for source of meds

looking for a 320/25 dyazide one per day. I can get them out of Canada, but Walgreens, Walmart, etc. do not have them here ... where else can I look? ## Hi Gloria, Usually if you can't find it locally your next best bet is probably going to be ordering it online. Have you considered trying any online pharmacies based here in the US? If not, I would recommend checking with sites such as PharmacyChecker, as they only list certified (reputable) online pharmacies. Although I am pretty sure that those pharmacies would require a prescription because PharmacyChecker puts them through a rigorous certification process. Other than that option, the only other thing I can think of trying would be to order each of Dyazide's Active Ingredients separately at your local pharmacy: Hydrochlorothi...


37.5/25 ## I have been taking triam/hctz 37.5/25 mg. cap and have suddenly started getting lightheaded and my left side goes numb and tingly for about 30seconds to a minute. It can happen at any time and activity makes no difference. I saw in the side effects to stop immediately. What do these symptoms mean?

dyazide 37.5/25 capsule gsk

water pill for blood pressure ## I have taken Dyazide cap 37.5-25, two per day for 25 yrs. My doctor changed the prescription to one per day. I am 1000 miles from home until June l. I last saw him in Oct. 2005. Should this happen without explaintion. ## No other medicaion for blood pressure was perscribed. ## I would prefer to continue with two per day. If is not broken don't fix it. I have done well in the pass with no problems. I am having problems communication with my doctor. I talk by phone to the lady that works in his office or his nurse and not him. ## is Dyazide 37.5 mg ototoxic. I have a hearing loss and need to know is this prescription can cause more hearing loss. ## There are no warnings about it in the basic monograph information, but I suggest double checking with you...

Expired Dyazide

Does anyone know what would happen if I took one the the referenced pills if it's expired for a year? ## The worst that will happen with this type of pill is it might be slightly less effective, very few pills actually get dangerous with age and this is not one of them, All of them do, however, lose potency over time, so it might not be as strong as it was when you first filled your prescription. I am concerned here about the fact that you are trying to self-diagnose, though. If you are experiencing edema/swelling, there could be several reasons for it, and taking a pill that was prescribed to treat an old condition might not be appropriate for this one if your condition has changed. You should really consult your doctor to rule out serious problems.


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