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## I have POTS I faint all the time . I was put on this med before it made me very nervious. Now I am trying again and am gaing weight and again very agitated. ## I do the same thing. Can you try lowering the dose? I've found with a lower dose I still get the benefits but I don't get agitated. I hate that. Good luck. ## Do not change your dose without first checking with your doctor. I have Addisons disease and have taken florinef and cortef for 54 years, it's what keeps me alive. I have been severely ill and as a result have been hospitalized as a result of an imbalance in my florinef. Be very careful, as this is a potent drug. ## I have Addisons and Fludrocortisone made my blood pressure really high so I am now on 0.25 however my blood pressure is before any meds 112/72 an...

Fludrocortisone 0.1mg qd and Midodrine Hcl 5mg 2 or 3 times a day

I've been on this drug for about two years now. With Midodrine 5 mg added a month or so later. I've had no side effects and am grateful to be able to live my life without all the dizziness, fatigue, nausea and fainting. I have to be very careful to do all the things that I must do to stay healthy: 3 healthy meals, good hydration, avoiding known stressors. These drugs have give me a quality of life that is well worth the discipline of adhering to a healthy style. ## Hello, Ginger! How are you doing? I am so glad that these medications are working so well for you and that you posted to let others know. That's awesome! I really hope things keep going well for you. Is there anything I can help with? ## What are you taking this medicine for? The dr gave it to me to keep my heart ...

fludrocort 0.1mg tab barr genaric name

super low blood pressure 86 over 53. I can hardly make it through my day. I hurt all over, legs, arms, head - entire body weakness. Im getting depressed. Seen by neurology & enocrinology, said I may have neuropothy (nerve damage)What can I do to feel good again? Can this be cause of kidney cancer surgery? ## Have you consulted your doctor? That blood pressure reading is low and it can cause the other symptoms you are experiencing, however, Fludrocortisone usually causes the opposite problem. The problems might be caused by kidney issues, or a number of other possibilities, which only a doctor is going to be able to diagnose. ## I My Blood Pressure Be Low Also My Doctor Also have me taking Midodrine, As I Just Started Taking Fludocort Now I Also Be Tired , Vision Problem Every So Oft...

fludrocortisone midrodrine and abilify okay together??

I have been on Fludrocortisone, Midrodrine, and Pristiq for depression, the first two 3 months for POTS , but, now depression has gotten bad. What can i do to stop the steroid since depression is one of the side-effects? ## Hello, Sandy! How are you? I'm sorry about the way you're feeling. Since you've been on it this long, a slow taper is the safest and best way to stop it, to avoid dangerous complications. Have you consulted your doctor? They should be able to help you set up an appropriate tapering schedule. What dosage of Pristiq are you on? You may need a dosage adjustment, or to add another medication. The typical side effects of Pristiq may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and weight changes.

white pill 7033

Its little with numbers 7033 on one side and its little. and has a half mark on the other side. ## Given the description provided, I located the pill to be Fludrocortisone acetate (0.1 mg). It is used primarily to replace the missing hormone aldosterone in various forms of adrenal insufficiency such as Addison's disease and the classic salt wasting (21-hydroxylase deficiency) form of congenital adrenal hyperplasia. For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you.


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