Hydrochlorothiazide (Thread 158844)

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Gina Says:


If you do not take this medication for 3-5 days can it cause water retention right away?



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Jean Says:

Yes,I agree,especially during the warmer days. Also I noticed that after when I don't take it and I have a day where I sat for a while that my socks along my calf leave a mark. Has anyone else experienced this same problem? BUT I found a solution. My Dr prescribed a NON medicated fix which is comforatble. I wear medical legwear during the day even when I am sitting,ie..at my desk's pc working or standing at the sink doing dishes. Please let me know what anyone else found.

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susanna Says:

I am on Hydrochlorot for high blood pressure and if I go even one day without taking my pill I get swelling in the legs, it almost feels like something is sitting on my chest and I am very tired. Do not go a day without taking it. This is very dangerous and can cause problems if not taken every day!

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Tony Says:

WHAT HAPPEN WHEN TAKEN ONE SIMVASTATIN 20 MG IN THE NIGHTS ALONG WITH CALCIUM 600+ VIT D AT NOONS AND NIGHTS ,PRESERVISION EYE PILL AT NOONS AND NIGHTS,LATANOPROST OPHTHALMIC 0.005% TWO DROPS PER EACH EYES AT NIGHTS,ONE HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE 12.5 MG CP IN THE MORNINGS AND ONE ALENDRONATE SODIUM 70MG TAB PER WEEK. WHAT SIDE AFFECT CAN IT CAN DO TO A 91 YRS OLD WOMAN?

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Lori Stoots Says:

what ingredients are in hydrochlorothiazide??

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Sue Says:
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Does hydrchloride give hot flashes ??? I'm menopausing big time I can't take it

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AJ Says:
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Will I be okay having taken my Hydrochlorothiazide 12.5 mg dose that's usually 24 hrs apart, 18 hrs apart? I took it late yesterday, and from then on stayed on track with it every 24 as prescribed.

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