Spironolactone Dosing

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Alne Says:
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How many do I take and how fast does it generally start working?



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Verwon Says:

You should take the dosing your doctor has prescribed, taking too many may cause you to experience very low blood pressure, heart rate, and increased urination, which could lead to dehydration and other health issues, according to FDA reports.

Usually, it starts working to help remove fluid build up within a few hours of taking, though it may take a few weeks to reach its full level of efficacy in the body.

What condition has it been prescribed to treat?

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Mitza lopez Says:
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What is this medication treating what is it got me?

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