What Is This Drug Used For (Thread 188013)

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CRISTY Says:


MY DOCTOR GAVE ME THIS DRUG AND I DON'T UNDERSTAND WHAT IT IS FOR AND THE SIDEEFFECTS PLEASE DESCRIBE THEM AND TELL ME WHAT THEY R FOR



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Crystal Says:

Hydralazine and Hydrochlorothiazide are used to treat high blood pressure. Common side effects are light-headedness, diarrhea, dizziness, drowsiness, headache, appetite loss, and vomiting.

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Betty Says:

My brothers Heart Dr. put him on this medication, when he takes it he has a lot of swelling & weight gain daily, Is there anything else he can take?

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riya Says:
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If i had taken double dose of moxiforce 625 at the same time bymistk.aftr a week i gain the weight this is side effect of double dose or not

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Raja Says:
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My question is is it for cholesterol because it is being given in place of ecospirin


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