Aldactone And Hepatitis

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ran a test recently and comfirm to be having hepatitis.try lamuvidine and later stop after a month cos was better.later started having some pains in my Tommy.and was advise to try aldactone.i need to be sound for my family want to knw which drug is best effective.thanks



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didi Says:

wants know if aldactone and essential forth can best treat my hepatitis

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Verwon Says:

Aldactone is not used to treat hepatitis, it is a potassium sparing diuretic, according to NIH reports, and is most commonly used to treat severe acne, high blood pressure, certain cardiac conditions, and fluid retention. Its typical side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, increased urination, hypotension, and headache. (NDC for more details 0025-1031) Additionally, it has been known to induce hepatitis in some people that take it.

What medication has your doctor told you to take? It would be best for you to follow their instructions and take what they prescribe in order to obtain the best outcome for you.

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Ali Hassan Ahmed Says:
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I have hepatitis B since 1991 Iam using Viried 300 mg in somalia is not available I would like to know,is there father tablet for use hepatatis B

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