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what is this pill used for white pill 5882 on one side and v on the other side

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Verwon Says:
This tablet contains 100mgs of Spironolactone, it acts as a diuretic and anti-androgen, it is very useful for treating many conditions, such as congestive heart failure, edema, high blood pressure, hair loss and acne.

Common side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, dry skin, stomach pain and dehydration.

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I am very familiar with this one, having been on it for a few months, at various dosages.

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Domdom K Says:
I have been hospitalized for kidney stones several times and bowel blockage today while taking 100 mg/day spironolactone--for acne.

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Tara Says:
My daughter just got put on it for hydronidis I am hoping that this will work...the doxycycline alone is not helping

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