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Chlorthalidone 25mg and bruising
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I have been taking Chlorthalidone 25mg since June 2012. Prior to starting this medicine I noticed that I bruise very easily. I constantly have numerous bruises, ranging in size from large (baseball size) to very small on my arms, legs and chest. On average there are 10 bruises at any given time. Has anyone had bruising as a side effect from Chlorthalidone? My family is concerned that it's not the medicine (since this started prior to the medicine) and is something more serious. Am making a Dr. appointment tomorrow but would love to know if anyone else has experienced this. ## If it started prior to your taking the Chlorthalidone, then it can't be just due to a side effect of the medication. However, there is a chance that the medication may be worsening whatever issue is causing... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Chlorthalidone.
Mon, Oct 22 '12, 11:24 AM
Doctor says to stop Chlorthalidone 25mg
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I am taking multiple medicines for my hypertension. 10mg lisinopril, 50 mg Metroprolol XR and Chlorthalidone 25 mg. In the afternoons, I get very dizzy, have mild chest pain and I have spaced the doses out to determine that it is the Chlorthalidone that is the cause. My cholesterol has also shot up after taking Metroprolol & Chlorthalidone for 4 months. My doctor says it is fine to just stop the Chlorthalidone but I am worried about rebounding edema. I am a 54 year old female. I'm thinking maybe it would be better to wean by skipping one day, then 2 days, then 3 days until I see how I react since this medicine remains in your system so long. Help! I had the sensations in my heart "getting" on this medicine but my doctor told me it was normal. ## Hello, Anita! How are you... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Chlorthalidone.
Mon, Jun 26 '17, 10:23 AM
Chlorthalidone made me ill
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I started on this bp med 25mg. for the first time and on the 3rd day started to feel a little ill. Called doc, said whatever you do, don't stop taking. Took 1/2 tablet that night and on 4th day I felt HORRIBLE, like I'd been poisoned. Headache, nausea and dizzyness. Could barely get up. That was the last time I took it, and was sick for an entire 2 weeks, the half life is long. My last 3 days of being sick, I felt better but could not sleep for 3 days in a row. The whole thing was a heavy duty ordeal, and am now making a huge effort to do all the other lifestyle changes and alternative therapies as I will never want to go through what I did with chlorthalidone. It was really bad I told my doc, and not tolerable. Doc wanted to put me on lisiniprol, but I said no way am I trying s... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Chlorthalidone.
Mon, May 22 '17, 8:31 PM
Chlorthalid 25mg Tab
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Does this drug have potassium in it ## No, Chlorthalidone is the active ingredient, it is a diuretic that's most commonly used to treat high blood pressure. It can actually cause a deficiency in potassium, because it increases the excretion of it from the body. Learn more: Are there any other questions or comments? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Chlorthalidone.
Sun, Feb 26 '12, 3:48 PM
Atenol Chlor100 25mg
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Could this medicine cause diarrhea? ## Yes, Atenolol with Chlorthalidone may cause diarrhea, as a side effect, especially when you are new to taking it. However, you should check with your doctor to be certain, because there are also other medical problems that can cause diarrhea. Atenolol Chlorthalidone Are there any other questions or comments? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Atenolol.
Mon, Jun 11 '12, 1:48 PM
Atenol/chlor Tabs 100-25mg
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white pill m64 on top that I take for blood pressure. ## The pill in description is a combination of two drugs prescribed for hypertension - Atenolol (100 mg) + Chlorthalidone (25 mg). You can view a description of the drug by clicking on the link below... If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back so I can further assist you. ## When is the best time of day to take this medicine? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Atenolol.
Thu, Dec 01 '11, 1:36 PM
chlortahlid 25mg tab myla
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prescribed for possible high blood pressure, small round, yellow has M35 stamped on it... prescribed to boyfriend... he seems to be getting dizzy since starting this medication, is this normal, he has been waiting on response from Dr. Any help appreciated ## Chlorthalidone is a diuretic, meant to reduce the amount of water and thus, sodium, in the body, which can help lower blood pressure. Dizziness is a common side effect of these types of medications, if it is troublesome, please have him speak to his doctor. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Chlorthalidone.
Thu, Jul 31 '08, 12:47 PM
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I am taking 25mg of chlorthalidone daily to prevent calcium loss. One of the side effects is that it depletes potassium. For that reason, I take prescription potassium. The mcg's keep increasing because blood tests every 3 months or so show low levels of potassium. My potassium intake has now been increased to 50mcg per day (it started at 20). Has anyone experienced this? I am now going for a cardia stress test due to abnormal EKG. ## pot chlor er tabs ! have been getting a lot of muscle pain, legs mostly, any one else ? any sujestions / ## This medication is a diuretic, as such, it can sometimes result in a loss of Potassium in the body. A deficit in Potassium can cause leg and/or muscle cramps. If it continues to be a problem, I would suggest speaking to your doctor, you may need ... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Chlorthalidone.
Sat, May 12 '12, 6:32 AM
pliva 363
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orange round ## I believe this is generic chlorthalidone 25mg or name brand Hygroton. It is a diuretic used to control high blood pressure. I think the number on this are from an old stock of pills so it was hard to find. Watch out for loss of appetite, diarrhea or constipation, serious headache...these could be reactions to the medication. ...
Updated 11 years ago in Chlorthalidone.
Sun, Jun 11 '06, 8:34 AM
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round white pill ## This is Atenolol 50mg and chlorthalidone 25mg, or brand name Tenoric. It is a blood pressure medication used to lower blood pressure, and has a water pill in it as well. Side effects include dizziness, fainting, sweating, marked drowsiness, among others. ## Doubt anyone will get this. took water pill called chlororthalid and felt dizzy, light headed and faint . all i could was sleep. enjoyed the rest cause of sleeping disorder. yet side effects to much to handle. 4 days on it 69 hours of feelings stated above ## Yes, this tablet is now manufactured by Watson Pharmaceuticals, it is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, dehydration, and hypotension.... ...
Updated 3 days ago in Atenolol.
Sat, Jan 20 '18, 9:13 PM
These are the medications I take daily.
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Lisinopril 20mg; Chlorthalidone 25mg; Amlodipine Besylate 10; Diltiazem Er (cd) 180mg; Fluoxetine 20mg; Cardizem Cd 180mg; Hydrochlorot 25mg Tab Are some of these drugs really duplicates of others? I had been checked by a heart doctor and he says my heart is good, but because I have HBP my doctor has given me all these to take. ## That is a lot of medications to take, but if your blood pressure was dangerously high, they all might be necessary for awhile. Doses can always be lowered later, once it's under control, or medications stopped as they become unnecessary. I was taking a lot, too, at one point in time, and slowly as my blood pressure was gotten under control, I was able to eliminate most of them, so I am now only taking 2 regular daily medications, with a backup prescription... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Lisinopril.
Mon, Nov 28 '16, 4:16 PM
ctd6 25 uses
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I was advised to take ctd6 25mg daily each morning. Why? ## Hello, Ramesh! How are you? Chlorthalidone is a diuretic that removes excess fluid from the body, it's used to treat conditions such as high blood pressure, congestive heart failure or edema. Learn more Chlorthalidone details here. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and dehydration. Did you ask your doctor what your condition is? ## Maximum duration advised for taking ctd 6.25 medicine ## Within 3 days after starting this tablet, I started feeling giddy, exhausted and run down, and sleepy. I have high BP for which I am taking other tablets, but I have stopped taking this one. ## can azilsartan bisoprolol and chlorthalidone can be taken together ...
Updated 2 months ago in Chlorthalidone.
Tue, Oct 31 '17, 12:59 AM
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round white pill says mp153 ## This is Atenolol 50mgs and Chlorthalidone 25mgs, a generic for Tenoretic. This is a combination tablet which uses two drugs to help lower your blood pressure. ...
Updated 10 years ago in Atenolol.
Sat, Mar 10 '07, 11:59 AM
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small round white pill with imprint M35 ## This tablet contains 25mgs of Chlorthalidone, sold under the brand name Hygroton, this is a diuretic used to reduce fluid retention and lower blood pressure. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and dehydration. You can read more here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ...
Updated 8 years ago in Chlorthalidone.
Mon, Oct 19 '09, 8:39 PM
m35 yellow
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small, yellow, round ## m35 small yellow round pill ## Mylan states that this tablet contains 25mgs of Chlorthalidone, which is most commonly used to help reduce the amount of fluid in the body to treat conditions, such as congestive heart failure, high blood pressure, and edema. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. Is there anything I can help with? ...
Updated 27 days ago in Chlorthalidone.
Wed, Dec 27 '17, 11:03 PM
pan 5782
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little white pill ## Are you sure it doesn't say Dan 5782? If so, then you have Atenolol 50mg and Chlorthalidone 25mg, generic for Tenoretic. Tenoretic is a beta-blocker blood pressure medication with a water pill in it to bring high blood pressure down. Side effects include dizziness, blurred vision, drowsiness, among other side effects. ...
Updated 11 years ago in Atenolol.
Mon, Jul 03 '06, 9:52 AM
DAN 5782 Tenoretic
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small white scored tablet ## Yes, this is a generic for Tenoretic, it contains Atenolol 50mgs and Chlorthalidone 25mgs, this is a combo of a beta-blocker and a diuretic, these are used to lower blood pressure. ...
Updated 11 years ago in Tenoretic.
Sun, Feb 19 '06, 10:22 AM
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tablet ## Need information on this drug. ## Are you referring to Chlorthalidone? I cannot provide information for you without knowing the full name of the drug in question. ## i need to know the side effects to this grug i starting last month [Chlorthalid 25MG ]i have high blood pressure i use to take Divon 80 MG but i was laiyed off so now i don't have ins..i allso take [Levoyhyroxin 0.15MG ]because i have a thyroid problem.Thanks for your time ## I Ran out of Amlodipine-Benazepril 5-20 mg, but found some bottles of Chlorthalid 25 mg tab mylan, Can I substitute?? both are for HBP, Thanks, ## I would like all of the side effects of chlorthalid ## is Chlorthalid the same drug as Chlorthalidone? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Chlorthalidone.
Thu, Oct 20 '11, 4:45 PM
what is this round white pill
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it is severed down the middle with the letters DAN one one half and the numbers 5782 on the other half ## atenolol chlorthalidone. blood pressure med... ## This tablet contains 50mgs of Atenolol and 25mgs Chlorthalidone, commonly sold under the brand name Tenoretic. This is a combination drug used to help lower blood pressure. Some of the most common side effects may include: nausea, dry mouth, dizziness and headache. You can read more about this medication here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ...
Updated 8 years ago in Atenolol.
Sun, Jul 12 '09, 7:12 PM
chlorthalid and kidney stones
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I had calcium kidney stones. My doctor prescribed Chorthalid tab 25mg. to prevent me from forming more stones. I have seen no reference to taking it for this purpose. I also have low BP. Is it advisable for me to take it? ## Hello, Helen! How are you? I'm sorry about the kidney stones, they are very painful. And yes, according to the NIH, Chlorthalidone is used to help prevent calcium stones. As listed by the FDA, its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination and dehydration/ How low is your normal blood pressure? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Chlorthalidone.
Thu, May 28 '15, 2:38 PM

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