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25 mg ## Hydrochlorothiazide is a diuretic that's used to help remove excess fluid from the body to treat conditions such as high blood pressure, edema and congestive heart failure. Learn more Hydrochlorothiazide details here. Its side effects may include nausea, headache, dizziness and dehydration. Are there any comments or questions? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Diuretic.
Fri, Apr 05 '13, 10:17 AM
hydroclorot tablet
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blood pressure tablet ## ...
Updated 9 years ago in Blood Pressure.
Mon, Jun 02 '08, 12:29 PM
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Is this the same as hydroclorotiazida ...
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Tue, Jul 08 '08, 5:49 PM
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more than 4yrs i take candesartan 16.5 hydroclorotiazida 12.5 ...
Updated 8 years ago in Hydrochlorothiazide, HCTZ + Triamterene.
Sat, Sep 12 '09, 1:01 AM
Hidroclorotiazida 25 Mg
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are there any reactions between hydroclorotiazida and olmesatan ## Combining the two medications increases the risk of hypotension, which is the desired effect in some cases, when someone has resistant high blood pressure. That's why these types of medications are often used together in one tablet or capsule. Has your doctor directed you to take them? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Blood Pressure.
Thu, Mar 29 '12, 9:23 PM
Lupin Lisinopril 20 mg Pill Size Change Is A Problem
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I've been taking lisinopril 20 mg twice daily for several years, filling it through Walmart Mail-Order whose supplier is Lupin Pharmaceuticals. The pills have always been pink and the same size until my most recent refill, when the size is now half of what it was previously, about the same as the hydroclorothiazide (HCTZ) 25 mg pill I take as well. Although the latter is pale peach in color while the former is pink, both pills are round in shape and the similarity between the two is quite problematic, especially for seniors like myself or anyone with poor vision, particularly when trying to distinguish between them in low light. Apparently pharmaceutical companies are legally allowed to change a pill size without FDC permission and with no requirement to advise customers of the chan... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Lisinopril.
Thu, Sep 07 '17, 5:24 AM
After turbinate reduction surgery, blood oxygen level drop
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I had a nasal turbinate reduction surgery two weeks ago. After that, I developed shortness of breath and found blood oxygen level fluctuating between 81-98 per oximeter. Whenever it hit below 90, I wake up from the sleep at night. I have been taking blood pressure medicine Benecar 20mg/ Amlodipine 5mg/ Hydroclorot 12.5mg for years. I also took Cephalexin 500mg two times a day for 8 days after the surgery. Any clue on why this is happening ? ## Have you ever had a sleep study done? You might be experiencing sleep apnea. According to NIH reports, it can cause these types of symptoms. Is there some reason you are checking your blood oxygen level regularly? If so, your doctor might suspect such an issue, since this is not a normal thing usually done. Do you have high blood pressure, or a ca... ...
Updated 23 days ago in Amlodipine.
Thu, Sep 28 '17, 10:26 PM
what if i take a double dose of lisinopril 20 mg
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I take 20 mg of lisinopril every morning. I went to take my night medicine and accidentally took my blood pressure again. Should I be worried. ## Hello, Wanda! How are you? What are your normal blood pressure numbers? You can safely take up to 40mgs a day, but your blood pressure may go lower than normal, which could cause you to experience nausea, dizziness, headache and hypotension, as reported by the FDA. Did you check in with your doctor? ## Hi can I take the hydroclorothiazide and privinil together in the morning or it's best to take privinil in the evening I have been taking it two days now ## I'm not sure if I took my 20mg of lisinooril today. Can I take a fuse just in casr ...
Updated 5 months ago in Lisinopril.
Tue, Apr 25 '17, 8:31 AM
is there any difference between taking zestril or prinivil?
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I take lisinopril and wanted to know if there is any difference between taking either the zestril or prinivil? I am talking about differences besides the actual way the pill looks, relating more to how you feel on either of them or side effect related..... ## I am curious too. I have taken lisinopril for years and never known it to have another name on my bottle. My bp was awesome. Now all the sudden it says generic for prinovil and It doesn't seem to work at all. I think the zesteril has the hydroclorothyazide added and its a small diueretic and makes you pee more. I took the HCTZ alone before and it made me feel like I always had a uti. burning sensation. IDK to tell my doctor to up dosage or what since it doesn't seem like its working. ## What does lisinopril help me in my he... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Lisinopril.
Wed, Sep 20 '17, 9:57 PM

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