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If the doctor is prescribing Tolvaptan molecule, then you can buy Hyponat O tablet which also contains the same molecule and is the cheapest drug available with no compromise in quality as it is manufactured by Zydus. It cost about Rs. 29 for a tablet ...
Updated 4 years ago in Tolvaptan.
Thu, Apr 18 '13, 11:57 PM
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My mother sodium are below level, so Dr prescribe to have one tab twice daily. As this is very costly ; can you suggest alternative medicine? ## Hi, Tapati! I'm very sorry to hear about your mother's problem. Do they know what's caused her sodium to drop so low? There are other similar medications available, but I am not sure which ones are on the market in the India. The best suggestion I can make would be to ask her doctor, or a pharmacist/chemist. They should be able to help you find a cheaper option, if there is one there. It does need to be treated, or this condition may result in permanent damage. Learn more Natrise details here. ## To increase the Sodium, you can follow the simple Home remedy [Home-Treatment] Put 10 to 15 drops of Lemon juice and 1 Table spoon of salt... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Tolvaptan.
Sat, Mar 01 '14, 5:27 AM
how natrise work in lukemia patients
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My mother is suffering mild leukemia and she is 86 years, Now doctor has advised her natrise tablets instead of earlier medicine. Please advise me how it effect. ...
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Sun, Aug 30 '15, 9:29 AM
What Is Tolvaptan Prescribed For
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NATRISE TAB CONSIST OF SALT TOLVAPTAN ,is given to my father aged 78 yrs, for sodium difficiency , Is there any side effect of the same and how long he has to take this medicine , being too costly. Also pl suggest alternate medicine for curing sodium defficiency. ## Learn more Tolvaptan details here. How long he will have to take it depends on how fast he responds. Do they know what caused the hyponatremia? Does he suffer from CHF? As to alternative medications, I really don't know what's available there. Have you tried asking the pharmacist/chemist? They should be able to help. The side effects may include: nausea, problems with muscle control, mood changes and dizziness. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Tolvaptan.
Thu, Jan 17 '13, 6:39 PM

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