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Is Aspirin contraindicated with Lasix?

(Ramipril + Hydrochlorothiazide), Lasix, and Aspirin. I have been trying to find out without much success ... is contraindicated with Lasix; is that true? Please help. ...
 

Is it safe to take lasix with Gleevec?

Is it safe to take lasix with Gleevec? I have AML in remission but continue with my Gleevec ... with the fluid retention being caused by the Gleevec. It is in fact doing nothing. Is Lasix better? I have ...
 

Is Lasix stronger than Bumex?

My dad s nursing home is not able to get Bumex anymore & they are changing him to Lasix. He has kidney failure & is on dialysis. I realize both are diuretics. Is Lasix stronger than Bumex? I am ...
 

How effective is lasix for cough?

my 9yr. old shih Tzu has a heart murmur. she was coughing a lot, and dr. put her on Lasix, she also ... for cardiac problems. the last few days I haven t given her Lasix, because she s not coughing at all. she acts ...
 

Suggest an alternative to Lasix

been taking cartia xt for over 20 yrs. went to doctor with swollen puffy feet, she said its the cartia xt so instead of replacing the drug she gave me lasix. is there any generic pill I could take ...
 

Is taking lasix safe for chest pain?

my father in law gt admitted in hospital this sunday with complain of chest pain . he is a heart patient. dr confirmed it was not a stroke, but fluid collection. He was on a medicine call lasix.he was nt ...
 

What is the difference between Lasix and Dytor tablet?

the surgeon is suggesting Lasix tab - and Physician (cardiology) is suggesting DYTOR tab. can you pl advise which is better and What is the difference between LASIX AND DYTOR TABLETS ...
 

Will amlodipine, lasix and dextrose be given for hypertension?

hi one of my friends is hypertensive. despite her regular medicines her bp remained 140/100. when she went to a day care center, they administered dextrose and inj lasix 20mg. in addition ...
 

What are the side effects of taking Lasix ?

i feel like i keep getting bigger and bigger i reatain lots of water i used to take lasix not no more but it seems only my lower body keeps getting bigger and espeacially my legs and i got all ...
 

Is syrup potklor necessary with lasix treatment?

i have been suffering from congestive heart failure and on tablet lasix. recentely my doc added syrup potklor a liquid containing potassium. is it nessary to take this syrup? ...
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Having celiac. Took lasix for BP. Diagnosed with lung cancer. Getting rashes due to celiac. Treatment?

medications over this amount of time and the last pill was Lasix to control my BP. BP usually runs low now so 5 days ago I abruptly stopped my Lasix. My mother was just diagnosed with lung cancer and I am ...
 

Does Lasix detox the body?

Does Lasix detoxify the body ? I have CKD was stage 4 now stage 3...Belong to a gym 1 to 3 time a week or when possible. I take a lot of meds as told to by my nephrologist ? I also see a cardiologist ...
 

Does Lasix interact with Coreg?

I am taking Lasix and coreg. how much zinc do I need a day? ...
 

Is Lasix advisable for an elderly person?

Can an elderly patient ( 100 yrs old ) without much evidence of CHF but with a BNP of 472 start Lasix by taking 5 mgs for a few days( instead of 10 mgs) , to see how she tolerates it before taking ...
 

Is Lasix safer than Dytor Plus?

Hello doctor which tablet is more harmful lasic 40mg or dytorplus 20 mg for body
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I have phimosis, but i dont want to be circumsized, are there any other methods? I've been stretching but little to nothing has happened
Hi, take tab lasix 1 tab daily in morning for five days, inflammation and fluid retention will subside then try stretching. Thanks
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