Potassium-sparing diuretic

What is Potassium-sparing diuretic?

Potassium-sparing diuretics are relatively weak diuretics and are less likely to cause a reduction in potassium than other diuretics. They may be used for the treatment of hypertension and heart failure.

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My blood pressure is extremely high, no amount of meds they give, doesn't bring it down. I was never sick a day until a year ago, I was diagnosed...

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I do understand the agony you’re going through. Sometimes it is really difficult to control the blood pressure even with...

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Hello. I have been having some lower leg edema that is non pitting. My right leg seems to be more swollen than my left. This has been going on for...

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Dyazide Is a diuretic, medication used to treat hypertension and edema.

It is a combination of...

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Hi I have been on diuretics for 63 days, I have osteo arthritis. I also suffer chronic migraine. My headach has worsened unbearab y but my joints...

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The first thing I would like to know is what for you are on diuretics?
If your doctor wants to remove fluid from body for

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