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Walter: This is a Water Decreasing **** that is not Habit forming. It is for Water Retention. You do need a Prescription for it. Though it doesn't come in Generic.
The dose is once a day in tablet form to be swallowed with liquids and accompanied by food. Usually at Breakfast. If You forget to take a dose. Then when you remember. Take one then and use a Pill dispenser for the rest of the times that Your doctor recommends. Ask your doctor for one that should be covered by your insurances and has the 7 days a week, and 4 times a day, and that you can put your pills into.
The overdose symptoms are as follows. Weakness, Lethargy, dizziness, confusion, nausea, Vomiting, leg muscle cramps, thirst, stupor, deep sleep, weak and rapid pulse, and cardiac arrest. Other rare symptoms are Rash, Hives, Yellow vision, ringing in the ears, hearing loss, sore throat, fever, dry mouth, thirst side or stomach pain, unusual Nausea, vomiting, unusual bleeding, or bruising joint pain, numbness or tingling in hands, and feet. Jaundice.
Before you begin: Consult your Doctor with any more questions. I hope this answers your question. Best of Luck to you,.
Posted on May 07, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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