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Hydrochlorothiazide, abbreviated HCTZ, HCT, or HZT, is a first-line diuretic drug of the thiazide class that acts by...Read on Wikipedia
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Hydrochlorothiazide for High Blood Pressure
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UTI and lisinopryl 20 mg 2 tabs a day and hydrochlorothiazide 50 mg half once a day
I was put on hydrochlorothiazide 50 mg half pill a day and Lisinipryl 20 mg 2 tab a day back in July of 2013. Soon after I started getting Utl's almost every month or two. I never made a connection between the two until recently. Could these two meds be causing me this infection? Usually they find bacteria in the urine. Before starting these two meds I hadn't had a uti in 18 years. What are your thoughts?
hydrochlorothiazide known to cause cancer? I have high BP...
" Is hydrochlorothiazide known to cause cancer? I have high BP ...aware that hydrochlorthiazide causes... "
the high blood pressure very well. I have developed...
" HCTZ controlled the high blood pressure very well. I have developed the HIVES. They are horrible and... "
female, I'm on hydrochlorot 12.5mg for hypertension....
" ...old african american female, I'm on hydrochlorot 12.5mg for hypertension. Can you get muscle spasms from using hydroclorot. I get... "
anyone successfully weened off HCTz after such a long use?...
" ...told me to discontinue the HCTz because it is hard on ...days in to stopping my edema is really bad (especially ...my face) and I feel awful. Has... "
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