Lasix

Last Update February 4, 2016
Other brands: Furosemide
Furosemide (International Nonproprietary Name) or frusemide (former British Approved Name) is a loop diuretic used in the treatm...
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Lasix for Water Retention

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y hair loss, but Lasix works better for the water retention....
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" Yes Lu, I currently take Lasix 40 mg. Prior to that I took aldactone,which helped with my hair loss, but Lasix... "
Andrea
October 14, 2014
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worse. I take lasix for water retention. That helps alot....
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" ...just want to be safe. I'm trying to improve my body not make it worse. I take lasix for water retention. That helps alot. I heard cod liver oil helps out the liver while taking orals, so I was... "

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I was taking Furosemide/Lasix for water retention, and they...
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" ...was that I was taking Furosemide/Lasix for water retention, and they were really battering me, and my kidneys were actually hurting. Someone suggested Potassium as ...even better than the... "

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so gave me Lasix for the water retention. It is worth all...
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" I am not Diabetic and I had to have Insulin while on ...doesn't hurt. They also gave me Lasix for the water retention. It is worth all this to get the treatment. It has done wonders for me! I am... "

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they gave me lasix for the water retention, which worked...
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" ...hospital too, but they gave me lasix for the water retention, which... "

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water retention drug and that helped the edema greatly....
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" My mother was on Lasix (Furosemide) for years to control her edema due to CHF. All was fine, and then - wham - her legs started swelling up and wouldn't stop. I adjusted the Lasix dose (can't give... "

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a day. Lasix definitely helps with reducing water retention...
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" I have been taking lasix for a while. They reduced it to every other day. And my postassium levels really got low,... "

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I am on Lasix 40mg for the water retention, but I still...
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" ...Dash for flavor. I am on Lasix 40mg for the water retention, but I still swell. So... "

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the lasix. Even before my heart condition I retained water
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" ...day so my doc put me on lasix. Of course, it helps with the fluid build up in my heart so that may be why he prescribed the lasix. Even... "

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presribed Lasix for water retention. What type of RX is...
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" ...your replies. Barbie- you had mentioned that they presribed Lasix for water retention. What type of RX is that and did it help? I too drink at least 8 glasses of... "

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Lasix
40,921 discussions
Taken for: Swelling, Chronic Heart Failure, Edema, Water Retention, High Blood Pressure, Fluid Retention, Heart Failure, Kidney Failure
Other names: Furosemide, Lo Aqua
Method of use: Injection, Pill
Prescribing mode: Rx
2.7
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Furosemide
8,578 discussions
Taken for: Chronic Heart Failure, High Blood Pressure, Edema, Swelling, Water Retention
Other names: Lasix, Lo Aqua
Method of use: Injection, Pill
Prescribing mode: Rx
2.6
Satisfaction
1.9
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Spironolactone
71,123 discussions
Taken for: Acne*, Hair Loss*, PCOS*, High Blood Pressure, Cystic Acne*
Other names: Aldactone, Spirono, Spironolactone Plus, Spironol
Method of use: Pill
Prescribing mode: Rx
*Off Label
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18,574 discussions
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Method of use: Pill
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Frusemide
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