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Midamor (Amiloride) is a revolutionary treatment that belongs to a group of potassium-sparing diuretics and can warn your organism from excess absorption of salt. Thus, the pharmaceutical prevents the body from a low potassium level that can activate a number of disorders. The medication is commonly prescribed to treat and prevent low potassium levels in the organism (hypokalemia), especially in people with congestive heart failure and uncontrolled blood pressure. To achieve the best possible results, Midamor is frequently combined with other remedies. Consult your doctor for off-label use.
Recommendations for Use
Take Midamor in accordance with the safety concerns and doctor’s instructions. Avoid increasing or decreasing the medicine dose, since it can lead to undesirable consequences. The medication should be administered with food, approximately at the same time each day. Your doctor may advise you to consume certain products to balance your potassium levels. You will probably be recommended to stick to a diet and medical plan.
Precautions and Contraindications
Consult your physician about Midamor course primarily to its beginning. The dose, duration of the treatment course, intake frequency and all the other features adjusted based on your own health condition will be the key component of a successful treatment course. Tell your healthcare provider about all the health problems, disorders and diseases you have, as well as the medications you take to balance them.
Your doctor will provide you with certain recommendations and safety directions, according to your overall health state. Avoid Midamor therapy in case you are allergic to Amiloride, or if you are diagnosed with other conditions, including kidney or liver diseases, increased levels of potassium, urination problems and others. Additionally, diabetes, cirrhosis, breathing issues, heart related complications, etc. also require thorough doctor’s consideration. The active ingredient of the treatment may harm the health of unborn and nursing children; that is why Midamor is contraindicated for breastfeeding and pregnant women.
Right as any other medications, Midamor will interact with certain other pharmaceuticals. Make sure your doctor is aware of all the drugs you take, both prescription and generic. The following medications combined with this hypokalemia remedy may either eliminate the desirable effect or stimulate multiple dangerous complications. That is why avoid taking Midamor together with any nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, angiotensin converting enzyme, high blood pressure treatments, heart pills, Lithium and other drugs.
Generally safe Midamor may cause serious complications and side effects if misused or overused. Thus, make sure you do not take the treatment in larger doses or longer than necessary. The drug can trigger minor reactions of the organism to Amiloride and other ingredients of the treatment. However, these symptoms, including gas, nausea, vomiting, constipation, headache, decreased appetite and others will soon disappear. Call your healthcare specialist if the signs do not fade away, but aggravate instead.
The drug misuse will activate more dangerous and harmful side effects. Tell your doctor or seek emergency medical assistance if severe abnormalities have occurred after Midamor use. Among severe side effects ever reported are jaundice, tremors, lightheadedness, excess sweating, high potassium level, confusion, urination impairments, skin rashes, low sodium levels and others.
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