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Active Ingredient: Torsemide
Utilization: Used for treatment of edema (swelling) associated with heart, kidney, or liver failure, or conditions when there is excess of body water
Available Dosages: 10mg and 20mg
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Torsemide is a white round tablet that can have a different dosage of the main active substance. You can find a package with 5, 10, 20 and 100 mg. This pill may also be in liquid form for injection.
This drug is considered a diuretic, that is, it is created to reduce swelling, to reduce the risk of heart failure or for patients who have liver or kidney disease. Torsemide is also taken by people who have high blood pressure and excess fluid in the body that leads to problems with the kidneys, liver, and heart. The dosage of this medicament depends on the type of degree of disease, so you need to consult a doctor before starting the course of this drug.
Torsemide can give many side effects if you do not take this drug correctly. Among the side effects can be identified:
- Decreased libido.
- Frequent urination.
- Increased irritability.
- Nasal congestion.
There are also more serious side effects, among which there may be problems with arrhythmia, hypokalemia, liver disease, and more. Therefore, it is very important not to get an overdose of this medicine, and also carefully observe the regimen of the entire treatment. Your doctor should know your diagnosis and possible side effects. Do not change the dosage of drugs and do not stop the full course. Check the expiration date of the medicine when you buy it. Torsemide contains certain substances in the composition. The pill has a serious and moderate interaction.
The serious ones include:
- neomycin PO,
Torsemide has a moderate effect with almost 150 other drugs. There are also almost 75 drugs where the effect will be negligible. Talk to your doctor if you are taking another medicine. Also, the doctor may prescribe you a full course of therapy, where you will need to take not only Torsemide but also another drug. This medicine also has several contraindications - if you also have these symptoms or diagnoses, tell your doctor about it.
Medically reviewed by Dr. Josette Davignon
Last updated: 22.06.2022