Torsemide Tablets Manufacturer –
Torsemide Tablets are helpful in such conditions when extra fluid is produced or stored in the body due to heart failure, liver disease, and kidney disease. This medicine also helps to control short breathings, swelling in arms, legs, and abdomen, and high blood pressure as well. if your blood pressure is in control that reduces the risk of heart attack, stroke, and kidney problems as well.
Swallow this medicine without chewing or crushing, with water. You can consume this medicine before or after a meal. However, follow a fixed schedule to intake this medicine on daily basis. This medicine can increase urination tendency. Therefore, it is good to intake this medicine before 4 hours of bedtime.
- Before beginning the course of medication, your first step should be consulting a doctor.
- Your doctor should be known about your medical history and health status.
- If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you need specific consultancy from the doctor because this medicine might result in some consequences while pregnancy or breastfeeding.
- Follow the prescription religiously. Do not continue or discontinue the course of medication without a doctor’s consultation. Avoid deficient or overdose of the medicine.
- Follow a healthy diet plan and physical exercises for additional health benefits.
- Do not consume alcohol or Tabaco while the course of medication.
Side effects –
- Allergic reactions like skin rash, itching, hives, swelling
- Bloody urine or stool
- Dry mouth or dehydration
- Hearing deficiency or buzzing ears
- Un-usual heartbeat
- Body-ache, Muscle pain, weakness, or cramps
- Painful or difficult urination
- Unusually weak or tired
- Vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, or stomach pain
The dosage amount of the medicine cannot be similar for every user. A user should consult health care professionals to know the proper dosage as per medical history and body health conditions.
Visit your doctor regularly for health checkups. Your doctor might change the dosage amount as per your body’s reactions to the medicine.