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Acetazolamide is a diuretic, which helps the body remove excess fluids by telling it to produce more urine. Acetazolamide is also a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor, which generally means that it helps the body remove carbonic acid from the blood. In glaucoma, damage to the optic nerve occurs due to pressure from fluid build up in the eye. Thus, Acetazolamide works by helping to remove that excess fluid build up and relieve the pressure. Acetazolamide is also used to treat a number of different disorders, including epilepsy, edema, altitude sickness, and sleep apnea. In altitude sickness, Acetazolamide can help relieve headaches, tiredness, nausea, dizziness, and the shortness of breath that can result from going to a high altitude too fast. If you have received a prescription, you can buy Acetazolamide online from Canada at YouDrugstore. Order today and find relief.
For open-angle glaucoma it is regularly recommended you take Acetazolamide 1 to 4 times daily. For closed-angle glaucoma it is recommended to take Acetazolamide every 2 to 4 hours daily, but do not take more than 1 g a day. To help prevent epileptic seizures, the recommended dose is much less, around 8 to 30 mg a day. In the case of edema, a single 250 mg Acetazolamide tablet a day is normal, but you should skip every second or third day in order to prevent kidney issues. For altitude sickness (mountain sickness) it is normal to take a tablet every 6 to 12 hours until symptoms resolve.
As mentioned above, there are a number of uses for Acetazolamide 250 mg. Your doctor may have prescribed Acetazolamide for you if you have glaucoma, suffer from epileptic seizures, are prone to altitude sickness, or suffer from edema. Acetazolamide has not been confirmed as safe or effective for infants, so they should not take this medication unless specifically directed by a doctor or health care professional. Do not take Acetazolamide if you have trouble with your kidneys. Do not take Acetazolamide if you are allergic to any of its ingredients. Furthermore, do not take Acetazolamide if you have low levels of potassium or sodium, or if you have high levels of chloride in your blood. Finally, Acetazolamide should be avoided if you have issues with electrolytes. If you are uncertain, or if you have any questions or concerns, speak to your doctor before taking Acetazolamide 250 mg.
Side effects do not happen very often with Acetazolamide, but typical effects that do present themselves can include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, polyuria (severe frequent urination), confusion, hearing issues including tinnitus, cramps, fatigue and drowsiness, depression, metallic or otherwise altered taste, anorexia, decreased libido, and paresthesias (the feeling of tingling or tickling in the skin). Long term effects include damage to the kidneys and liver. Speak to your doctor if you have any questions or concerns.