No Prescription Lasix
Lasix (furosemide) is a prescription loop diuretic that prevents your body from absorbing too much salt therefore allowing successfully treating fluid retention in patients with congestive heart failure, liver disease or a kidney disorder. In some cases Lasix is supposed to be taken once a day, but your health care provider may suggest taking this medicine in a slightly different way. Make sure you observe the recommendations given. People taking Lasix for the treatment of high blood pressure will probably need to carry on with the treatment for the rest of their life. It's therefore very important that you do not stop taking this medicine without previously talking to your health care provider. High blood pressure may go unnoticed, so you will need to take Lasix even if you think your symptoms have improved significantly. Such health conditions as diabetes, gout, lupus, kidney or liver disease should be reported to your doctor before you ask him for a prescription. Your health care provider also needs to know if you have an allergy to any sulfa drugs, or any other medicines. If you did have an allergy to any drugs that belong to this group you may not be able to safely take Lasix and your treatment will be reconsidered. Make sure you tell your health care provider if you have been recently using any of the following medications: streptomycin, digoxin, amikacin, salicylates, steroids, other blood pressure medications, diet pills or cold medicine, ethacrynic acid, indomethacin, lithium.