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Lasix belongs to a class of diuretics, it is prescribed in patients with swelling caused by congestive heart failure.
Active Ingredient: Furosemide
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    Also known as furosemide, Lasix is a water pill that prevents the body from absorbing too much salt; the extra is passed through the urine out of the body. It is used to treat edema, a condition where the body retains too much fluid common in people with congestive heart failure, kidney disease or liver disease. It also treats high blood pressure.

    Lasix Australia should be taken as per the doctor’s prescription.
    Do not increase or reduce the dosage and the duration of use unless the doctor advices otherwise.
    Use a special measuring spoon or cup to take the dosage. If you do not have one ask your pharmacist for one.
    The liquid medicine should be used within 60 to 90 days after opening the bottle.
    Throw away the remaining medicine after this time has passed.
    If you miss a dose, take the missed dose as soon as you remember but if it is near the next schedule just take the next; do not take both at the same time.

    Store it in a moist free area away from light and heat and at room temperature.
    Keep it out of reach of children and pets.

    Common side effects includes numbness, weight loss, body aches, itching, dark urine, jaundice, loss of appetite, clay colored stool and ringing of ears that may result in hearing loss. Others are severe upper stomach pain, reduced or no urination, swelling, nausea and vomiting, rapid weight gain, unusual bleeding, rapid heart rate, pale skin, feeling lightheaded, trouble concentrating.
    Some people may experience dizziness, headache, shallow breath, diarrhea, itching, constipation and stomach pain. In the case of allergic reaction to the ingredients of Lasix, the patient may experience trouble breathing, skin rash, swelling of lips, mouth, face or throat, irregular heartbeat, muscle pain and burning in the eyes.
    The patient may have low calcium in the blood that causes muscle tightness or overactive reflexes and tingling feeling around the mouth.
    Low potassium is also a symptom resulting in leg discomfort, uneven hear rate, muscle weakness and confusion.

    Lasix should not be used if one is unable to urinate.
    Tell your doctor if you have urination problem, kidney disease, liver problems, enlarged prostate, high cholesterol, electrolyte imbalance, lupus, gout or diabetes.
    Also let the doctor know if you have any allergy towards the ingredients of the drug Lasix or sulfa drugs.
    If you recently had magnetic resonance imaging or any scan where a radioactive dye was injected into your veins don’t use Lasix Australia.
    If you are pregnant do not use this drug as it may affect fetal development resulting in birth defects. If you become pregnant while using this drug tell your doctor for advice.
    It may slow breast milk production so is not recommended for lactating mothers. Discuss this with your doctor before continuing.
    Increase potassium supplements and diet to get enough salt into your system to control dehydration during this medication.
    Take a lot of water during this medication since dehydration is very common.


    High doses of Lasix Australia may result in irreversible hearing loss.