Lupiclor 12.5 mg
Lupiclor 6.25 mg
Doctor may often prescribe Lupiclor to patients who have high blood pressure (also known as hypertension) or who suffer from edema.
Lupiclor should be taken once a day with food to treat symptoms. For those with edema, Lupiclor should be taken preferably in the mornings. For those with hypertension, a smaller dose may be recommended.
Typically, the most common side effects of taking Lupiclor include cramping, muscle spasms, dizziness, constipation, weakness, restlessness, and some sexual dysfunction, such as decreased interest in sex or sexual activities.
Other possible side effects include stomach pain and indigestion, chest pain, blurred vision and irritated eyes, redness, weight loss, sore throat, and vomiting. If you experience chest pain, unusual weight loss, vomiting of blood, or unusual confusion contact your medical health care practitioner immediately. Lupiclor may also involve further side effects, so speak to your doctor if you are experiencing any other unusual side effects or if you have any other concerns about your prescription.
Lupiclor works to reduce excess water in the body by increasing the production of urine. Furthermore, Lupiclor helps remove extra sodium and potassium, which are key ingredients in hypertension. Lupiclor also helps lower blood pressure by lowering the amount of blood the heart pumps out into the body, which reduces the stress on the body's arteries. Because of this, Lupiclor can help you reduce your blood pressure and also help to alleviate the symptoms of edema.
Lupiclor is usually prescribed by doctors to those who suffer from hypertension and edema. Edema is typically described as swelling in the body that is the result of excess fluid. Hypertension, sometimes referred to as high blood pressure, is when there is consistently more pressure inside of the heart's arteries than usual. Both of these conditions pose a risk to the heart and cardiovascular system. Thus, your doctor may prescribe Lupiclor in order to treat your high blood pressure (hypertension) or edema, as it helps to lower stress on the heart by reducing excess fluids in the body.
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