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CytotecClonidine, Chlorthalidone

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Clonidine together with chlorthalidone manages fluid retention in patients who suffer from cirrhosis of the liver, congestive heart failure, kidney disorders, or edema resulted from using an estrogen or steroids. The drug may be recommended for treating hypertension. For other conditions clonidine and chlorthalidone are taken provided that the doctor recommends them.

Chlorthalidone is in group of thiazide diuretics. It does not allow the body to absorb too much salt, thus preventing from the retention of fluid.

Clonidine lowers the levels of some chemicals found in the blood and in such a way reduces blood pressure. The drug effect makes the blood vessels relaxed and the heart starts beating slower and easier.

People allergic to sulfa drugs and with asthma, liver or kidney disease, allergies, lupus, gout, and diabetes are not to take Clonidine. Those patients who can't urinate should avoid using Clonidine. Do not drink alcohol; it can increase some side effects of the drug. You can't stop using the medication before you talk to the doctor as this may lead to anxiety, nervousness, serious hypertension, and even life-threatening symptoms. It's highly recommended not to get overheated or dehydrated. Stick to the doctor's recommendations about the kind and amount of liquids you are allowed to drink.

If you regularly use medications causing dizziness tell your doctor. They can increase the drug side effects. Caution while driving or doing anything requiring alert as this medicine might impede reactions and thinking.

Do not stop taking clonidine and chlorthalidone even if you state has improved. Hypertension can show no symptoms.

The information provided is a general description of the medical facts concerning the drug. If you need more detailed explanation about the use of the medication and its effects you should refer to the doctor or other specialist in medicine.

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