Lasix
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  1. Lasix (furosemide) is a popularly prescribed loop diuretic. It can be used for patients with fluid retention associated with congestive heart failure, kidney disorder or liver disease. It can be also used for high blood pressure. Sucralfate is not supposed to be taken within 2 hours from the moment you took Lasix. Make sure you tell your health care provider if you are taking or intend to take any of the following medications: diet pills, salicylates, ethacrynic acid, steroids, other blood pressure medications, amikacin, lithium, digoxin, streptomycin, netilmicin, indomethacin, and cold medicines. Your doctor needs to know if you have ever been diagnosed with liver disease, gout, diabetes, lupus, kidney disease, or have an allergy to sulfa drugs, as your dose may depend on that. Blurred vision, numbness, dizziness, stomach pain, diarrhea, constipation, burning, pain, and headache are most commonly reported mild side effects of Lasix. They go away on their own in most cases and rarely change in intensity. Lasix should not be taken by pregnant or breastfeeding women before they talk to their health care provider about all the risks for the baby associated with the treatment.