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Dosage : 25mg
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The Function of Edecrin

Edecrin is a water pill or diuretic that supports the function of your kidneys. The medication increases the amount of urine your body produces and helps your body eliminate excess water.

What Condition Do Doctors Prescribe Edecrin For?

Edecrin decreases swelling or edema caused by certain medical conditions such as congestive heart failure, cancer, kidney disease, and liver disease. The medication increases the performance of your kidneys and decreases symptoms such as swelling in your feet, ankles, hands, or belly and breathing issues.

The Recommended Dose of Edecrin

Take Edecrin by mouth one or two times each day with food or as directed by your doctor. Your doctor will look at your medical condition and response to the medication to prescribe a dose. Usually, your doctor will start you off on a low dose before gradually increasing it. Edecrin is available in 25 mg dose, but dosage adjustments are between 25 mg to 50 mg.

To adjust and increase your dose, your doctor will consider your medical condition, response to the medication, and perform lab tests to check your chloride, potassium, and sodium levels. Depending on your medical condition, your doctor may instruct you to take the medicine every other day or only when required.

For instance, your doctor may instruct you take 50 mg one time each day after food on day one, 50 mg two times each day after food, if needed, on day two, and 100 mg in the morning and 50 mg to 100 mg in the afternoon or evening each day after food depending on your response to taking it in the morning.

On rare occasions, the doctor may ask the patient to take a dose of 200 mg two times each day. Doctors prescribe higher doses, which they gradually increase, to patients suffering from severe refractory edema.

FAQs about Edecrin

Find the answers to the most frequently asked questions about Edecrin here:

What is the Best Time to Take Edecrin?

Even though you can take the medication near your bedtime, it will cause you to urinate and disrupt your sleep. For this reason, it is recommended that you take the medication at least four hours before you go to bed.

What If You Miss a Dose of Edecrin?

In the event you forget to take the medication, take it as soon as you remember. If you remember it close to your next dose, do not take the missed dose, but return to your normal dosing schedule. You should never take two tablets at one time to make up for the missed dose. To help you remember to take the medication on time, take it at the same time every day.

How Should You Store Edecrin?

Store the medication at room temperatures at temperatures ranging from 59 degrees Fahrenheit to 86 degrees Fahrenheit. Keep the container tightly closed and keep it out of reach of children.

Can You Give Edecrin to Children?

You can give the medication to children who are over two years old to eliminate fluid that accumulates in the heart and kidneys.

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