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Methazolamide Uses 

Methazolamide, with the generic name methazolamide, is an oral medication indicated to treat chronic open-angle glaucoma and acute angle-closure glaucoma. This is a condition in which increased pressure in the eye or IOP can lead to gradual loss of vision. This medication could help prevent vision loss, blindness, and nerve damage. 

This is available in Methazolamide 50 mgtablet form. 

Methazolamide Mechanism of Action 

This carbonic anhydrase inhibitor works by inhibiting the enzyme that is responsible for catalyzing the interconversion of carbon dioxide to carbonic acid. Through this, the aqueous humor secretion decreases. It is then followed by the slowing of the formation of bicarbonate ions with the reduction in sodium and fluid transport. As a result, the intraocular pressure decreases. 

How to use Methazolamide 

To initiate, read the attached medication information leaflet that comes with this product. Do not take this prescription medication if you have not yet fully understood the indications and other drug information written in the guide. If you need additional medical advice or have questions on how this medication could work on your condition, you can ask your doctor or pharmacist. 

Take the tablet orally. This is usually prescribed two or three times daily or as directed by the physician. It is best to take this prescription drug with a meal to avoid stomach upset. Swallow the medication whole and drink plenty of fluids to prevent certain side effects, like kidney stones. 

Remember to take this prescription medication orally and exactly as prescribed to achieve the full benefits. Make a dosing schedule to avoid missing any of your doses. Do not alter your Methazolamide dosage, for it is based on your overall medical condition and response to treatment. You should also keep taking this medication based on the length of treatment advised by the doctor. 

Methazolamide Side Effects 

Common side effects: 





-Loss of appetite 


-Changes in taste 

-Frequent urination 


In most cases, the side effects brought about by this medication are mild and temporary. If the adverse reactions worsen or persist, it is necessary to hold this oral drug and contact your doctor or any healthcare professional. In addition, you should report severe side effects, such as: 

-Persistent nausea and vomiting 

-Loss of appetite 

-Abdominal pain 

-Dark urine 

-Tingling sensation 

-Ringing in the ears 




-Signs of kidney stones (fever, child, painful urination, bloody urine) 

This is not a complete or full list of the side effects of methazolamide. 

Precautions when using Methazolamide 

Before starting to take this prescription drug, you should disclose your entire medical history to your physician. This includes any history of adrenal gland problems or Addison’s disease, liver disease, breathing problems, kidney problems, gout, diabetes, mineral imbalance, and hyperthyroidism. Some conditions may impact how your body will respond to this drug. Further, you should talk about all the prescription drugs, nonprescription drugs, supplements, and herbal products you are taking because of the possible Methazolamide interactions. 

You should continually watch out for a severe allergic reaction while on this treatment. Do not take this oral medication if you have a known allergy to this medication or any inactive ingredients each tablet may contain. Immediately discontinue medication and call for emergency medical help once you experience signs of hypersensitivity, such as red patches on the skin, hives, severe dizziness, swelling of the face, and breathing trouble. 

Dizziness and drowsiness are among the negative effects of this drug. These reactions could be aggravated or triggered by alcohol or any similar substances. Avoid or limit your consumption of alcoholic drinks. You must also practice extreme caution when doing activities that require alertness, like operating machinery or driving. 

You may become more sensitive to the sun when taking this prescription medication. Limit your sun exposure and avoid tanning lamps. Wearing protective clothing and applying sunblock cream while outside is also important. 

Pregnant women and nursing mothers should not take this oral medication unless it is clearly necessary. Always remember that potential benefits must outweigh potential risks. 

Frequently Asked Questions 

Is this medication used as a diuretic? 

This medication is no longer used as a diuretic. 

Is there an available Methazolamide alternative? 

An alternative to this treatment is acetazolamide. 

What is the difference between methazolamide and acetazolamide? 

These medications have the same pharmacological effect, but the former is known to be more potent than the latter. 

Can this medication affect blood sugar levels? 

This drug could possibly decrease your blood glucose. 

How much does methazolamide cost? 

You may check for the price of this medication from this page. 

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