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Dr. Alan Ali
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Hydralazine: Is a smooth muscle relaxant used to treat high blood pressure. Also, in early research phase it is studied for use in slowing progression of multiple ... Read More
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Dr. Shabbir Hossain
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Few reasons: It's a vasodilator (dilates blood vessels) and has a couple of common uses 1: it can be used for high blood pressure, although usually not a first ... Read More
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Dr. Heidi Fowler
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May be used to: treat high blood pressure or heart failure.
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Dr. Michael Carson
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Fatigue, see below: Most side effects are rare, but of the ones that patients are more likely to experience with this med, fatigue/tiredness, diarrhea, and upset stomach ... Read More
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A 46-year-old member asked:
Dr. Alan Ali
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Hydralazine: Diarrhea, headaches, loss of appetite, increased heart rate, nausea/vomiting, depression, lupus, & vit. B6 deficiency.
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Dr. Joseph Woods
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Do you mean dosage?: The normal dosage for adults is 0.143 to 0.357 mg/kg per 6 hours orally to start, then after many weeks 0.143 to 0.357 mg/kg per 6 hours as needed. I ... Read More
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Dr. Alan Ali
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Hydralazine: Skipping blood pressure medication can result in headache & other symptoms of elevated pressure. Hydroxyzine or Atarax or vistaril (hydroxyzine) are a ... Read More
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Dr. Alan Ali
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Aspirin/Hydralazine: Not likely, different mechanism of action.
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Dr. Ankush Bansal
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See below: Not sure of your question. Those are two completely different drugs used for totally different things. Aspirin is an anti-platelet drug to make your p ... Read More
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Dr. Shabbir Hossain
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Different things: They're quite different things. Aspirin is an anti-inflammatory, anti platelet agent, pain med. Hydralizine dilates blood vessels, and is used ... Read More
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