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What is a water pill use for?

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Specializes in Addiction Medicine

Water pills are primarily used for swollen ankles and high blood pressure, however they are also used to loose weight. They cause you to urinate more frequently which decreases fluids in your body.

Answered Nov 8, 2016

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