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Aldactone 25 mg

Aldactone 25 mg

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What is Aldactone 25 mg?

Aldactone is a medication that is normally used to treat hypertension. Read More

How to Use Aldactone 25 mg

Aldactone is super easy to use! Simply take one tablet daily. It is not necessary to take the medication every day at the same time, but it is recommended to do it so you create the habit of taking a tablet per day and to keep a stable dose in your blood.

Aldactone 25 mg Dosage

Doctors use 25 mg of Aldactone a day to treat acne.

Benefits of Aldactone 25 mg

  • Reduces cells’ response to androgens which results in less acne lesions = fewer zits.

Aldactone 25 mg Side effects

The risks are very low, but some women have experienced unwanted side effects when using Aldactone. Most common side effects reported at doses for hypertension treatment are nausea and vomiting, leg cramps, headaches, dizziness, drowsiness, itching, irregular menstrual cycles, high potassium levels, diarrhea, and abdominal cramping.

Serious side effects can include: skin rash, hives, fever, trouble breathing, swelling of your lips, mouth, tongue, or throat; electrolyte and/or fluid problems (mouth dryness, extreme thirst, fast heart rate and dizziness, extreme weakness and tiredness, not being able to urinate), muscle weakness, not being able to move your legs and arms, extreme tiredness, tingling or numb feeling in your hands or feet, slow heart rate; redness, blistering, peeling, or loosening of your skin, including inside of your mouth

The chances of serious side effects are extremely unlikely, but if you get ANY of those symptoms please STOP the medication ASAP and seek immediate medical attention (call 911 or go to the ER).

Frequently Asked Questions

WHAT IS ALDACTONE USED FOR?

Aldactone is normally used to treat hypertension. In low doses, Aldactone is used to treat acne as well.

HOW MUCH WATER SHOULD I DRINK WHEN TAKING ALDACTONE?

This medication has a diuretic effect. To be safe while taking Aldactone, make sure to drink at least 8 glasses of water per day.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE FOR ALDACTONE TO WORK?

Pandia Health’s doctors recommend allowing at least 12 weeks to see improvement of your acne. It can take between 3 to 6 months to see the complete effect of the medication on the skin treated area.

WHAT DOES ALDACTONE DO?

Aldactone blocks androgen receptors in the body and stops the way skin cells respond to androgen hormones. This way, Aldactone helps improve hormonal acne.

HOW TO SAFELY STOP TAKING ALDACTONE?

Depending on the dosage you are taking and the condition you are using it for, it depends. Always ask your doctor if you want to stop the treatment to get professional advice and the best way to do it. But if you are on 25 mg or less of Aldactone, you can just stop the medication.

WHERE TO BUY ALDACTONE?

You should be able to buy Aldactone 25 mg tablets pretty much at any pharmacy. To do so, you will need a prescription because this is not an over the counter medication. Pandia Health’s expert doctors are happy to help you choose the right acne treatment for you and approve a prescription online within 1 business day!

HOW DOES ALDACTONE WORK?

Aldactone works by blocking androgen receptors in the body and stopping the way skin cells respond to androgen hormones, resulting in fewer acne lesions = zits.

WHEN TO TAKE ALDACTONE?

It is best to take Aldactone during the day since it has a diuretic effect. Taking your pill during the day will prevent you from waking up at night to use the bathroom.

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