Help Please Is it safe to take lasix diuretic with adderal
Help? I do not take lasix often at all- and break 40 mg into 4 pieces, taking 10 mg when NECESSARY. RIGHT NOW I T IS AND I NEED RELIEF FROM SWELLING ASAP. Otherwise I have it on hand as need it for swelling of lower extremities and feet and ankles just to wear any shoe when my fibromyalgia and Raynaud's ( poor circulation) flares especially harsh. I would also greatly appreciate knowing the same safe to take with concerns with jurnista. Am on holiday and stuck - ruining time for others because I cannot walk much at all nor fit in any shoes with out agony. Help?
Well, I am not a doctor, but I did look up the interactions between adderall (adderrall) and Lasix on the Drug.com interaction list - and there were none noted. Furthermore, of the over 600 medications noted that have some kind of an interaction - none of the typical stimulant medications were listed. So I would think that it would be ok.
However, make sure you take some potassium with the Lasix. My doc gave me a time release potassium to take with my diuretic. If you don't have that eat a banana or two during the day.
Try sleeping with your feet elevated and maybe buy a pair of sandals. Good luck. Enjoy your vacation!
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