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Furosemide 40mg Tablets 100's-Cosmos

Furosemide Tablets can be used to stop the build up of extra water in your body. This extra water can cause swollen ankles, shortness of breath and feeling more tired than usual. Furosemide Tablets work by helping you to pass more water (urine) than you usually do. If the extra water in your body is not removed, it can put extra strain on the heart, blood vessels, lungs, kidneys or liver.
How to use
Adults and elderly: The usual dose is one or two tablets first thing in the morning. Your doctor will tell you how many tablets to take.
Children and adolescents (under 18 years of age): Not recommended as safety in this age group has not yet been established.
Do not take Furosemide Tablets if:
 you are allergic (hypersensitive) to Furosemide and/or any of the other ingredients of Furosemide tablets. Signs of an allergic reaction include: a rash, swallowing or breathing problems, swelling of your lips, face, throat or tongue.
 you are allergic to amiloride, sulfonamides or sulphonamide derivatives, such as sulfadiazine or co-trimoxazole.
 you have been told by a doctor that you have kidney failure. In some types of kidney failure, it is still okay to have this medicine. Your doctor will be able to decide.
 you have severe liver problems (cirrhosis).
 your doctor has told you that you have a low blood volume or are dehydrated (with or without accompanying low blood pressure).
 you are not passing any water (urine).
 you have too little potassium or sodium in your blood (shown in blood test).
 you have an illness called ‘Addison's Disease’. This can make you feel tired and weak.
 you are breast-feeding (see “Pregnancy and breast-feeding” section below).
 you are taking other medicines which change the amount of potassium in your blood (see “Taking other medicines” section below).
 you are children and adolescents under 18 years of age. Furosemide tablets are not suitable for children.