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IS IT HARMFUL TO TAKE ENALAPRIL 10MG WITH HYDROCHLOROT 25 MG,FEELS VERY WEAK.. :-( :-(

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While ACE inhibitors such as Enalapril are sometimes prescribed along side diuretics such as Hydrochlorot, it is not advisable to do so on your own! Only your doctor should decide if you can take both medications at the same time. If you are feeling weak, by all means contact your doctor immediately.

Enalapril is commonly used in combination with diuretics, especially furosemide. In this situation, monitoring kidney parameters is especially important as both these medications serve to decrease blood supply to the kidney as they support the heart. Should a heart failure crisis occur while a patient is on these two medications, it will become necessary to rely on the diuretic to resovle the crisis. High doses of diuretic are typically needed. This can easily lead to kidney failure though there is no alternative when the heart is failing.

Blood potassium levels can become dangerously high when enalapril is used with other medications that elevate blood potassium level. Such drugs might include: potassium supplements or spironolactone (a potassium sparing diuretic.)
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