... do you use. I have never been able to get on a schedule and have to deal the problem of low sodium occuring which is very troublesome. thank you
10 Feb 2010
The dosage must be determined for each individual patient depending on response.
The usual dosage range in adults is 0.1 to 0.4 mL daily, either as a single dose or divided into two or three doses. Most adults require 0.2 mL daily in two divided doses (morning and night)
The nasal spray pump can only deliver doses of 0.1 mL (10 mcg) or multiples of 0.1 mL. The spray pump must be primed prior to the first use. To prime pump, press down four times. The bottle will now deliver 0.1ml (10 mcg) of drug per spray every spray thereafter (after 50 sprays the bottle should be discarded)
Hope this helps.
- DDAVP Information for Consumers
- DDAVP Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of DDAVP (detailed)
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