Does Hydrochlorothiazide cause increased blood sugar levels?
- 27 May 2004 by cgribensk1
- hydrochlorothiazide, side effect
HAS ANY ONE HEARD IF THIS PILLS MAKES YOU SUGAR LEVEL FALSE OR GO UP ?[:0]
28 May 2004
Yes. Hydrochlorothiazide can cause hyperglycemia (increased blood glucose levels).
Found info under Adverse Reactions in the PDR info for HydroDIURIL (a brand of Hydrochlorothiazide)
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