patient post MVR,slow to wean and dialysis dependent
1 Oct 2009
There is no interaction between sildenafil and ACE inhibitors, and sildenafil and spironolactone.
There is an interaction between ACE inhibitors and sipornolactone but if you have taken them together for a while without any side effects then it should be okay. So long as your doctor monitors potassium levels in your blood.
Detailed information about the interaction is given below.
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