... retention, i read
Yes, spironolactone will help with acne and water retention, and it will most likely also lower your blood pressure. Your doctor must have (or I hope has) taken everything in consideration before prescribing spironolactone.
The link below has reviews that show what conditions spironolactone is used for, and there are reviews related to these conditions. You may find these useful.
- Spironolactone Information for Consumers
- Spironolactone Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Spironolactone (detailed)
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