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Can you break desmopressin tablets. we have been prescribed the 0.1 mg dose and the control has been
Posted 16 Sep 2016 by karen radley • 1 answer
... poor. When we had the 100 mcg tablets and they were broken the control was better. This for diabetes insipidus not bed wetting
Posted 4 Aug 2016 by Jhawk52 • 0 answers
Been on nasal spray, .01%, for 27 years with no problems & was prescribed pill form of 0.2 and told to split them in half, take one at night. My question is will a half pill give me 24 hrs protection, when I previously took one spray twice a day. The pills don't come in lighter dosage, am ...
Posted 17 Apr 2016 by amylou76 • 0 answers
I've been taking the pills for 14yr now will I always be on them?
Posted 29 Apr 2015 by sharoncurry6 • 1 answer
... However, in the past year I have been diagnosed with congestive heart failure which means its necessary to be on 'lasix' or 'water pills" to prevent fluid build up. The desmopressen acted as a deterrent to the lasix so I had to stop its use. Is there an alternative ...
Posted 16 Jan 2015 by p0o9i8u7 • 1 answer
over active medicine such as Desmopressin (DDAVP) or oxybutynin???
Posted 18 Oct 2014 by pancke • 1 answer
I've been on this pill for over 10 years, and I didn't at first get migraines. But now I get them so bad! This pill says it can cause headaches. So I was wondering does anyone else get migraines or bad headaches? Also, does anyone else have sensitivity to light or smells?
Posted 16 Mar 2012 by kimdbrooks • 4 answers
My 12yr old son is taking desmopressin for bedwetting. He has been on it for almost a year. He is taking 3 tablets@.02mg/night. He was taking 2 tablets, but it wasn't working. Now his dr. has upped his prescription to 3tablets/night. I am worried that this might be too high of a dosage for a ...
Posted 2 Aug 2013 by KJTX • 1 answer
I'm going to be leaving my job and starting a new one as an independent contractor I had DI for 33 years and it's been extremely well controlled on desmopressin. This is the first time in my life that I have not had group health insurance. I've been working with an insurance broker ...
Posted 7 Feb 2013 by AnneCir • 2 answers
Taking DDAVP through rhinal tube for "possible" diabetes insipidus... I void way more urine (2 to 3x as much) than I drink fluids/eat watery foods, and void frequently (also under treatment for OAB). DDAVP slows down the frequency/volume but after a few days on it, my blood pressure ...
Posted 2 May 2012 by Jenrae • 1 answer
I am trying to take desmopressin or DDAVP, for Diabetes Insipidus. Only on half recomended dose,as I cannot take the full dose,but I also take gliclazide for sugar diabetes. I have had a bad reaction in my joints and muscles, has any one else had this, I take BP meds and meds for joint probs.
Posted 5 Jan 2012 by 0624gerry • 1 answer
Posted 22 Sep 2011 by latur • 1 answer
presently minirin nasal spray not available in market. i am suffering from diabetes incipidus
Posted 26 Jan 2011 by docfwp57 • 1 answer
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