Depends on your age for one. Your need ie: congested heart failure, edema, overall water retention.
There is also the fact that you may need Potassium replacement. So set it up with your physician so you can get started. The dosage can run 20, 40, 60 and 80 mg. Make sure you have regular blood tests when taking it.
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