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General Information On Inspra

Inspra is a prescription drug that can be used alone, or in combination with other medicines, to treat heart failure, regulate blood pressure in the body, and help prevent worsening of heart failure. You may wish to buy Inspra for the effective management of high blood pressure and for the treatment of congestive heart failure and kidney problems.

Inspra contains Eplerenone, an aldosterone antagonist. The drug works by blocking aldosterone, a hormone important for regulation of blood pressure in the body. High levels of aldosterone can increase blood pressure and lead to heart failure. Blocking aldosterone helps in lowering the amount of sodium and water retention in the body, thereby lowering a patient’s blood pressure.

Side Effects for Inspra

Inspra has not been associated with any major side effects and is well-tolerated by a vast majority of patients. In some cases, however, minor side effects such as headache, dizziness, stomach pain, diarrhea and nausea can occur. Gynecomastia and abnormal vaginal bleeding are some rare but possible side effects of Eplerenone (generic name of this drug). Consult your health practitioner immediately if any of the aforementioned side effects persist or if you experience a severe allergic reaction (itching, rashes or breathing problems) after taking Inspra. Patients suffering from renal impairment have a higher risk of developing Hyperkalemia, and need to be extra cautious when using Inspra.

Precautions

Hyperkalemia can be a serious problem with Eplerenone. Reduce your potassium intake while on this medication, as it can lead to irregular heartbeat or muscle weakness. Let your doctor know about your medical history including any major disorders, or a health problem that you have been recently treated for. Also, inform the doctor in advance if you are allergic to certain food products, dyes or any chemical. The drug can cause slight drowsiness. Therefore, during the treatment, you should avoid activities that require alertness such as driving, operating machinery, etc.

Inspra Dosage

The recommended dosage for hypertension patients is Inspra 25 mg, to be taken once daily. For best results, the medication should be taken at the same time daily, with or without food. Once the treatment has begun, the dosage can be adjusted according to the potassium serum levels in your body. Your doctor might advise a higher dosage of Inspra 50 mg twice daily in case your blood pressure is not coming under control. A high dosage of Eplerenone is usually not recommended, as it increases the risk of Hyperkalemia. If you miss a dose, take it as soon as you remember and continue with your regular schedule. However, never take a double dose to make up for the missed one.

Interactions

Before you start Inspra therapy, inform your doctor about all the other medicines/supplements that you are taking. This includes all prescription, non-prescription and herbal medicines. Eplerenone can react with a number of drugs such as Losartan (another drug for hypertension), Ibuprofen (an analgesic), Naproxen (an anti-inflammatory drug) Fluconazole (an anti-fungal medicine) and Erythromycin (an antibiotic). Combined use with these and certain other drugs can reduce the efficacy of Inspra and/or cause adverse reactions. Eplerenone may also interact with potassium supplements or salt substitutes containing potassium. Depending on other medicines that you are taking, your doctor may alter the dosage to avoid any adverse side effects or problems during Inspra therapy.

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