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  1. ... diet may help decrease symptoms. A medicine called acetazolamide may be prescribed to prevent attacks. Your provider ... tell you to also take potassium supplements because acetazolamide may cause your body to lose potassium. If ...
  2. ... be admitted to a hospital. A medicine called acetazolamide (Diamox) may be given to help you breathe ...
  3. ... cause hypophosphatemia: Alcoholism Antacids Certain medicines, including insulin, acetazolamide, foscarnet, imatinib, intravenous iron, niacin, pentamidine, sorafenib, and ...
  4. The medicines acetazolamide and thiazides prevent attacks in many cases. A low potassium, high carbohydrate diet, and light exercise may help ...
  5. ... attacks while your hyperthyroidism is brought under control. Acetazolamide is effective at preventing attacks in people with ...
  6. ... Fluid or salt restriction Medicines such as corticosteroids, acetazolamide, furosemide, and topiramate Shunting procedures to relieve pressure ...
  7. ... that are no longer used much (tetracycline), or acetazolamide Fanconi syndrome , a disorder of the kidney tubes ...
  8. ... to hyperparathyroidism Use of certain medicines, such as acetazolamide, amphotericin B, and triamterene Sarcoidosis Tuberculosis of the ...
  9. ... that may affect test results. These include: Alcohol Acetazolamide Barbiturates Diuretics Narcotics Valproic acid You should not ...
  10. ... the results of the test. These may include: Acetazolamide Ammonium chloride Methenamine mandelate Potassium citrate Sodium bicarbonate ...
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