FAQs ABOUT NUSAR
Is NUSAR safe to use in diabetic patients?
NUSAR may alter the blood sugar levels in your body. It may also hide the symptoms of low blood sugar. Therefore, it is necessary to inform your doctor if you have diabetes before taking NUSAR as a precaution. Your doctor will closely monitor you blood sugar levels to avoid the risk of side effects. Also, inform your doctor if you experience any unusual tiredness, hunger or thirst while undergoing therapy with NUSAR.
What precautions should be followed while taking NUSAR?
Before taking NUSAR inform your doctor if you have any kidney problems. You must also inform your doctor if you have diabetes or are severely dehydrated. Regularly visit your doctor and take all the necessary tests which your doctor recommends to you without fail. Consult your doctor before taking NUSAR if you have any severe liver or heart diseases (such as low blood pressure). If you are pregnant or become pregnant during therapy with NUSAR, stop taking it and consult your doctor immediately.
Can NUSAR causes electrolyte imbalance?
Yes. NUSAR may alter the levels of certain electrolytes (sodium or potassium) in the body. To avoid this, your doctor would closely monitor electrolytes levels in your blood. However, if you experience any unusual symptoms such as chest pain, muscle weakness, irregular heartbeat, confusion, drowsiness, nausea, or vomiting, consult your doctor for advice.
Can I drink alcohol during treatment with NUSAR?
No. Avoid drinking alcohol while taking NUSAR as it might make you feel more dizzy or drowsy which can increase the risk of accidents or injuries.
What happens if I accidentally take more NUSAR?
If you or anyone else accidentally took more NUSAR, consult your doctor immediately. Overdosage may cause low blood pressure, decreased heartbeat, and bronchospasm (constriction of airways).
What is the use of NUSAR?
NUSAR is a prescription medicine used to control elevated blood pressure in patients with hypertension.
Can I take NUSAR daily?
Take NUSAR as advised by your physician. Your doctor will evaluate your health condition and suggests whether can you take NUSAR every day or not.
What are the possible side effects of NUSAR?
The most common side effects of taking NUSAR are nausea, tiredness, dizziness while standing up, increased blood potassium levels and low blood sugar levels. Consult your doctor if any of these side effect worsens.
What to do if I forgot to take a dose of NUSAR?
If you have missed a dose of NUSAR, take it as soon as you remember. However, if it is time for the next dose, skip the missed one and take the next one at regular times. Do not take a double dose of NUSAR to compensate the missed ones.
Can I stop taking NUSAR if my blood pressure reduces?
Do not stop taking NUSAR without consulting your doctor as your blood pressure may raise once again. Make sure to take NUSAR for the stipulated duration recommended by your doctor to achieve maximum results.