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Hi Everyone, if you are taking (or needing) Diamox to control hydrocephalus, be sure to go with the “regular” tablets — NOT the Sequels (slow release). Eye doctors have known for years that the Sequels are much less effective for hydrocephalus and the ‘regular’ Diamox pills have the added advantage of being breakable into different doses for different times of day. Cool? If anyone is having trouble getting Diamox, but they suspect high intracranial pressure, please contact me at the email address on my contact page mentioning Clinical Trials. I’ll make sure you get taken care of, OK? Big hug…
I just got prescribed Diamox this past week. I read somewhere that it could interfere with Propanolol. Should I be concerned about this since I will be on both? I also have a large history of kidney stones, and have a few right now actually.
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