What Conditions does Acetazolamide Treat?

  • fluid retention in the legs
  • feet
  • arms or hands
  • wide-angle glaucoma
  • an aggressive form of glaucoma called malignant glaucoma
  • altitude sickness
  • Increased Eye Pressure caused by Another Disease
  • Accumulation of Fluid Resulting from Chronic Heart Failure
  • visible water retention
  • Petit Mal Seizures
  • closed angle glaucoma
  • a type of seizure called tonic-clonic epilepsy
  • Inherited Periodic Paralysis
  • Seizures with Irregular Muscle Contractions
  • Simple Partial Seizures
  • epilepsy
  • Multiple Seizure Types
  • pseudotumor cerebri
  • a condition with high fluid pressure in the brain
  • water on the brain with obstruction of cerebrospinal fluid
  • Increase pH of Urine

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