Spacitz is the fusion of acetazolamide tablets which are used to treat high pressure in the eyes.
Acetazolamide lowers intraocular pressure. Acetazolamide is also used to minimize the intensity and duration of altitude sickness symptoms (upset stomach, headache, shortness of breath, dizziness, sleepiness, and exhaustion). This medication is mainly used to treat ocular pressure. Glaucoma is a disease that can cause or contribute to increased pressure in the eyes. If the pressure in your eye is too high, it might harm your vision. Acetazolamide belongs to a class of drugs known as carbonic anhydrase inhibitors. It aids in the reduction of eye pressure, which can contribute to the disease of glaucoma. This medication works by reducing the quantity of fluid in the eye.
In that way, acetazolamide tablets reduce the high pressure in the eyes.
It helps lower high pressure in the eye and reduces the risk of vision loss. This medicine is widely used for the treatment of glaucoma and it effectively controls ocular hypertension by decreasing the pressure in the eyes.
Take this medicine twice a day after having a meal to avoid any kind of stomach upset. To avoid altitude sickness, begin taking acetazolamide for 1 to 2 days before beginning climbing. Take this medicine daily for better results.
Acetazolamide tablets may cause any organ issue, letting the doctor know about the health history of the patient. Take this medicine daily without skipping any dose. Skipping any of the doses may result in the issue being reversible.
Acetazolamide tablets may cause some side effects which do not need any specific attention since it does not cause any serious side effects.
Is this acetazolamide tablet a safe drug?
This medication may cause you to urinate more often, so take it in the morning to avoid getting up at night. In some rare cases, this medication can cause a serious and life-threatening skin condition.
Does this medication make you lose weight?
Yes, it can cause weight loss which is an adverse effect of acetazolamide, and it has shown some beneficial effects in treating psychosis.
What happens when you stop taking these tablets suddenly?
Stopping this medicine suddenly may make your epilepsy worse and do not use this medicine to treat any other complaints unless your doctor says so.
How long does acetazolamide stay in the body?
These tablets are fairly rapidly absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract with peak plasma concentrations occurring about 2 hours after administration by the mouth. It has been estimated to have a plasma half-life of about 4 hours.
Can these tablets cause liver damage?
Yes, this tablet has been linked to rare cases of clinically apparent drug-induced liver disease.