Aldactone Tablet


Manufacturer: RPG Life Sciences Ltd Salt Compositions: Spironolactone (25mg)
Quantity: 15 tablets in 1 strip
Storage: Store below 30°C


Information About Aldactone Tablet

A diuretic (water pill) is a medication called Aldactone Tablet. It is primarily used to treat excessive blood pressure and heart failure. It lessens the edema (swelling) brought on by a few other conditions. The condition known as hypokalemia is also treated with this medication.

To receive the best benefit, Aldactone Tablet should be taken with food at the same time every day. You should continue using this medication as prescribed, even if you feel better. Taking it early in the day can help prevent you from needing to get up repeatedly during the night to use the restroom. Your condition could worsen if you stop taking it. Follow your doctor’s recommendations regarding the kinds and quantities of liquids you should consume. A low-salt diet and other lifestyle modifications, such as frequent exercise, may help this medication work better if you are being treated for high blood pressure.

Nausea, vomiting, dizziness, and swelling as well as breast tenderness in both men and women are typical adverse effects. Inform your doctor if these disturb you or seem serious. There might be techniques to lessen or stop them. Avoid drinking alcohol since it can make some adverse effects worse.

If you have kidney issues or are unable to pee, you should use Aldactone Tablet with caution. Inform your doctor if you are pregnant, have ever had renal, liver, or heart disease before taking it. Please inform your medical team of all additional medications you are taking since they may interact with this one or cause other side effects. Women who are pregnant or nursing should speak with their doctor before taking this medication. You might be instructed to cut back on salt or salt substitutes while taking this medication, and your blood pressure should be checked frequently. To track your development, additional tests such as those for renal function (such as creatinine) and potassium levels will be carried out.

Aldactone Tablet Uses

  • Hypertension (high blood pressure)
  • Edema
  • Low potassium
  • Heart failure

Aldactone Tablet Benefits 

In Hypertension (high blood pressure)

Aldactone Tablet reduces blood pressure by minimizing the body’s retention of salt and water. Lowering your blood pressure reduces your risk of suffering a heart attack or stroke and makes it easier for your heart to pump blood throughout your body.

Typically, this medication is taken in addition to other blood pressure-lowering drugs. Usually, taking this medication does not result in any immediate benefits for you, but over time, it keeps you healthy. Even if you feel better, you should still take the medication as directed to get the most benefit.

In Edema

Your body holding too much water results in edema. Aldactone Tablet increases the volume of urine generated, which aids in eliminating surplus water and electrolytes from your body. By allowing your body to expel surplus water, symptoms like shortness of breath and edema in your arms, legs, or abdomen are lessened. As a result, you can go about your everyday activities in more comfort. For best results, take it consistently and adjust your lifestyle appropriately.

In Low potassium

Aldactone Tablet maintains your potassium levels from dropping too low, stops your body from absorbing too much salt, and removes extra water.

In Heart failure

Heart failure is a condition in which your heart is unable to adequately pump blood to your lungs and the rest of your body. Breathlessness, exhaustion, and swelling in your legs, ankles, abdomen, and other body parts are the most typical symptoms.

With the help of this medication, you will feel better and have more energy. To ensure that this medication is as successful as possible, you should make the necessary lifestyle adjustments (such eating well and exercising often). Even if you start to feel better, continue taking it on a daily basis.

Aldactone Tablet Side Effects

Most side effects do not require any medical attention and disappear as your body adjusts to the medicine. Consult your doctor if they persist or if you’re worried about them

Common side effects of Aldactone

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Leg cramps
  • Dizziness
  • Drowsiness
  • Confusion
  • Breast enlargement in male
  • Increased creatinine level in blood

How to Use Aldactone Tablet

Follow your doctor’s instructions for this medication’s dosage and duration. Take it all in at once. Don’t eat it, break it, or crush it. Take the Aldactone Tablet with a meal.


Q1. What time of day is ideal for taking Aldactone Tablets?

You should take the Aldactone Tablet as prescribed by your doctor. Aldactone Tablets aid in the removal of extra fluid from the body, which may cause you to urinate more frequently. In order to prevent the frequent urge to urinate while sleeping, it would be advisable to take Aldactone Tablet throughout the day.

Q2. Can I use Aldactone Tablets to manage my weight?

Aldactone shouldn’t be used to manage weight, no. Aldactone Tablet is ineffective for controlling weight. Consult a doctor if you have worries about your weight, and they can advise you on the most effective weight-controlling treatments.

Q3. Can I use birth control while taking Aldactone Tablets?

Birth control pills (oral contraceptives) and Aldactone Tablet can be taken together because there have been no reports of any interactions or negative side effects. However, interactions could happen occasionally. Therefore, it would be wise to first discuss using Aldactone Tablet with any oral contraceptives with your doctor.

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