Zaroxolyn

(Metolazone)

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Quick facts about Zaroxolyn
  • Drug class: Cardiovascular
  • Generic status: Lower-cost generic available (metolazone)

Used for

  • Congestive heart failure - Edema Edema - Kidney disease Hypertension
  • Calcium renal calculus Edema
  • Due to liver disease Premenstrual syndrome Renal failure

Dosage forms

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Quick facts about Zaroxolyn
  • Drug class: Cardiovascular
  • Generic status: Lower-cost generic available (metolazone)
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Side effect rates for Zaroxolyn (Metolazone)

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Pharmacist Q&A

Zaroxolyn (Metolazone) questions for

Frequently Asked Questions

This medication treats edema (swelling due to fluid retention) associated with congestive heart failure and kidney disease.

Who is this drug for?

This medication treats edema (swelling due to fluid retention) associated with congestive heart failure and kidney disease.

Common concerns from people taking Zaroxolyn (Metolazone)

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Pregnancy

Research studies with animals haven’t found a risk to unborn babies, but it hasn’t been properly studied in humans.

Tip: Always talk with your doctor before you take any medication while pregnant.
FDA pregnancy category for Zaroxolyn
BProbably safe