Is Indapamide A Safe Diuretic?

Indapamide, the generic counterpart of the brand name Natrilix, is a thiazide-like diuretic (waterpill), used to treat hypertension as well as congestive heart failure. It works by reducing extra salt and fluid in the body (edema). Indapamide has similar biological properties to a thiazide diuretic, without the chemical properties of a thiazide- hence the term “thiazide-like”. Generic Indapamide is available on as sustained release tablets and in 1.5 mg and 2.5 mg dosages at less than half the prices of it’s branded counterpart.

The HYVET trial show that Generic Indapamide (Natrilix tablets), with or without perindopril – reduces stroke and all-cause mortality when prescribed for hypertension to people aged over 80 years old. New studies reveal that a fixed combination of Indapamide and angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE)-inhibitor perindopril in antihypertensive therapy extends survival, lessening the possibility of coronary & renal events in type 2 diabetics. Generic Perindopril–Indapamide is available in 4mg–1.25mg dosages at

Serious Natrilix side effects include:

  • dry mouth, thirst, nausea, vomiting;
  • feeling weak, drowsy, restless, or light-headed;
  • fast or uneven heartbeat; or
  • muscle pain or weakness.

Consult your prescribing doctor when you experience any or all of these side effects while on generic Natrlix tablets. Dizziness; headache and mild skin rash are the less serious side effects of generic Indapamide.

For many elderly Americans, the cost of healthcare, prevents them from affording basic living necessities. Buying generic prescription and Over- the- Counter drugs at enables people who do not have medical insurance to afford live- saving drugs without compromising on other necessities.

Warn your doctor about any medication that you may already be on that would contraindicate Indapamide.


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