Methazolamide Coupon and Discount

Our Methazolamide coupon and discount will save you up to 75%* off your prescription. Methazolamide is a prescription drug that treats glaucoma. The original cash price of Methazolamide is not available. If your insurance does not cover this cost, use our Methazolamide coupon to reduce the price. Choose if you would like to receive your Rebates prescription coupon by mail, email, text, or print. Continue reading below for more information on Methazolamide.
Methazolamide Overview
Drug Name: Methazolamide
Brand Name(s): Neptazane
Drug Class: carbonic anhydrase inhibitor
Treats: glaucoma

Methazolamide is a medication typically used to reduce pressure in the eye when a medical condition has made it abnormal. Methazolamide does this by decreasing the amount of fluid in the eye as well as decreasing production of fluid in the eye. Methazolamide accomplishes this by catalyzing the conversion of carbon dioxide and water to bicarbonate and protons.

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  • Methazolamide Uses

    Methazolamide is used to lower pressure within the eye, particularly when high pressure is caused by glaucoma. Lowered eye pressure in the eye leads to reduced risk of things like blindness, vision loss, and nerve damage. High pressure within the eye may also be extremely painful in addition to being dangerous.

    • Glaucoma
  • Methazolamide Dosage

    Methazolamide dosage is dependent on the individual that it is being administered to. The following dosage is an average dose and could differ among individuals. Follow your medical professional's directions for best results.

    • Methazolamide is typically prescribed to be taken by mouth two or three times daily.
    • Dosage depends upon individual factors such as the patient's age, weight, and response to treatment but the average adult dosage for glaucoma is 50 to 100 mg two to three times a day.

    It may be taken with food if stomach upset occurs. Regular consumption of fluids will help reduce risk of some side effects. Dosage depends upon individual factors such as the patient's age, weight, and response to treatment but the average adult dosage for glaucoma is 50 to 100 mg two to three times a day.

  • Methazolamide Side Effects

    This medication does often come with side effects, but if a physician has prescribed methazolamide to a patient it is because they think the benefits will outweigh the side effects. Common side effects of this medication can include:

    • nausea
    • loss of appetite
    • vomiting
    • diarrhea
    • change in taste
    • tiredness
    • drowsiness
    • dizziness
    • frequent urination

    Consult with your physician if any of those side effects become persistent or particularly worrisome. Rarer but more serious side effects of this medication can include:

    • bloody urine
    • sudden decrease in the amount of urine
    • numbness of hands or feet
    • painful urination
    • ringing in the ears
    • easy bleeding or bruising
    • yellowing of the eyes or skin
    • signs of infection
    • irregular heartbeat
    • confusion

    Alert your physician as soon as possible if you experience any of those side effects. Seek emergency medical treatment if you experience symptoms of a severe allergic reaction after taking methazolamide.

  • Methazolamide Interactions

    Some medications may interact with methazolamide and cause increased side effects, conflict in treatment, or decreased effectiveness of one or both medications. Some medications known to interact with methazolamide include:

    • cisapride
    • methenamine
    • other carbonic anhydrase inhibitors
    • salicylates

    Avoid these medications if possible while taking methazolamide. As with any medication, you should provide your physician with a complete list of any medications and supplements you are currently taking or plan to take during treatment before starting methazolamide.