you aware people taking diamox (acetazolamide) can still get mountain sickness including the very serious hape and hace? doctors prescription for Acetazolamide 250mg tablets for altitude sickness posted from UK pharmacy (£27 for 28 tablets).
you have any medical conditions, please check with your physician before making plans to travel to any high altitude locations to get medical clearance first. a trial dose of half a tablet 3-4 days before travel to check for possible adverse reactions.
improves the pattern of breathing during sleep at altitude and thus quality of sleep. sicknessacetazolamide tablets (formerly diamox) for altitude sickness, forced acclimatisation and altitude sleep disturbance.
the air was incredibly dry and dehydration can increase the chance of altitude sickness. of acetazolamidein the mild acute mountain sickness (headache, fatigue, light headedness, difficulty with sleep) symptoms resolve more quickly with acetazolamide.
we had mild effects of the altitude but nothing terriblly uncomfortable. i now live in mexico at an altitude just under that and was told last week by a pulmonary specialist that i would do better at a lower altitude.