viagra for women online A member of the university of maryland medical system   |   in partnership with the university of maryland school of medicine information for patients & visitors referring physicians nurses health care professionals job seekers media professionals volunteers centers & services specialty services cancer center shock trauma heart center transplant center children's hospital departments clinical trials doctors find a doctor make an appointment ask the expert health library medical reference video library surgical webcasts audio podcasts cancer overviews drug interaction tool health calculators news news releases awards and honors patient stories events contact us getting here make an appointment ask the expert connect with ummc patient advocates pay your bill medical records share your feedback ways to help make a donation volunteer patient stories share your ummc story share tweet email print home home > medical reference > encyclopedia (english) toggle: english / spanish   related content ask an expert speciality services our doctors patient success stories awards & honors audio/video library   hyperaldosteronism - primary and secondary - treatment overview symptom treatment all information alternative names conn syndrome treatment: primary hyperaldosteronism caused by a tumor is usually treated with surgery. Removing adrenal tumors may control the symptoms. Even after surgery, some people still have high blood pressure and need to take medication. However, they can often reduce the number of medications or doses they take. Watching how much salt you eat and taking medication may control the symptoms without surgery. Medications used to treat hyperaldosteronism include: amiloride spironolactone (aldactone; aldactazide), a diuretic ("water pill") triamterene medicines and diet (but not surgery) are used to treat secondary hyperaldosteronism. Expectations (prognosis): the outlook for primary hyperaldosteronism is good with early diagnosis and treatment. The outlook for secondary hyperaldosteronism depends on the cause of the condition. Complications: impotence and gynecomastia (enlarged breasts in men) may occur with long-term spironolactone treatment in men, but this is uncommon. Calling your health care provider: call for an appointment with your health care provider if you develop symptoms of hyperaldosteronism. Endocrine glands adrenal gland hormone secretion reviewed last on: 7/26/2011 nancy j. Rennert, md, chief of endocri. buy generic viagra viagra for sale viagra without a doctor prescription buy generic viagra cheap viagra generic viagra online buy cheap viagra