Isosorbide Mn Er Side Effects

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Isosorbide Mn Er Side Effects
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why do I not have normal logic of things around after taking isosobide mn er and a drop in blood pressure that is below 99 systotic ## Isosorbide works by dilating the blood vessels and reducing blood pressure, so that would explain both your dizziness and your drop in blood pressure. Have you talked to your doctor? You may be on too high of a dosage. Learn more: ...
Updated 5 years ago in Blood Pressure.
Mon, Nov 28 '11, 12:10 PM
Side Effects of Isosorbide mn er
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Isosorbide mn er 30ml was added about 8 days ago to my mother's meds. She is 85. Two and a half days ago she started complaining of pain from her belly down into her upper thigh going down toward her knees in both legs. I am wondering if Isosorbide could be the cause since this is the only thing that has changed in her routine. ## These types of symptoms are warned about in the drug monograph. Learn more Isosorbide details here. Has she consulted her doctor? That's the sign of a possible serious problem and she needs to talk to her doctor immediately. Has she improved any? ## I did not know at the time that she had been having pain in her lower back. Further investigation has shown that she has a degenerated lumbar disc that has collapsed on the one below it. Lots of pain and lo... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Isosorbide Mononitrate.
Fri, Jun 29 '12, 12:28 PM
ic isosorbide mn er side effects
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Could this medication cause soaking wet sweats when not doing anything at all to cause sweating? ## According to my research, side effects from Isosorbide mononitrate are common and can include "flushing"; a feeling of warmth that may be contributing to the increased perspiration you've been experiencing lately. Ref: I don't know the full extent or severity of this side effect, but you may want to go ahead and contact your doctor about other alternative options if the sweating becomes too bothersome or uncomfortable. I hope this info helps! ...
Updated 3 years ago in Isosorbide Mononitrate.
Wed, Jul 10 '13, 7:53 PM
Isosorbide Mn Er 30mg Side Effects
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Isosorbide MN ER 30 MG - I took this drug - 1 each day - for 1 1/2 months to releive the steady pain of Esophagul Spasms and developed severe headaches. Thought at first it was from arthritis in my back so went a chiropractor for 1 month - no help there. Stopped taking this drug for 4 nights and "WOW" No headaches. I will NOT take anymore of this medication. Jan E. ## Who told you to take it to treat that? Isosorbide Mononitrate is usually used to treat angina pectoris, because it dilates the blood vessels and can reduce the pressure on them. Thus, it is not a pain reliever, nor a muscle relaxant. Learn more Isosorbide MN details here. And headaches are a very common side effect of this medication, due to the very nature of how it works. ## Your headache indeed was because of th... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Arthritis.
Sat, Sep 20 '14, 11:35 AM
IC Isosorbide Mn Er Effects
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What are the possible side effects of taking this drug for chest pain associated with artery blockage while also taking ritalin prescribed for treatment of narcolepsy (treatment of narcolepsy has been for about 50 years)? ## I didn't find any interactions or problems listed between the two medications. Learn more Isosorbide details here. Learn more Ritalin details here. However, you should double check this information to be safe. Have they both been prescribed by the same doctor? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Ritalin.
Thu, Nov 29 '12, 6:04 PM
isosorbide mn er
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JUST WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS DRUG? ## Isosorbide Mononitrate is primarily used to treat Angina Pectoris. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and dizziness. Read more: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## My dad underwent a quadruple bypass 8 years ago. I am just wondering why his doctor recently prescribed this drug for him. Should I assume that my dad experiences chest pains again, like he did before the bypass procedure? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Isosorbide Mononitrate.
Thu, Nov 03 '11, 12:46 AM
Isosorbide Mn Er 60 Mg
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what is this medication for?? ## Isosorbide is most commonly given to help treat or prevent irregular heartbeat, such as that which may occur from Angina. Side effects may include: nausea, headache, dizziness and hypotension. Learn more: Are there any other questions? ## I take 60mg for high BP is this the right med for BP is doesn't seem to help ## Joe, this does dialate the blood vessels and lowers blood pressure, but it is usually not significant enough to be relied on to treat hypertension, by itself, which is why it's only approved to treat angina. Did your doctor prescribe this? You can learn more about hypertension and the treatment options here: ...
Updated 5 years ago in Irregular Heartbeat (Arrhythmia).
Tue, Sep 27 '11, 9:03 AM
Isosorbide Mn Er 30mg
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Isosorbide mn er 30ml was added about 8 days ago to my mother meds. She is 85. Two and a half days ago she started complaining of pain from her upper thigh going down toward her knees in both legs. I am wondering if Isosorbide could be the cause since this is the only thing that has changed in her routine. ## Hi Sandy, Is your mom taking any other medications that could potentially have an interaction with Isosorbide? There doesn't appear to be any related side effect information that mentions leg pain or inflammation within the lower extremities, so I'm thinking that Isosorbide could simply be interacting with another med or that this is more or less a just a rare side effect of the drug that isn't listed with the other more common side effects. In either case, it sounds li... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Digoxin.
Sat, Jun 14 '14, 10:57 PM
Isosorbide MN TAB 30MG ER
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IS THIS A BLOOD PRESURE MED ## Isosorbide is a vasodilator and it is most commonly used to treat Angina, though by its mechanism of action, it does do some lowering of blood pressure. Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, headache and poor appetite. Learn more: Are there any other questions or comments? ## Do I stop my blood pressure medicine. When taking this isosorbide ## I have been taking it 3 months now my insides get so hot I have to true a fan on me comes and goes all day long is this normal ...
Updated 1 year ago in Blood Vessels.
Tue, Sep 29 '15, 4:55 PM
isosorbide mono er 90mg tab
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was prescribed 90 mg isosorbide mn er, was given 30 mg and 60 mg to take. is there a 90 mg pill? ## Hello, Mary! How are you? No, I'm sorry, there isn't. Side effects to this medication may include nausea, dizziness, headache and sleep disturbances. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Tue, Apr 29 '14, 4:10 PM
Allergic Reaction To Isosorbide Mn Er
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I had a very bad reaction to 1 dose of isosorbide within an hour of taking it. Severe headach, threw up and my headach has lasted 5 days! Will it ever go away? ## Have you contacted your doctor? Both of those can be common side effects of Isosorbide, but with the headache being very severe and lasting that long, you should seek medical attention. ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Mon, Mar 05 '12, 6:47 PM
Isosorbide Quiting
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Are There Any Side Effects To Quiting Isosorbide Mn Er 60mg After Taking For 15 Days ## Yes, if you've been on it for several weeks, these types of medications usually need to be tapered slowly, because if you suddenly stop taking them you may experience rebound effects, which could mean worsening angina, chest pain, elevated blood pressure and heart rate. Learn more Isosorbide Mononitrate details here. It's usually best to seek the guidance of a medical professional when you want to stop a medication like this. Are you having problems with it? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Isosorbide Mononitrate.
Wed, Nov 21 '12, 3:25 PM
Isosorbide Mn Er following cardiac catheterization
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I had a cardiac catheterization. This was prescribed as a follow-up drug. Label says "dizziness" is a side affect. Why? What does this cause/affect that would make me dizzy? I take two other meds daily that state they cause the same side affect... ## There is no real way to say why any particular medication causes any side effect, but you are putting a chemical into your body, to help it operate better, which your body isn't used to having and thus, it is always possible that a reaction to it will occur. Isosorbide Mononitrate is used to help treat irregular heartbeat. Other side effects may include: nausea, headache and sleep disturbances. Learn more: Are there any other comments or questions? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Isosorbide Mononitrate.
Fri, Apr 08 '11, 2:55 PM

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