Angispan Tr 2.5mg

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Sibu Says:


I had MCI in January 2006. Soon after CABG surgery was done. Recently, at times I am feeling mild anginal pain. Other day , I met my Cardiologist and advised two tablets of Angispan Tr, morning and Afternoon. Further, I was advised to stop the medicine if it didn't work well. However, I am yet to start it after I learnt about its side effects. Please advise.



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Verwon Says:

Have you discussed your concerns with your doctor?

They would really be the only person that is best able to advise you in this situation.

Angispan contains the active ingredient Nitroglycerin, which is used as a vasodilator to improve blood and oxygen flow to the heart.

It can cause some side effects, such as: nausea, headache, dizziness and orthostatic hypotension.

You can learn more about it here:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Nitroglycerin/­


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RAVIRAJ Says:

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moses Says:

i had heart and was operated in 2006

please let me know how many years i should take the capsule angispan-tr

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Bijal Says:
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Can chest pain and jaw pain be a side effect of taking a medicine named 'ANGISPAN-TR' 2.5 mg twice a day ?

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