Isosorb Mono Er 60mg Tab

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jumpup Says:

I take it for my heart,is it a blood thinner or for blood pressure ?

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George Carroll Says:

I take Isosorb Mono ER 60mg, is it a blood thinner or to slow my heart rate down?

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Verwon Says:

Actually, Isosorbide Mononitrate works by dilating the blood vessels, which helps lower blood pressure to regulate heart beat.

Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, headache and sleep disturbances.

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Is there anything else I can help with?

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tkmoore Says:

Should 60mm isosorb also be taken with 25mm metoprolol

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jo ann Says:

husband ran out of his isosorb can get ordered until next week what can I give him until then

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dan Says:

i just tarted takeing isosorbide mononitr60mg three days ago, i find the veins on back my hands enlarged wth blood blotches, or bruseing is it normal ?

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Lizb Says:

Just like you, the veins on my hands, arms and shins now are enlarged. Have been on it some time ..hate it...thinking of stopping.

The bruising you mention, i had that too while on Clopodogerel. GP changed that for Aspirin 75mg so not as bad , but still some bruising.

Good Luck.

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