Isosorbide Mn Tab 30mg Er

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vivian ferguson Says:


IS THIS A BLOOD PRESURE MED



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Verwon Says:

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.

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joann Says:

Do I stop my blood pressure medicine. When taking this isosorbide

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Louise Says:
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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

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