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cut isosorbide mononitrate into 1/4 tab

Can I cut isosorbide mononitrate 30mg tabs, made by Torrent, in 1/4's? 1/2 tab dropped my blood pressure to 105/54 which I didn't like. ## It would be best to speak to your doctor, before lowering your dosage further. Are you on any other medications? What condition is being treated? The FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, and headache. Did you experience any symptoms when it was that low? ## can somebody please tell me if certain vegitables aggrivate DURIDE after popping tablet any spicy foods or vegitables like capsicums chili etc ## I researched the same question, because the dosage I was taking , though effective, was too intense and left me with a headache. The isosorbide mononitrate 30mg ER pill manufacturer by Tor...

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Isosorbide mononitrate drug information

I would like to hear from anyone using this drug. How it helps you and the side effects. Thank you. ## I was just put on it today Shirl so I am looking to see how it works also ## I've been on it for several months, I have had no side effects. I even sleep a bit better. ## My Isosorbide prescription ran out and I am not sure if I should continue taking the meds? My heart evaluations were all pretty normal. How long should I take Isosorbide for? ## Is isosorbide mononitrate and cumin the same type of blood thinner? Can I switch from cumin to isosorbide mononitrate and stop cumin after fifteen years? ## I am having surgery. Should I take isosorbide dinitrate if my doctor said to stop taking meds that thin my blood? Is isosorbide a blood thinner?

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Can I cut Isosorb Mono ER 30mg Tab Wes in half?

For lack of funds I was without my isosorb mono er 30mg tab WES for five days. I started taken it again and after two days of horrible headaches realized must be my meds. My question is can I cut them in half so my system can more slowly get used to the Isosorb again? ## Hello, Based on my research, Splitting tablets (if split unevenly) may effect the designed release profile significantly enough to where it may cause health problems. The way certain tablets (especially coated and controlled release tablets) are broken down and absorbed in the body can change when they are split. This can potentially decrease positive effects and increase negative effects associated with the medication. Tablets that are safe to split normally have a score line or breakage line. Are there any breakage li...

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Isosorbide mononitrate extended release

Isosorbide mononitrate extended release 30 mg tablets with imprint n- 30 and ku- 128. The color of tablets are white and reddish. Are the inactive ingredients the same? Should I be concerned about the dye in the reddish tablets? ## Hello, Lee! How are you? Are you allergic to any dyes? If not, then there's nothing to worry about and the medication should work the same for you. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness and headache. ## Please tell me what 60mg is for how to use them what how long it takes to affect you and what effect does it have on

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quiting isosorbide mono er

How can I quit taking isosorbide mononitrate er (imdur)? ## Hello, Jim! How are you? Why do you want to stop taking it? These types of medications can potentially cause rebound effects, if you've been taking them for a long period of time and then stop suddenly, so you have to be careful, or it could put your life in danger. Have you consulted your doctor about stopping it? ## Just increased iso mono dosage from 60 to 90 for 3 days -its working for my chest pain but it bothers my stomach big time all day and I'm up all night because I cant sleep and it's very disruptive all day. Pepto bismol doesn't help - Any suggestions 4 help? ## my doctor took me off iso mono because it kept lowering my BP below 110 & at times below 100 sometimes as low as 90 i was on it for 6 mo...

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side effects of isosorbide mono

my mom is now on 60 mg of isosorbide mono and is feeling like she has the flu. Anyone on this amount and how do you feel? ## I have been on isosorbide mono for 7 years and this year went from 30mg to 60mg. I had a bad headache for a day when I first started it, and when I went to 60mg, it caused a headache for a day and something like the flu for about 10 days. Since then I have been fine. ## I also have flu like symtons with a headache and I also feel it in my eyes ## What I started was breaking the tablet and taking half in the morning and half in the evening I ask my doctor He said it is ok That helps me with side affects ## I get a headache, my eye run and feel like I have a sisus infection but I don't ## experiencing burning sensation like body on fire from inside. Been on isos...

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Commercial driving and isosorbide mononitrate

I drive a commercial vehicle and take isosorbide mononitrate. I've heard recently that I'm not supposed to take this medication and drive commercially. Does anyone know about this for sure? I've been taking this and driving for quite a while with no adverse effects, but just need to know for sure. Thanks.

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spliiting 30mg of isosorb mono er pill

My Dr. put me on 30mg of isosorbide mono er. Not for Angina but to improve my oxygen intake. My problem is that When I take a pill I cannot take another, the next morning, because my blood pressure is in the 20's. I am 88, had open heart triple bypass surgery 6 years ago. Plaque,that was my only problem. Drs. say that I have a strong heart. Question -- Can I split the pill and take only half a pill per morning. ## Wow! Your BP drops to the 20's? Is that systolic or diastolic? Strong heart, or not, the is a dangerously low number. My PCP and cardiologist worry if mine drops below 90/60. Have you been experiencing any symptoms, which the FDA lists as possibly including nausea, dizziness, and headache? Are you on any other medications?

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isosorbide mononitrate 10 mg terrible pain in my jaw mostly

I only started taking these under a week ago, the headaches I can deal with, but the pain in my jaw, ear and cheek I cannot, the pain is worse than trigeminal neuralgia i get occasionally It only does that on the morning tablet and I really dont think I can take anymore of them, this pain is driving me mad to the point of wanting to scream with the pain and discomfort. ## Please can anyone tell me this is normal? as it lasts about an hour or so, I have even taken paracetamols to try and ease it which I think it is helping. ## It was coming on the afternoon tablet aswell and couldnt handle the terrible pain in my jaw so I have stopped it, had a few angina pains because of stopping it quickly but The jaw pain has practically ended now thank god. I really cant take this medicine I too will...

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How do you stop taking isosorbide mononitrate

I don't like the way I feel. Dizzy at times, stomach problems, constipated and dry mouth. ## How long have you been taking it and why was it prescribed? Those can be normal side effects, you may experience headache and diarrhea. However, since this is used to treat heart conditions, you shouldn't stop it, without your doctor's approval. Are you on any other medications?

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overdose of isosorbide mononitrate

I accidentally gave my father a isosorbide mononitrate ER before he went to bed tonight after he took one this morning. Should I call the doctor? ## While I doubt a double dose will do more than cause more side effects than usual, which the FDA lists as possibly including nausea, dizziness, and headache, it is always best to check with a doctor to be sure. How is your father doing? Did he experience any adverse effects?

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What Is Isosorb Mono Tab 30mg Er

I need to know what this medication is for. ## Isosorbide Mononitrate is most commonly used to treat Angina, because it works by dilating the blood vessels. Its most common side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, headache and hypotension. Learn more: Are there any other questions or comments? ## Have been taking Ranexa ... now switching to Isosorb Mono ER tablets ... how long do I need to be off Ranexa before taking the new medicine? ## Started taking Isosorb Mono ER and is drinking a glads of wine off limits. What kind of reaction might I feel ?

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Severe Headaches with Imdur

I began taking Imdur 30mg on December 15, 2015 because I began to have attacks of angina. I did not realize that I was supposed to be taking Imdur all along following 3 Stent insertions in June. The severe headaches began immediately - they are so debilitating I can not function. These headaches, which I read are supposed to lessen after a few days, have not. The headaches today are just as severe as they were a month ago. I have an appt. next Wednesday with my Cardiologist - because my angina continues, and the Imdur does not appear to be working and I am still having severe headaches. ## Hello, Patrick! How are you feeling? What did your cardiologist say? Headaches are a very common side effect of this medication, as reported by the FDA. You may also experience nausea, dizziness and f...

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isosorb mono tab 30mg er

pill red color R30 ## Sorry, I cannot confirm that from your pill description, I cannot find a listing for anything with R 30 on it. However, if you are certain of what it is, here is the monograph listing for this medication: Isosorbide Mononitrate ## I have taken this medicine for almost 5 years, whenever I stopped taking it (couldnt afford it)and started taking it again, I would get the terrible headaches until my body got used to it once again. After not taking it for almost six months, I got it refilled once again. The headaches arent there, the pill is different and I am wondering if I actully got Isosorb Mono like the bottle says. It is now a white pill, they were always red and it says Ku128 on it. ## can I break iosorb 30 tablets in two and take 1/2 at a time to reduce the side...

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Debilitating headaches and vomiting

In one day, I received a flu shot, started wearing progressive lenses in glasses for the first time, hit my head (minor), and started isosorbide. I spent most of the day vomiting with debilitating headaches. Some of the day was a return visit to the doctors office to vomit there as proof. At one point, I put a weightlifting plate wrapped in a towel on my head. The worthless pain medicine Tramadol did not help. Excedrin Migraine didn't help either. ## I am very sorry about what you experienced. Have the symptoms resolved? My best guess is that they were caused by the Isosorbide, it is well known to cause those types of side effects, as listed by the FDA. You may also experience dizziness, flushing and frequent urination. ## I started taking isosorb 3 months ago my doctor had me stop ...

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No more chest pain days before prescription arrived.

I was prescribed 60mg of imdul when i complained of recurring slight chest pain after a 2 minuets walk but pain disappears when i take a short rest and can then finish my walk with no pain. Few days before prescription arrived started not having the pain. Should i still take the medication when it arrived? Thanks. ## Hello, Ruben! How are you? Did they do any testing, such as as an EKG, or did they just prescribe the medication? It really depends on that. If they did testing and said that you need the medication, you should take it, but if not, you may want to get a second opinion from a cardiologist. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, and headache.

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For those who want to know

A cardiologist started me on Isosorbide Mononitrate after I had a few small heart attacks, before starting me on this , I needed nitrostat and the nurse took 40 minutes to bring it, my troponin levels kept increasing, so I've been taking it for over 3 years now, when I started - it took about a month for the headaches to quit, and when sitting - get up slowly and try not to bend over, crouch down using your knees and hold on the the back of a sturdy chair, getting up fast or bending over as to pick something up off the floor, resulted in a headache or a fainting feeling even 3 years later, my cardiologist said it was a normal side effect, the card nurse had the cardiologist use nitro paste on my chest at first , that day shift nurse that made me wait for nitro was getting even for me t

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Isosorb Mono er 60mg tab

I take it for my heart,is it a blood thinner or for blood pressure ? ## I take Isosorb Mono ER 60mg, is it a blood thinner or to slow my heart rate down? ## 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. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ## Should 60mm isosorb also be taken with 25mm metoprolol ## husband ran out of his isosorb can get ordered until next week what can I give him until then ## 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 ? ## Just like you, the veins on my hands, arms and shins now are enlarged....

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Severe headache

I was warned about the headaches as side effecyts which would disappear with pain The headaches have been far to severe to endure and I'm no wimp!! Anyone else encounter these. ## They don't disappear for everyone and, for some people, they do tend to be very severe. Have you tried anything for the headaches? Learn more Isosorbide information here. Have you gotten any advice from your doctor on what you can do for the headaches? ## I had the headaches and I am nauseated with this pill. Tylenol was no help at all and it made me vomit.. I am taking motrin now, because it doesn't make me vomit. I am on my third day of extended release. Have any of you found that the pain eventually goes away? ## I get such severe headaches ,they are so disabilitating that I can't do anythin...

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servere headaches..

I get servere headache which lasts for hours I may stop taking this med n justuse pump spray if get chest pain ## Hello, Ady! How are you doing? I'm sorry about the headaches. However, it would best to speak to your doctor, before stopping it, as there might be something you can use to help mitigate the headaches. The spray can also cause them. Other side effects, as listed by the FDA, may include nausea, dry mouth and drowsiness. Is there anything else I can help with?

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