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Are There Any Side Effects To Quiting Isosorbide Mn Er 60mg After Taking For 15 Days



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Verwon Says:

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?

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