Nitroglycerin For Pre Workout

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I took a 0.4 mg. Nitro prior to a 5 min. Extremely high intensity physical fitness test. Once I got to the last station I had burned out with no leg strength and completely exhausted to the point of feeling about to pass out and vomit. It took me 2:13 minutes to go through the first 4 stations. Over 3 minutes to complete the last station, which should only take about 45 seconds. I am out of shape but normally don’t have this happen. My blood pressure was about 148 systolic before taking nitro. I ran this “combat challenge “ about 5 minutes after the nitro. Do you think the nitro had a negative effect and caused the failure. I was also pale as a ghost.

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Verwon Says:

Has this medication been prescribed for you? And did your doctor tell you to take it before the fitness test? Do you have a heart condition requiring Nitro?

There is a chance it contributed to the failure, but that really depends on other details about your health, and the answers to the questions I asked above. Do you have a blood pressure problem, or a cardiac condition?

The FDA lists the typical Nitro side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, and headache.

Can you please post back with more details? Are you on any other medications?

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