Diltiazem And Nicorandil Safe Dosage

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Phyllis mitchell Says:

I have been prescribed nicorandl 10mg 2 a day , but l allready take diltiazem 60mg 2 a day .l feel nervous to take them together as l have had bad side affects with other tablets in the past.

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phyllis Says:

Do l take nicorandil and diltiazam together at the same time .
One twice a day for both, 250mg ditiazam and 10 mg of nicorandil

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Phyllis! How are you?

How high is your blood pressure? Or do you take them for a heart condition?

To get it under control, you should follow your doctor's instructions.

The FDA lists the typical side effects of these medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination and hypotension.

And please take the prescribed dosage.

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phyllis Says:

Hi thanks for reply, my blood pressure is ok, l take them because l get chest discomfort when walking up inclines,( angina), l feel ok once on flat again and at other times. I was just told to take nicorandil twince a day , but l just took one and got the chest discomfort which lasted all day untill next morning, l also had upset stomach and headache, l am just taking diltiazam 2 a day and feel:-) ok on them, but still get chest pain if walking uphill, that is reason l was given nicorandil.Am reluctant to take anymore.

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