Isosorb Mono Tab 30mg Er

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Verwon Says:

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

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Ramona Says:

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.

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betts Says:

can I break iosorb 30 tablets in two and take 1/2 at a time to reduce the side effects of headaches, untilI I build up tolerance to the med. ??

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Frances Says:

I recently refilled my perscription for Isosorb Mono 30mg at WalMart, and the pill changed color from white to pink. Is there a difference?

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Susan Says:

I too have recently had my refill for Isosorb change from white to a pink tablet. The refill was at Walmart in Salem, Oregon. The pill has a 30 on one side and WW or MM on the other side. Tonight is the first dose of this 'version'.

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samantha Says:

well i started with a white pill myself and i get mines refilled at walmart and they have always been white i have been takeing them for a good while now i finally refill them and they are red but they are the same meds. just diff. color

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Vilma Says:

I tried the new pink one and is not working for me I have headaches during nightime, plus I have been sleepy, very unusual. I prefer the other white from Kremmers. Walmart please put it back in your stores, these are not good for us.

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Fred Says:

My cardiologist stopped my isosibride mono cold turkey.Said it might be covering up a problem.Since I stopped it I've my face got flused,blood pressure went up and face got cl;ammy.

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Belva Says:

Can I cut iosorb30 in to. I didn't have chest pain till I started on this pill. I would like to get off it.

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Belva Says:

Want to stop iosorb30. Shell I cut then in to first and only take 1/2 for a week or two?

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david Says:

ive taken it for six months, since i had 4 bypasses, i tried to quit it twice, and both times had chest pains. i cut it in half for a while, but worried since it was extended release, was that wise. im back on a full one now daily in morning, i dont like it but it beats angina, and it sure beats death...i think.

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Tom Says:
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Day 1 15mg.
2hrs. After taking..felt tired...took a nap.
Got up walked to mailbox..noticed a "drunk" feeling...hands and feet got really cold..
Slight headache feeling nothing real bad..
Weird...guess I'll get used to it.

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Ted Says:

Wife is on Isosorbide Mono NItrate and is having issues with dizziness, headaches and Nausea. How long do these side effects continue before going away?

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Junie Says:
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I took it to same thing now 3 months later still sick going to neurologist to have mri stupid heart doctors

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Junie Says:
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I have taken isosorb 30 mg er for only 7 days but the effect of the drug has had me sick for 2 months with all the symptoms. No help from my heart doctor, so after searching I know what the problem is and I haven't found anywhere that the manufacturer has mentioned this as a side effect (electrolyte imbalance). This drug takes some of your most important vitamins and depletes them, and if you don't get it taken care of it could cause death.

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