Isosorbide Mono Er 30mg Tab Can I Drink And Take This At The Same Time

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ILona Says:


My husband just got isosorb mono er 30 mg and it makes his hear hurt real bad what kind of headack medson can he take can he drink while takeing isosorb mono er 30 mg



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Verwon Says:

Hi, ILona! Sorry about your husband's headaches.

Learn more Isosorbide details here.

This medication can cause them as a side effect. Has he consulted his doctor?

When being treated for any cardiac condition, it is very important that he does so, before taking anything. Depending on his condition and the severity, he may not be able to take certain ones.

Is he being treated for angina? Does he have any other medical conditions and take any other medications?

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