Isosorbide Mono Er 30mg Tab Is The Same As Isosorbide Dinitate 30mg?

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Margot Says:


Isosorbide dinitate 30mg is cheaper and easier to find , just wondering about the Mono and dinitate



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Margot! How are you?

There are several reasons that one may be preferred over the other, including tolerance, patient compliance, the medical condition being treated and the patient's response to the medication.

Thus, it is best to take the one your doctor has prescribed, rather than just whichever one is cheaper.

This medication is most commonly used to treat angina and may cause side effects, such as nausea, headache and dizziness.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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brenda Says:

I have been taken isosorb mono 30mg E tab and have just had refilled pharmacy gave me Isosorb din 30 mg tab par my question is are they the same or should I contact my pharmacy and have them go back and refill my isosorb mono?


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