Side Effectsof Isosorbide Mono 60 Mg

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arthur Says:

my blood pressure seem to be dropping 62-67,70 during day and i have several bad feeling spells lasting long at times and i wanting to know if my isosorb mono 60mg er along with my other meds, losartan-hctz, metoprolol,klor-con have anything to do with some days i feel sick as a dog as the old sayin

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Verwon Says:

I'm going to add some information here for anyone else seeking similar details on blood pressure issues.

When it's dropping severely low, like Arthur stated, there is always a chance that it could be due to one or more of the medications you're taking.

In that case, the best thing you can do is talk to your doctor about it. They can usually help you determine which one(s) may be causing the issue, since some are more prone to doing so than others.

You may need to do some testing and eliminating, by taking different ones at different times, not taking one for awhile, or changing the doses of one or more of them, to see which is causing the issue. But all needs to be done under your doctor's supervision and following their directions.

The other thing that you need to look at is your fluid intake, especially if you are one a medication such as the one containing HCTZ that Arthur mentioned.

That stands for Hydrochlorothiazide and it is a diuretic that helps remove excess fluid from the body, but of course you may run into a problem if you aren't taking in enough fluid each day. If that happens, you may end up dehydrated, which could also explain these types of symptoms.

Learn more Hydrochlorothiazide details here.

As a general rule, unless your doctor has instructed you otherwise, if you are on a diuretic such as this, you need to take in at least 64ounces of liquid each day and you shouldn't count anything highly caffeinated or alcoholic.

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kundansingh Says:
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I am using ak3 from two months but tittle hart pain throat pain and little bit Faber also and loss of apitite weakness also what should I do please say

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