Isosorbide Mn 30 Mg

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produce caida del pelo???? ## No, no aparece nada acerca de mononitrato de isosorbida se conoce que causa la pérdida del cabello. ¿Ha consultado a su médico? Siempre es difícil decir cómo cualquier medicamento afectar a cualquier persona ya que se utiliza, por lo que debe discutir sus preocupaciones con su médico para llegar a la raíz del problema. ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Mon, Jan 30 '12, 1:09 PM
isosorbide mn er 30 MG
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I did not remember if I had taken the above pill this morning so I took another pill -- that equals 60 MG. Did I do the right thing? I did not feel that I could do without if I had not taken it. ## This medication, which is commonly used to treat Angina, can cause some problems if you take too much, such as: dehydration, low blood pressure, rapid heart beat and trouble breathing. Thus, it is never advisable to take more than the prescribed dosage. You should really ask your doctor what they want you to do, if you think you missed a dose. Of course, it is always better to just ensure that you don't and thereby avoid the problem. Some tips that can help you make sure you don't miss a dose are: 1) Make sure you take it around the same time each day, that way it becomes habit to tak... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Chest Pain (Angina).
Tue, Oct 20 '15, 6:35 PM
Isosorbide Mn Er 30mg Side Effects
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Isosorbide MN ER 30 MG - I took this drug - 1 each day - for 1 1/2 months to relieve the steady pain of Esophagul Spasms and developed severe headaches. Thought at first it was from arthritis in my back so went a chiropractor for 1 month - no help there. Stopped taking this drug for 4 nights and "WOW" No headaches. I will NOT take anymore of this medication. Jan E. ## Who told you to take it to treat that? Isosorbide Mononitrate is usually used to treat angina pectoris, because it dilates the blood vessels and can reduce the pressure on them. Thus, it is not a pain reliever, nor a muscle relaxant. Learn more Isosorbide MN details here. And headaches are a very common side effect of this medication, due to the very nature of how it works. ## Your headache indeed was because of th... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Arthritis.
Sat, Aug 12 '17, 6:40 PM
fatigue help with isosorbide mn er 30mg?
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Does this medication also treat fatigue if it is related to a narrowing of a coronary artery? My husband's LAD has a small area of ischemia which has caused slight chest pain but he has been angina free every since his stress test which showed the above. He took one 1/2 tablet of Isosorbide min er 30 mg. as doc directed and experienced some light headedness. and decided not to take it anymore. However, though he has no symptoms of angina, he complains off fatigue. the med. opens the LAD causing more blood & oxygen to reach that heart area, so could it also help his fatigue? ## Hello, Bobby! How are you and your husband? In theory, it could, if that's what is causing his fatigue. However, it is often difficult to know what is causing such an issue. Does he take any other medi... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Chest Pain (Angina).
Tue, Feb 25 '14, 10:00 AM
isosorbide mono er 90mg tab
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was prescribed 90 mg isosorbide mn er, was given 30 mg and 60 mg to take. is there a 90 mg pill? ## Hello, Mary! How are you? No, I'm sorry, there isn't. Side effects to this medication may include nausea, dizziness, headache and sleep disturbances. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Tue, Apr 29 '14, 4:10 PM
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i NEED TO TAKE THIS DRUG OUT OF MY DAILY MEDICINE BOX AND DO NOT KNOW WHICH ONE IT IS-I need a picture or shape ## Hi Kaye, I've Identified a round looking white pill with imprint KU 128 as Isosorbide mononitrate extended-release (30 mg). KU 128 is imprinted on the front, there is a score line down the middle on the back. It is manufactured by Kremers Urban and has a National Drug Code of 62175-0128. Do you think this could be your pill? Please post back if you have any questions. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Isosorbide Mononitrate.
Thu, Oct 31 '13, 7:01 PM

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