(also known as Isosorbide Mononitrate)
Nitrates are used to treat the symptoms of angina (chest pain). Depending on the type of dosage form and how it is taken, nitrates are used to treat angina in three ways:
- To relieve an attack that is occurring by using the medicine when the attack begins;
- To prevent attacks from occurring by usin... continue
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Same as above. her legs, ankles and feet had been very swollen but got back to normal size for past 2 months. After recent confrontational event, she is swollen again.
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Helps with chest pain and heart palputations and irregular heart beat
It keeps my angina pain baseline level at 3/10 which is just tolerable.
The headaches were terrible, so I had to stop taking it.
The headache this caused was pretty unbearable and he continued to have chest discomfort.
I use it but I don't like it, causes head aches.
Worked kinda for angina pain but made my head hurt
Gave me MAJOR Migraines- had to stop taking but it did work some
Too Soon To Tell
The 2 stents are questionable. Platlets still seem high and WBC are chronically above 17K. No leukemia evidence but very anemic. They fear a bleed some where.
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