Jeanna25 in British Heart Foundation2 years ago
I was put on this 6 weeks ago and every day about 2 hours after taking it I am dizzy and feel weak and as if I am going to faint. Is this no...
bowler in British Heart Foundationa year agoPOPULAR
Hello I have just picked up my tablets and start them tomorrow morning.
I know we all react differently to meds, but does anyone take them ?...
Caradomben in AF Associationa year ago
Hi I suffer from PAF and was prescribed isosorbide mononitrate for angina in January which came on during an attack .
I also take 2.5 mg bis...
Picass in British Heart Foundation8 months agoPOPULAR
Can anyone tell me if they are taking Isosorbide mononitrate if they have dry mouth resulting in tooth loss
Lynn1966 in British Heart Foundation8 months ago
Hi ,I was put on 30 mg of isosorbide mononitrate by the hospital last Tuesday. They certainly help with the sharp pains during the day but b...
Caradomben in AF Association2 years ago
Hi does anyone take isosorbide mononitrate (elantan la) .
My GP has prescribed this as a trial as he thinks I could have angina .
I have paro...
bowler in British Heart Foundationa year ago
You may remember me posting on here re taking I M, and asking about side effects etc.,
Well I took my first dose this morning at approx....
Hi just started on isosorbide mononitrate 10 mg . Not sure when I should take the second dose. My prescription says 12 midday but I only too...
lateguitarist in British Heart Foundation6 months ago
I have talked to quite a few people who have Atherosclerosis or had a HA, and it seems not many of them have been prescribed this drug, whi...
Isosorbide mononitrate for Raynauds
buttercuup in Scleroderma & Raynaud's UK (SRUK)6 months ago
Hi, I'm new here and having a bad time with my Raynauds at the moment. I've been taking amlodipine for years and this week I was prescribed ...
Tablet Dilemma - Isosorbide Mononitrate
whitebirdb in British Heart Foundation2 months ago
I recently had a right coronary artery stent replaced due to blockage in the original. The ‘short of breath’ symptoms didn’t improve and a ...
Newbie. Weaning off isosorbide nitrate
Flossyfi in British Heart Foundationa year ago
Hi, my husband, 54, had a heart attack just over a year ago but had continued and continuous chest pain afterwards. He was referred back to...
Couple of questions about isosorbide mononitrate modified release
dunestar in British Heart Foundation3 months ago
As I understand it (from the NICE guidelines) you have to have a period of downtime from the effects of isosorbide mononitrate or else you c...
Hidden in British Heart Foundationa year ago
Not posted for a while as being having a rough time lately but thought I would ask the questionand I`ve got the joy of another stress MRI ...
Adizem SR 90mg
Hippyjen in British Heart Foundation9 months ago
Hi my husband has various health problems one of which is AF Parkinson's Pacemaker fitted but my question is he has been on the tablets for ...
Heart medications for triple vessel heart disease and annual/quarterly checkup
controlcause in British Heart Foundation6 months ago
I am looking out to get some feedbacks on
1)Different type of heart medications
2)Quarterly blood works and annual echo & stress test
I am ta...
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BusaMags in British Heart Foundation9 months ago
I have Angina so they think. Seeing the consultant on 30th for 1st time. Bit nervous as I have had symptoms for nearly 2years and been ig...
M V A
kawiz900 in British Heart Foundation5 months ago
I was diagnosed with micro vascular angina and told there is only one pill to treat it \"TILDIEM\" the side effects from it are awful and i...
Heart Failure Medication
Prada47 in British Heart Foundation2 years ago
Just wondering what people are taking for Heart Failure??
I take Candesartan 8 mg Bisoprolol 5 mg, Asprin75mg, Furosemide 20mg, Eplere...
Dancingmaid in British Heart Foundationa year ago
I have heart failure diagnosed October last year. I left hospital on Omeprazole, Frusemide. Isosorbide mononitrate, ramipril, Bisoprolol, di...
MichaelJH in British Heart Foundationa year ago
I am starting to think that it would be extremely useful if people had \"signatures\" that could appear at the end of posts (less important...
taking my medication
Edgegolf in British Heart Foundation6 months ago
hi I am a new to this site diagnos with angina last week I was given bisoprolol 2.5mg. And monomial xl 60 mg. I had a attack this morning...
satishnaik in British Heart Foundation5 months ago
I had heart attack in January 2019 The reason was contraction of artillery vain , no deposition of plaques into artillery vain .what madicat...
Angina in small arteries
BusaMags in British Heart Foundation8 months ago
Hi all. Had my angiogram yesterday (lots of nerves for no reason) I found out all large arteries clear 👏👏👏 but cardiologist believe that ...
Good Cardiologist Review
Prada47 in British Heart Foundation9 days ago
Had a review today with results from recent Stress MRI EF has remained at 43% in the last 3 years I have moved from 27% to 35% to 43% now ...
Micro vascular angina
2stents in British Heart Foundation23 days ago
Bit of a long story.. have 2 stents fitted as some if you may know I have been on here before.. both stents have blockages been backwards an...
I am waiting for stents, and wondered if medication is reduced sometime after having the procedure.
I take Ramipril, isosorbide, mononitrat...
james223 in British Heart Foundation2 months ago
Amlodipine make my legs swell so doc has given me water tablets. Can anyone tell me if I take one in the morning how long I will need to k...
Avoiding using GTN spray
Kered10 in British Heart Foundationa year ago
Hi there. I'm here to try to help my 82yo Mum, who has had angina for a few years. Because she has suffered disabling migraine headache thro...
Lately my heart failure hasn't been controlled by the drugs I'm on so a trip to the Drs Friday landed me in hospital for the weekend. They d...
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