How To Stop Taking The Right Heart Medicine?
I am 21 years old . Yesterday I had a left chest pain that penetrated to my back and felt anxious … And I used to have a history of gastric disease … But the doctor gave me cedocard / anginaa medicine. They say my heart is beating … Is it okay to stop taking cedocard medicine right away? Considering the chest pain is no longer sick and taking cedocard medication cma 1 time
Hello Husain, Thank you for the question.
Did you ask the doctor about the doctor's diagnosis? Did you ask the doctor for the reason for giving the medicine? Chest pain can be caused by a number of the following health conditions:
angina gastric acid disease pleurisy effusion pleural injury chest wall anxiety disorders heart rhythm disorders Cedocard is a drug containing isosorbid dinitrate used to treat chest pain in sufferers of angina or coronary heart disease. Angina is a chest pain caused by reduced blood flow and oxygen to the heart muscle. This drug is not generally used to treat palpitations unless palpitations are caused by angina. Usually if you suspect angina, the doctor will carry out further examinations such as x-rays and ECGs. If you do not experience angina and are caused by other causes, then the administration of this drug is not appropriate and can be stopped. You should re-discuss this with the doctor who treated you before because the doctor is more aware of the cause of your complaint after checking you. The doctor will tell you whether the drug can be stopped.
Hopefully this information is useful.