Side Effects And Rules In Taking Medication In Coronary Heart Disease?
Hello…rnI want to ask, isdn has a side effect of dilation of blood vessels so that it causes headaches, so after drinking isdn and this effect occurs, can I take pain medication to get rid of the headache? For example paracetamol.rnThanks doc….
Isosorbide dinitrate is a nitrate class of drugs used in cases of coronary heart disease or in cases of angina. ISDN works by dilating blood vessels so that blood vessels can flow blood to muscles smoothly.
Side effects that can arise are dizziness, headache, hypotension, nausea, skin rash or more severe reactions such as severe headache, visual disturbances, impaired consciousness, paleness, or cold sweats which require further treatment by a doctor.
Side effects do not always arise in every individual, so pay attention to the rules for taking the medicine given by the doctor. The effects of ISDN itself can also cause hypotension which can also cause dizziness or headaches, so you need to pay attention to blood pressure and heart rate when taking these drugs.
If side effects occur every time you take ISDN, you should re-examine the treating doctor to find out the factors that cause it or replace treatment with another.
May be useful,
dr. Adi P.