|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Offer|
|50 Tablet/s||US$ 0.06||US$ 3.15||
|100 Tablet/s||US$ 0.06||US$ 6.31||
|US Brand Name||Isordil|
|Generic Name||Isosorbide Dinitrate|
Sorbitrate 10 mg prevents and treats angina pectoris (tight chest pain). It is an adjunctive treatment in severe acute or chronic congestive cardiac failure. The active ingredient of the medicine is Isosorbide Dinitrate. It is an oral drug, a nitrate vasodilator active against arteries and veins. It is prescribed to widen your blood vessels, enabling blood flow more easily. Isosorbide dinitrate is used alone or with other medicines to prevent symptoms of chest pain caused by heart disease. This medicine is not intended to be taken just before physical activities to prevent chest pain. Other treatments may be required to treat these conditions. Consult your doctor for more information regarding the use of this medicine.
Before beginning treatment, carefully read the prescription given by your doctor. Your doctor will tell you when and how to take Sorbitrate 10 mg. You must take it exactly as prescribed by your doctor. If you have any treatment like an operation or dental treatment, let your doctor know the treatment and which medicine you are taking. Lifestyle changes such as diet, exercise, and not smoking may help this medication work better.
Sorbitrate 10 mg is contraindicated in patients allergic to isosorbide dinitrate or its ingredients. Do not use this drug in patients taking certain other medicines for erectile dysfunction, such as tadalafil, sildenafil, and vardenafil. Concomitant use can cause myocardial ischemia and severe hypotension.
Before taking Sorbitrate tablets, make sure your doctor knows if you have:
— low blood pressure
— thyroid problems
— liver, kidney, or heart condition
— recently suffered a heart attack
— poor nutrition
— Take other medicines, including those you take without a prescription, vitamins, or herbal supplements. If you are taking any products that help to treat erectile dysfunction
During pregnancy, Sorbitrate 10 mg should only be used when prescribed by your doctor. It is unknown whether the medication passes into breast milk. Speak to your doctor before breastfeeding.
Common side effects include:
— Headache - Ask your doctor to recommend a suitable pain killer.
— Light-headedness - Getting up slowly will help. If you begin to feel dizzy, sit or lie down, so you do not faint. Then keep sitting for a few minutes before standing.
— Flushing - If troublesome, talk to your doctor.
Talk to your doctor if you experience any other symptoms you think may develop due to this medicine.