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User Reviews for Isosorbide dinitrate

Also known as: Dilatrate-SR, ISDN, Isochron, IsoDitrate, Isordil, Isordil Tembids, Isordil Titradose, Sorbitrate

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Heart Failure 0 reviews 112 medications
   
8.0
Angina 2 reviews 123 medications
   
6.5
Angina Pectoris Prophylaxis 1 reviews 128 medications
   
5.5
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Summary of Isosorbide dinitrate reviews 3 reviews 6.7

Reviews for Isosorbide dinitrate

For Angina Pectoris Prophylaxis: "Prior to this medication, I was depending on Nitro exclusively for Angina occurrence, with good results; I now take Isosorbide Dinatrate 10 mg three times daily with very little results, that I can determine. After every pill, I get angina in 1-2 hrs and this lasts until my next dosage. I don't think this medicine is appropriate for me."

   
2.0

olbugga (taken for less than 1 month) October 15, 2014

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For Angina: "I have been using this medicine for a few months now. No matter how much I wanted to feel better by doing so, this medicine never made any difference. I still have angina regardless of taking the tablets regularly 20 mg, twice a day."

   
4.0

Anonymous December 19, 2010

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For Angina: "Made a substantial difference in my quality of life. I get about 10 hours of pain free (angina) time per dose. I take a pill 2x daily and get almost full relief. Only time I get some little pain now is after a full dinner and some exertion. Before Isosorbide any exertion caused pain."

   
9.0

Anonymous April 30, 2008

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