FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: IMDUR

User Comments:


For Angina “Was prescribed this medication by new cardiologist while hospitalized to help with spasms associated with Prinzmetal’s (variant) angina. So far I feel a difference in my condition, but will form a more solid opinion when I’m on Imdur a bit longer.”

LDinPA March 10, 2017


For Angina Pectoris Prophylaxis “Took half dose, 15 mg, and spent two days feeling terrible. It caused chest and back pain, shortness of breath, confusion, dizziness, anxiety, and a general really sick feeling. It did relieve angina but it was not worth the side effects. Really bad medicine.”

NCDavid February 19, 2017


For Angina Pectoris Prophylaxis “my mother was prescribed imdur this after heart attack stent placement. She had horrible body aches and felt like her body was crushed, worst pain of her life she said. plus her feet were on fire and her body was ice cold she was shivvering and couldn’t see so it affected her eyes too”

monkeyponycalleigh (taken for less than 1 month) March 2, 2016


For Angina Pectoris Prophylaxis “In bed 24 hours severe pain head to toe blurred vision vomiting light sensitive extreme this all happened on the day that I took imdur – I’m taking 30 milligrams the next day I was in bed till about 2 I felt 75% better did not take imdur called the doctor and told them what was going on would not recommend this medication to my worst enemy”

Sally66 February 1, 2016


For Angina Pectoris Prophylaxis “I had chest pain and palpitations. Was prescribed Imdur and took 1 tablet. That was the worst 3 days of my life. I prefer the angina to the “cure.” Caused nausea, vomiting, intense pain (felt like my body was made of broken glass), every sound went right thru me, and every noise was excruciating. Never again.”

Sonny Beach November 3, 2015


For Heart Failure “I don’t have chest pains but my heart was beating irregularly. Since being on Imdur my heart beats regular now.”

picanose September 2, 2014

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