What Anginine is used for?
Anginine medicine is used for angina. It is a a pain or discomfort in the chest, often spreading to the arms or neck and sometimes to the shoulders and back.
When you must not use Anginine?
Do not use Anginine if you have ever had an allergic reaction to: glyceryl trinitrate, which is the active ingredient in Anginine.
How much to use Anginine?
If Angina is not relieved in consumption of one tablet within 5 minutes, take another dose of Anginine. You may use up to 2 tablets to relieve the angina pain or discomfort.
How to use Anginine?
Anginine is absorbed through the lining of your mouth. Place your Anginine tablet under your tongue or in your cheek and allow dissolving. It will dissolve more easily if your mouth is not dry.
How long to use it?
After using Anginine, you should get relief of your angina pain or discomfort in just some minutes. When this occurs spit out any of the tablet which remains in mouth to avoid side effect like headache.
Things to be careful of while using Anginine?
Be careful driving or operating machinery until you know how Anginine affects you. Get up slowly when getting out of bed or standing up, as you may feel light-headed, dizzy or faint. Be careful when drinking alcohol while you are using Anginine.