What is Lycinate used for?
Lycinate is used for angina.
What do you mean by angina?
Angina is a pain or discomfort in the chest, often spreading to the arms or neck and sometimes to the shoulders and back. This is usually caused by too little blood and oxygen getting to the heart muscle. The pain of angina is usually brought on by exercise or stress.
In which category do Lycinate belong?
Lycinate belongs to a group of medicines called nitrates. It lets more blood and oxygen reach the heart muscle.
How to take Lycinate?
The pharmacist's label on the pack will tell you how to take Lycinate. If there is something you do not understand, ask your doctor or pharmacist.
How much to take Lycinate?
At the first sign of an attack, sit down and place 1(one) Lycinate tablet under your tongue or in your cheek, and allow it to dissolve.