Trinipatch (Generic name: nitroglycerin) is an anti-anginal skin patch. It works by absorbing into the skin and widening blood vessels, making it easier for the heart to pump blood. Trinipatch is used to prevent, not treat, angina attacks (chest pain). Your doctor may also prescribe Trinipatch for other conditions.
TriniPatch Side Effects:
Trinipatch side effects include headache, mild dizziness, flushing of face or neck, fast heartbeat, restlessness, nausea, or vomiting. See your doctor immediately if you experience any of these severe side effects: irregular heartbeat, convulsions, feeling of extreme pressure in the head, trouble breathing, blue-coloured skin or fingernails. Patients may experience side effects not listed here. Talk to your doctor about side effects or potential drug interactions before taking Trinipatch.
Do NOT take Trinipatch if you are allergic to any of the ingredients in the medication or the patch. Talk to your doctor about medication interactions. Trinipatch can cause adverse reactions in patients who are taking erectile dysfunction medication, beta blockers, blood pressure medications or other medications that may not be listed here. If you miss a dose, take Trinipatch as soon as you remember. However, if it is close to the time of your next dose, just take the regularly scheduled dose. Do not take 2 doses at once. Talk to your doctor before using Trinipatch if you have any of these conditions: congestive heart failure, kidney disease or low blood pressure. Trinipatch should not be used in pregnant or lactating women. Sufficient studies have not been completed. Keep Trinipatch away from children.
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