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Were you looking for information about Nitroglycerin? Nitroglycern is a common misspelling of nitroglycerin.
 
If you have angina (chest pain) caused by coronary artery disease, your healthcare provider may prescribe nitroglycerin (Minitran™, Nitro-Bid®, Nitro-Dur®, Nitrolingual®, NitroMist®, Nitrostat®, Rectiv™). This medication works to treat or prevent angina by relaxing the arteries and veins, improving blood flow and oxygen supply to the heart. It is also used to treat anal fissures. Because there are several nitroglycerin products, dosing guidelines will vary depending on the particular product used. Side effects may include headaches, fainting, and lightheadedness.
 
(Click Nitroglycerin for more information about how this medication works and when and how to use it, as well as the various forms and strengths that are available. You can also click any of the links in the box to the right for specific information.)
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