Monit GTN 2.6 tablet is used to prevent chest pain caused by angina pectoris, spasms in the blood vessels of the heart mainly due to blockages in the heart vessels. It contains glyceryl trinitrate or nitroglycerin as its active component. It acts as a vasodilator that helps in dilating and relaxing the blood vessels of the heart, thus reducing the pressure on the heart by making it easier to pump blood. You should take this medicine as advised by your doctor. You should never stop taking this medicine without consulting your doctor, as it may increase the risk of heart-related complications. Inform your doctor about all the known medical conditions and medication history....
Q: Can I stop using Monit GTN 2.6 tablet if I feel better after taking this medicine?
A: No, you should never stop taking Monit GTN 2.6 tablet. Abrupt stopping of this medicine may result in angina attack (sudden chest pain) and other conditions resulting in heart attack and difficulty in breathing. Your doctor will gradually reduce the dose of the medicine before stopping the medicine completely. Talk to your doctor for more advice.
Q: Is Monit GTN 2.6 tablet taken sublingually?
Q: Can I take a Viagra tablet if I am taking Monit GTN 2.6 tablet?
A: No, you should not take Viagra tablet along with this medicine, as it may potentiate blood pressure-lowering effect. Viagra tablet contains sildenafil. Concomitant use of both the medicine may result in life-threatening conditions.
Q: What is Monit GTN used for?
A: Monit GTN is used to prevent chest pain (angina pectoris) mainly due to heart blockage.
Q: When should I take the Monit GTN?
A: Take the Monit GTN exactly as your doctor tells you to. GTN tablets are used under your tongue. The medicine is absorbed into your body very quickly this way, so it can be used for fast relief of chest pain caused by angina.