FAQs ABOUT XIDORIN
Can XIDORIN cause heart palpitations?
Yes, XIDORIN may cause irregular and fast heartbeat as it is one of the side effects of this medicine. This may result in the risk of falling down. Other symptoms include blurred vision, weakness, or tiredness, feeling sick. Consult your doctor immediately if you experience any abnormal heartbeat or signs of abnormal heartbeat (such as chest pain, dizziness, fainting).
How does XIDORIN works?
XIDORIN acts on the blood vessels via the sympathetic nervous system (part of nervous system that cause increase in heart rate, blood pressure, breathing rate, and dilatation of pupil) to correct the imbalances of blood distribution, such as preventing too much blood pooling in the legs when standing up which may cause low blood pressure.
Is it safe to use XIDORIN in older patients?
Yes, but it should be used with caution in elderly with regular monitoring of blood pressure levels and your doctor may monitor your vital organs as it may cause damage to liver, kidney, and heart.
What happens if I stop taking XIDORIN?
Do not stop taking XIDORIN without talking to your doctor first. Stopping this medicine suddenly can cause your blood pressure to fall and may increase the risk of blurred vision, dizziness, fainting or death.
Who should not take XIDORIN?
You should not use XIDORIN if you have severe heart disease, overactive thyroid, an adrenal gland tumour, kidney disease, heart disease, liver disease, painful urination, or if your blood pressure is high even while lying down. Consult your doctor immediately if you experience any unusual effects.