Nimoden Tab 30mg 30’s

Nimoden Tab 30mg 30's

Nimoden Tab 30mg 30’s


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Pack Size: 30’s

Composition: Nimodipine

Pharmaceutical form: Tablet

Brand Name: High-Q

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Uses Of Nimoden Tab 30mg 30’s

  • Nimoden Tab 30mg 30’s is used to decrease problems due to a certain type of bleeding in the brain (subarachnoid hemorrhage-SAH).
  • Nimodipine is called a calcium channel blocker.
  • The body responds naturally in response to bleeding through narrowing of the blood vessel, which slows the flow of blood.
  • But, if the bleeding occurs in the brain the stopping of blood flow can cause more brain injury.
  • Nimodipine is believed to function by relaxing blood vessels that are narrowed within the brain,
  • Near the site of bleeding, so that blood flows more easily. This reduces damage to the brain.

Side Effects

  • Dizziness, lightheadedness and flushing or swelling of the ankles/feet can be experienced.
  • When any of the symptoms persist or get worse, consult your physician or your pharmacist promptly.
  • To prevent anxiety and lightheadedness To reduce lightheadedness and dizziness, slowly get up after stepping up from a sitting or lying posture.
  • Keep in mind the fact that you are taking this medication was prescribed by your doctor believes that the benefits for you is greater that the chance of adverse consequences.
  • A majority of people who take this medication do not suffer significant side effects.

How To Use Nimoden Tab 30mg 30’s

  • Before you begin when you start taking the drug nimodipine and every time you refill.
  • If you have questions you should ask your physician or pharmacist.
  • The medication should be taken as soon as it is feasible after the beginning the first blood clots in the brain typically within four days.
  • Nimodipine is administered as directed by your physician, typically each 4 hour period, one hour prior to or 2 hours after eating.
  • If you’re using the tablet version the medication you should take this medication in your mouth by drinking a large glasses of fluid (8 grams/240 milliliters) or until your physician advises not to.
  • Do not rest for more than 10 minutes following the use of this medication.
  • Take the tablet in its entirety. Do not crush the tablet.
  • If you’re taking the capsule version that this medicine is available, you should take it by by mouth as prescribed by your physician.
  • Take the capsule in whole.
  • If you’re unable to take a capsule in its entirety then you can poke through the capsule, then draw the liquid out using the syringe, then administer the liquid by the mouth or via Nasogastric tubes using an oral needle.
  • Don’t blend the capsule’s contents with any other liquids. In this way, you could block the medication from functioning. Don’t inject this medication.


  • The interaction of drugs could alter the way your medication function or may increase the risk of serious adverse consequences.
  • This guideline does not cover all interactions that could occur between drugs.
  • Keep a list of all the products you use (including prescription/nonprescription drugs and herbal products) and share it with your doctor and pharmacist.
  • Do not begin or stop, or alter the dosage of any medicine without your doctor’s permission.
  • Other medications can impact the elimination of the drug nimodipine in your system, which could influence how nimodipine performs its function. Examples include apalutamide, citidine Ivosidenib, enzalutamide mitotane and lumacaftor.
  • Also as well as antifungals made of azole (such like itraconazole) macrolide antifungals (such such as erythromycin) and Rifamycins (such such as Rifabutin), St. John’s herb, medications used in treating seizures (such as phenytoin, carbamazepine and phenytoin, and carbamazepine) in addition to others.


  • Before you start using this medicine inform your physician or pharmacist about your medical history, specifically of chest pain or heart attack that has occurred recently, lower blood pressure head injuries that have occurred recently and liver disease.
  • The drug can make you dizzy.
  • Drinking alcohol as well as cannabis ( cannabis) may cause you to become dizzy.
  • Avoid driving, using machines, or do anything that requires alertness until you’re able to be safe to do so. Limit alcoholic beverages.
  • Discuss with your doctor when you’re using cannabis (cannabis).



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