dizziness upon standing, sleepiness or drowsiness, low blood pressure, loss of appetite and/or weight loss, excessive sweating, indigestion, dry mouth, nausea, tremor, feeling swollen or bloated, visual disturbance, Dizziness, feeling tired or sluggish, muscle cramp, rapid weight gain, changes in sensation, allergy, dehydration, vomiting, stomach pain or discomfort, liver abnormality, ringing in the ears and/or feeling a spinning sensation, increase in creatinine or urea in your blood, blood in urine, pain in extremity, difficulty urinating, abnormal blood counts, hallucination, nose bleed, or gas, impotence., altered sensation, double vision, cough, dark urine, hot flushes, joint swelling, difficulty sleeping, blurred vision, feeling weak, confusion, itching, anxiety, headache, constipation, kidney failure
Frequently Ask Questions:
Q. Is ranolazine available in Canada/ Australia/ FDA approved?Ranolazine is an FDA approved drug and it is available in Canada and Australia.
Q. Is ranolazine generic?Ranolazine is a generic drug and it is available in different brand names (Ranolaz, Ranexa).
Q. Is ranolazine a blood thinner?Ranolazine belongs to class of medication called antianginals. It is not a blood thinner.
Q. Does ranolazine decrease mortality?Ranolazine is used for treatment of angina (chest pain) and it reduces the risk of mortality.