Nifedepine

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If you have angina (chest pain) or high blood pressure (hypertension), your healthcare provider may prescribe nifedipine. The drug comes in both tablet and capsule form, and is typically taken one to four times a day. Possible side effects include headaches, flushing, and dizziness. Currently, both brand-name and generic versions of nifedipine are licensed for sale.
 
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