Medications Linked to Increased Risk of 'Chest pain' (Angina Pectoris)

This section presents medications that are known to potentially lead to 'Chest pain' as a side effect." It's important to note that mild side effects are quite common with medications.
Please be aware that the drugs listed here are individual medications and may be part of a broader combination therapy. This information is meant to be a helpful resource but should not replace professional medical advice. If you're concerned about 'Chest pain', it's best to consult a healthcare professional.
In addition to 'Chest pain', other symptoms or signs might better match your side effect. We have listed these below for your convenience. If you find a symptom that more closely resembles your experience, you can use it to identify potential medications that might be the cause.

Drugs with the Side Effect - Chest pain


Most other Common Side Effects: Chills, fever, feeling hot or cold, difficulty in breathing, nausea, swelling of the face, mouth, and throat, flushing, headache, vomiting, tingling, fatigue, itching, pain in extremity, high blood pressure, throat tightness, abdominal pain, dizziness, fast heart rate, nasal congestion, diarrhea, muscle pain, back pain, pallor, slow heart rate, hives, low blood pressure, face swelling, rash, and drowsiness


Most other Common Side Effects: Headache, palpitations, diarrhea, weakness, fluid retention, nausea, abdominal pain, dizziness, difficulty in breathing, flatulence, vomiting, fever, swelling in the extremities, rash, hives, loss of appetite, fast heart rate, inflammation of pharynx, uneasiness, tingling, back pain, itching and indigestion


Most other Common Side Effects: Yawning, involuntary movements, nausea, vomiting, bruising, redness at the injection site region, drowsiness, dizziness, runny nose, hallucinations, swelling, increased sweating, flushing and pallor


Most other Common Side Effects: Nausea, joint pain, headache


Most other Common Side Effects: Respiratory tract infection, nausea, stomach pain, loss of appetite, fainting, low blood pressure, palpitation and anemia


Most other Common Side Effects: Weakness, high blood pressure, vomiting, leg cramps, sensory loss, tingling, difficulty in breathing, rash, blood in urine, urinary tract infection, flu syndrome, joint inflammation, and lung inflammation


Most other Common Side Effects: anxiety, dizziness, slow or fast heart rate, difficulty in breathing, abdominal pain and musculoskeletal pain


Most other Common Side Effects: Dizziness, tingling, headache, dry mouth, fatigue, flushing


Most other Common Side Effects: Difficulty in breathing, fever, chills


Most other Common Side Effects: Injection site reaction, dilatation of blood vessels, rash, runny nose

Interferon Beta 1A

Most other Common Side Effects: Influenza-like symptoms (headache, fatigue, fever, rigors, back pain, muscle pain), abdominal pain, depression, raised alkaline phosphatase, and blood disorder

Ipratropium Bromide

Most other Common Side Effects: Flu-like symptoms, tremor, sleeplessness, nervousness, constipation, sore throat

Pentetate Calcium Trisodium Inj

Most other Common Side Effects: Headache, lightheadedness, allergic reaction, dermatitis, metallic taste, cough, wheezing, nausea and diarrhea, and injection site reactions


Most other Common Side Effects: Dizziness, palpitations, taste disturbance, blurred vision, difficulty in breathing, nausea, constipation, anxiety, fatigue, upper respiratory tract infection, influenza, first-degree heart block, and vomiting


Most other Common Side Effects: Dizziness, coughing, fatigue, nausea , vomiting, low blood pressure, difficulty in breathing, diarrhea, headache, muscle pain, rash and back pain

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