Buy Nitrolingual Pump Spray (Nitroglycerin)

TypeDrug NameDosagePrice from 
drug typeNitrolingual Pump Spray0.4 mg/spray/200 dose$49.99

Generic Equivalent of Nitrolingual Pump Spray

TypeDrug NameDosagePrice from 
drug typeNitroglycerin0.4 mg/spray/200 dose$23.99

Nitrolingual Pump Spray Information

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How and Where to Buy Nitrolingual Pump Spray Online?

You can place your prescription order for a Nitrolingual Pump Spray here at If you need assistance, or would rather place your order over the phone, dial 1-866-485-7979. We carry both the brand name Nitrolingual Pump Spray and its generic counterpart in stock. No matter how you choose to order, you will have to have a valid prescription from your doctor.

Are there Alternative Names for the Brand and Generic Nitrolingual Pump Spray?

Nitrolingual Pump Spray is the brand name spray manufactured by Sanofi Aventis here in Canada, but a generic nitroglycerin spray is also available from India.

What Dosages and Forms is Nitrolingual Pump Spray available in?

Nitrolingual Pump Spray comes in a 0.4 mg/spray dosage for both the brand name spray and the generic spray.

What is Nitrolingual Pump Spray used for?

Nitrolingual Pump Spray is a nitrate-based pump which works by dilating blood vessels. The Nitrolingual Pump Spray is mainly used in preventing or relieving symptoms of a sudden angina attack caused by chronic heart disease. Chest pains can be debilitating, but this spray can help alleviate the symptoms to help the patient get more oxygen to the heart, or provide relief while they make their way to the hospital.

Prime pump before first use. Some products may have different ways to prime the pump. Some pumps may also need to be primed if not used for different periods of time. Follow how and when to prime as you have been told. Sit down before use. Do not shake. Spray on or under tongue. Avoid swallowing after use. Avoid rinsing mouth for 5 to 10 minutes after use. Check how much fluid is left in the pump on a regular basis. Be sure you know when you need to get a refill.

What are the Possible Side Effects of Nitrolingual Pump Spray?

Many people have zero to very minor side effects when using the Nitrolingual Pump Spray. However, if side effects do arise, here are the common side effects a person may experience while taking the Nitrolingual Pump Spray:
• Burning;
• Dizziness;
• Headache;
• Light-headedness; and/or
• Mouth tingling

Be sure to contact your doctor immediately if the common side effects persist or become bothersome. Seek emergency medical attention if you experience these severe side effects:
• Severe allergic reaction (such as hives, swelling of the face, difficulty breathing, etc.);
• Blurred vision;
• Dry mouth;
• Fainting;
• Fast or irregular heartbeat;
• Flushing;
• Heavy perspiration;
• Pale, red, or scaling skin;
• Restlessness;
• Severe or persistent dizziness;
• Severe or persistent nausea or vomiting; and/or
• Unusual tiredness or weakness

You should not use the Nitrolingual Pump Spray if you’re allergic to nitrates or nitrites. If you suspect an allergic reaction, stop taking the medication immediately and seek emergency help.

Are there any Precautions and Drug interactions of Nitrolingual Pump Spray?

People with allergies to nitrates and nitrites, severe anemia, or increased pressure in the head should not use the Nitrolingual Pump Spray. Alcohol consumption while taking the Nitrolingulal Pump Spray can increase the risk of low blood pressure. Do not drive, or take any unsafe risks while using this medication.

There are medications that interact with the Nitrolingual Pump Spray. Make sure to talk with your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking any of the following:
• Avanafil;
• Beta-blockers;
• Calcium channel blockers;
• Diuretics;
• High blood pressure medications;
• Phenothiazines;
• Riociguat;
• Sildenafil;
• Tadalafil;
• Vardenafil;
• Salicylates, such as aspirin;
• Long-acting nitrates, such as a nitroglycerin patch;
• Ergot derivatives; or
• Alteplase

Nitrolingual Pump Spray Storage and Safety Information

Be sure to store your Nitrolingual Pump Spray at or slightly above room temperature. Keep storage at lower or higher temps brief. Your pump spray should be protected from extreme heat, moisture, and light. Keep the spray away from pets and children and do not store in a bathroom, as humidity can fluctuate.

Do not take the Nitrolingual Pump Spray more often than prescribed. Overuse can lead to tolerance, which means the pump will not be as effective.

If you suspect an overdose, seek immediate emergency help or call Poison Control at 1-800-463-5060.

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