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What is Nimotop used for? 

Nimotop is a medication used to treat or decrease problems that are caused by certain types of bleeding in the brain. Nimotop is known as a calcium channel blocker.  

This medication helps by relaxing the narrowed blood vessels in your brain near the area that is bleeding so that blood moves freely and easily, this will result in less brain damage.

How to take Nimotop 

This medication is better used after the brain starts bleeding, typically within 4 days. This is taken as your doctor instructed typically every 4 hours, 1 hour, or 2 hours before or after a meal. Do not suddenly stop using Nimotop without speaking with your doctor. Ts drug is typically taken within 2 to 4 weeks. If the medication is stopped too soon your condition might become worse.

Nimotop Dosage 

Nimotop dose will be based on the patient’s medical condition and response to treatment. However, the usual dose for one Nimotop tablet is Nimotop 30 mg. Make sure to follow your doctor’s instructions carefully and don’t take more or less than what is prescribed by your doctor.

Nimotop side effects 

Lightheadedness, dizziness, flushing, and swelling feet, and ankles may happen. If the patient experiences any of these side effects or they worsen, speak with your doctor promptly. If you are heavily experiencing dizziness or lightheadedness your doctor might instruct you to stand up slowly.

Serious side effects 

Slow or fast heartbeat, fainting, severe abdominal pain, inability to have bowel movement, stomach bloating, vomiting for 3 days or more, severe nausea, and vision changes. Tell your doctor if you are experiencing these side effects while taking this medicine. 

Allergic Reaction 

While serious allergic reactions to Nimotop are very rare. However, seek medical attention immediately if you see any of these symptoms of an allergic reaction, such as itching, rash, swelling especially of the tongue, face, throat dizziness, and trouble breathing.


Before using Nimodipine, speak with your doctor if you are allergic to the medication, or other dihydropyridine calcium channel blockers, such as nifedipine, or amlodipine, or if you have more allergies. This medication has inactive ingredients which can cause allergic reactions. 

Medical histories, especially heart attacks, recent chest pain, liver disease, head injury, and low blood pressure, should be told to your doctor if you have any of these. Before you have any surgeries inform your doctor or dentist about any other prescription or non-prescription drugs as well as herbal products. 

Older people using this medication may be more sensitive to the side effects of this drug, especially swelling ankles and dizziness. During pregnancy, this should only be used when in an emergency as this drug may have undesirable effects on the unborn child. Nimotop passes through breast milk and may harm the baby. Speak with your doctor before breastfeeding.

How much does Nimotop cost? 

The price of this medication will depend on the pharmacy you are going to buy it from or your daily dose. for more information see our prices above.

Frequently Asked Questions 

What kind of drug is Nimotop? 

This medication belongs to the class of drugs known as pharmacological agents and is a calcium channel blocker.

What is in a Nimotop tablet? 

Nimotop tablet contains a substance called Nimodipine. Depending on where your medication comes from, the look of the tablet may differ.

Does Nimotop lower blood pressure?

The treatment with nimodipine resulted in a statistically significant reduction in systolic and diastolic blood pressure compared with placebo.

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