Has anyone here had worst headaches after taking Midodrine? My blood pressure is finaly normal and the syncope episodes are gone but i have a headache on my forehead that wont go away even with over the counter meds. My doctor says in time the headaches will go away. I also seem to get a runny nose everytime i take the midodrine. Just want to see if anyone has had similar expieriences. I have only been on it for 2 weeks now and taking 2.5 mg in the morning and late afternoon.
I haven't had the headache but I have had a kind of tingling in my head...that's the only way I can describe it. I just started it but I am so encouraged to hear that it has resolved your syncope! Do you mind if I ask what your BP is now and where it started? And what your diagnosis is?
If your doc says the headaches will go away, I hope that's the case :)
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