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Francis Dsouza Says:

I had tremors in my right hand and the doctor prescribed betacap20. Now there are no more tremors. Its been ten days since I have been taking this drug? How long will I need to take this drug?

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David Says:

Your doctor prescribed you a specific quantity of pills based on how long he thought you should take it for; so this is something you will need to discuss with your doctor.

In my opinion it would be a good idea to finish your prescription or take it as needed periodically to lessen the risk of these tremors coming back.

Hope this helps!

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shiekhaijaz Says:

actually my grandfather had a chin tremor ands the doctor has prescribed him betacap 20 though there is a little relaxation in the tremor but still it is there,he has been taking the medicine for the last 3 months.WHEN IS IT GONNA END?

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David Says:

Surely he is able to get his prescription refilled as needed, right?
Based on what you said I am led to think that he is building up a tolerance to the medication by now (or it simply isn't strong enough) and it may be worth while asking the doctor about switching meds to something that will be more effective. Do you know if his doctor stated when he should expect to see any results/improvement? Definitely go back to him and ask him this question if you haven't already. He should be able to give an estimated time frame based on your grandfather's medical records, age, weight, current health, and various other references.

Obviously this is a case by case situation, as every individual reacts to the same medication differently, so determining when it will end is a long shot for someone to answer online. However, I think after 3 months with very little sign of improvement there needs to be a change in order with the measures being taken to fix his condition.

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ameen Says:

plz kindly give the details about betacap tablet which am using

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saleem Says:
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Betacap20 has been prescribed by the doctor for my daughter as she has fainted a few times. What is the purpose for the drug given to her? She is now ok after one month. How long will she have to take this drug?

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