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Pixie Says:

My hair is falling out, I think I will be bald soon. I am taking Inderal/Propranolol 10 mg, 4 times a day; Omeprazole/Prilosec, once a day; Amitriptyline 50mg once at night; Ibuprofen 800mg 3 times a day...for migraines and body pain. Would any of these meds cause my hair to fall out? Thanks for any help!

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Verwon Says:

Hi, Pixie! Sorry about the hair loss.

It is most likely the Inderal that is causing your hair loss, it is very common with the beta blocker medications.

Learn more Inderal details here.

Have you consulted your doctor?

Usually it will stop and start to reverse, once you stop the medication and switch to a different one.

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Melaniejane Says:
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Hi I have been on propranolol for nearly 2yrs and my hair has fallen out at a alarming rate! Its is the side affect on these tablets,the doctor did not tell me about the side affects before I started on them! The hair loss I have had with them is awful, I had very long thick hair two years ago and now just a frizzy short mess!

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