Pindolol (Thread 218425)

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Susan Says:


Anyone tired all day while on Pindolol?



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Verwon Says:

Pindolol is a beta blocker that is most commonly used to treat hypertension and most blood pressure medications can cause drowsiness and fatigue as a side effect.

How are your blood pressure levels?

It would probably be advisable to contact your doctor, if the problem has not improved, because this may not be the right medication for you.

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