Propranolol Er 80 Mg Capsule

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Slim Says:

I just wanted to know if there are any foods that are dangerous to eat while taking this medication?

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Verwon Says:

I didn't find anything listed, nor have I heard of any warnings between foods and this class of medications, Propranolol is a beta blocker.

However, if you are taking it for high blood pressure, you should be watching your salt intake and possibly your fat intake, if your doctor has instructed you to do so.


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Aaron Says:
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Propranalol hydrochloride 80mg slow release capsules.

Hi peeps my names Aaron and thought I'd share the topic above on how I felt when takin these capsules. I'm 27 I used to suffer from anxiety attacks/panic attacks when I first started takin them I felt so tired everyday became so lathargic it was horrible but they helped my condition after 3 years I came of them what a hard thing to do really.things to avoid while taking propranalol is salts example look for sodium content on foods and bottle water the lower the better stay clear of caffiene because the medication will react with it and make ur eyes feel tired and burning sensation not all people will get but io did.anything spicy is a no go.the tablets make u gain weight due to slowing ur metabolism down. I gained 4 stone over 8 month /they help with migrains .the worst thing about them is that my brain wouldnr work properly of them ie memory block couldn't think clear etc they are a good medication but have few downsides they helped me a lot but try not to rely on them as I did hope this helps somebody

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The Methadone Maze Says:
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There's over half a dozen+ 1st line meds strickltly for hypertension (ie altase), propananol would be at least 3rd if not 4th line med for hypertension. There's no real "strict" diet so to speak for endoral(propananol)but wait at leat 2 hours either side of eating because of food absorbing propananol, and all medication for that matter unless otherwiase stated by your physician, ie nsaids (non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs ie naproxen)take with food! -propananol is mainly prescribed for antiarrythmia not hypertension as mentioned above in this comment!

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The only things that relieve my tension are benzos. For years I was on Valium, then a new doctor gave me Ativan. Not as good but worked. Got insurance and my Valium doctor gave me Xanax. That's been at least 10-15 years on Xanax and work like a charm. 2.5 milligrams and it works like Valium all over again.

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Caroline Says:

I have been on propranolol for about two and half months now for headaches I'm taking 70mgs in the morning and 70mgs at nights everyday and I still have headaches I'm worried since reading all these comments because no one has said they are on as much as me. Is this medication so bad??

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Eddie Says:

What is the difference between propranolol er 80 mg and propranolol cr 80mg capsules?

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