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Coming off propranolol 80mg

I've been taking propranolol 80mg once a day for over 2 years for anxiety that caused me to have severe chest pain and to feel dizzy. It definitely made me feel better but the cause of my anxiety was due to where i worked and now I have moved work to somewhere that is a big advocate of helping employers with mental health. This has greatly helped the mental side of my anxiety so now I want to stop taking them before I become too dependent on them. What I want to know is are the side effects you get from it really bad or does it depend on the person. I dont want to stop and all the feelings i used to get come rushing back. Thank you for any advice. ## It can depend on the person, but it is always best to taper such a medication, since the NIH warns that stopping it abruptly could cau...

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ciplar 10 mg and hyperthyroidism

Iam a hyperthyroid patient.My T3 and T4 levels are normal but TSH is low (0.08) Doctor suggest me to take Ciplar 10 mg . Iam feeling very tired after taking this tablet for the first day. Is this tablet is suitable for maintaining normal TSH level? ## No, this medication contains the active ingredient Propranolol, which is actually used to treat high blood pressure and some cardiac conditions. Drowsiness and fatigue can be normal side effects of it, as reported by the U.S. FDA, it may also cause nausea, dizziness and increased urination. What type of doctor did you consult? ## Hi i have hyperthyroid and tsh is 0.010 , doctor has prescribed abott thyrocab and ciplar la 40. Can you please advise on taking ciplar la 40.

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Pliva 457

Small, round tab, orange color, scored in back ## Pliva lists this tablet as containing 10mgs of Propranolol, it is commonly used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. NDC code: 50111-0467 The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. Is there anything else I can help with?

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overdose of pur bloka

What are the side effect? ## This medication contains the active ingredient Propranolol, which is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure, and certain cardiac conditions. And overdose may cause symptoms such as severe nausea, extreme dizziness, fainting, shallow breathing, lowered heart rate, all of which could potentially be fatal. Do you know someone that overdosed?

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Getting off propranolol, a safe way?

Adult male here. About 5 years ago i quit drinking. Anxiety, panic attacks, migraines and PTSD resurfaced. Went to the doctor and the waiting room triggered me. As a normal physiological response to a perceived threat, my BP rose. Now in the doctors office, they look at my BP and say "wow it's so high!" I try to explain but since it wasn't on file... got prescribed propranolol. 10mg twice a day. Would get migraine in the afternoon so this was increased to 10mg 3 times a day / every 6 hours. Starting off with the side effects. It's like my lungs are coated in cement. Very hard to breath. Lung capacity has been reduced to about 30-50% of it's normal function. I told the doctor this she aid "Ya, it'll do that to ya!" casually... This has not gone away bu...

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coming off propranolol

i have stopped taking propranolol 80mg 3days ago and would like to know if there is any side effects coming off them ## I had problems just stopping cold turky after one doctor told me it would be ok, i felt panicky and anxious. Another doctor said to reduce the dose slowly over time or i will get withdrawal syptoms, One day on, one day off (2 weeks)then one day on two days off (2 weeks) so on, i still had problems and had to do it over the space of months. I am now down to one morning dose a day and ready to stop completely (after 6 months) and am feeling ok ## Any drug or substance that you take into your body for a prolonged period of time will cause some mild withdrawal symptoms if you abruptly stop using it, even if they don't consider it addictive. Because your body gets used ...

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Pur Bloka

Can Pur-Bloka or it's generic be bought over the counter? What alternatives are there to Pur-Bloka? I'm using it once a day for mild nervousness. ## Pur-Bloka contains the active ingredient Propranolol, it is a beta blocker, which is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and cardiac related conditions. Thus, I am not sure how it is supposed to help with nervousness of any type. In the U.S. and other countries that regulate their medications, it is only available by prescription. I don't know where you are located, so I have no way of knowing if the same is true for you, or not. Can you post back with your location? Learn more: ## In South Africa it is used to treat Anxiety, you do need a perscription. I have Bi-polar type 2. I get very nervous in front of people an...

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What Is Pur Bloka Used For

Why is Pur bloka being used in the treatment of migraine and Anachroid cyst? ## Pur-Bloka contains the active ingredient propranolol hydrochloride, in doses of 10 or 40mg tablets. Propranolol Hydrochloride's principal effect is to reduce the response of the heart to stress and exercise and it reduces blood pressure in patients with hypertension. The indications for this drug however, have no apparent relation to Arachnoid cysts or migraine headaches. The only conclusion I can reach is that Propranolol may help with specific symptoms or your body's response to such conditions; possibly allowing your body to relax when either of these conditions could make someone restless with insomnia. Just a thought.. but I hope this helps! Have you discussed this yet with any doctor or physici...

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Prononolol

Gastric or Esophageal disease ## Did you possibly mean Propranolol? Can you please double check and post back? If so, it is a beta blocker that is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure, and some other cardiac conditions, as well as migraine headaches. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, increased urination, hypotension, and slow heart rate.

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pliva 458

what is this pill for? ## what is pliva ## Was the marking possibly Pliva 468? If so Teva Pharmaceuticals lists this tablet as containing 20mgs of Propranolol, which is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure, and certain cardiac conditions. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, headache, increased urination, headache, and hypotension. You can view more information by clicking this NDC code: 50111-0468 Wilmot, Pliva was the name of a manufacturer, not an actual medication, they made many different generics. What are the specific markings on the tablet in question?

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Betacap TR 80

propranolol hydrochloride extended release capsules ## Propanolol is a beta blocker, mainly used to treat hypertension. Common side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach pain. Read more: Are there any questions or comments? ## I AM USING BETACAP TR 80 FROM LAST SIX MONTHS, ADVISED BY NUROLOGIST, BECAUSE MY BODY SHEWERING SOME TIMES, I FEEL VERY LAZY, THATS WHY I FEEL SOME THING IS WRONG IN MY HEALTH, SIR PLZ GIVE BEST SUGGESTION ## i have migraine so that i am taking betacap tr 80 since 2 and half year i got good result of it my treatment is running by Pant hospital in Delhi because of this madicine i thought my memory is not like before i am losing it some time i also got headace and lazyness because of it could you let me know by when i would be 100% fine and i ...

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Orange pill 5534 10 dan

Can't figure out if it may be a generic diazepam or propranolol? My Dr. said it was a sleep-aid. ## This tablet is now manufactured by Watson Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 10mgs of Propranolol, which is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure, and certain cardiac conditions. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including dizziness, headache, increased urination, hypotension, and nausea. You can find more details on this medication by clicking this NDC number: 00115-1659 Is there anything else I can help with?

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pliva 471 round yellow pill

have a bottle of different pills in back of med cabinet want to know what each is ## Pliva 471 is generic propranolol (name brand is Inderal.) It is a beta-blocker or blood pressure medication. Sometimes it is used for migraine headaches as well. It can make you tired, dizzy and sluggish. ## That is correct, this tablet contains 80mgs of Propranolol, it is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure, and some cardiac conditions. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, increased urination, and hypotension. Is there anything else I can help with?

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Propranolol Er 80 Mg Capsule

I just wanted to know if there are any foods that are dangerous to eat while taking this medication? ## 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. Are there any questions or comments? ## 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 cond...

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Blue pill marked with DAN 5555

What is a blue pill with DAN 5555 on it? ## Watson Pharmaceuticals lists this tablet as containing 20mgs of Propranolol, which is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure, and certain cardiac conditions. (It should also have a 20 on the opposite side). The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, hypotension, and increased urination. Is there anything else I can help with?

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Betacap Plus 5

My Doc has given betacap plus 5 to my son who is 17 yrs old, whose head keeps on hurting. So what is it usually prescribed for? ## I have a headache. Can I take this for relief? ## This contains the active ingredients Propranolol and Flunarizine, it is used to treat high blood pressure and migraine headaches. Side effects may include: nausea, headache, dizziness and stomach pain. Learn more Propranolol details here. Learn more Flunarizine details here. Are there any other questions or comments? ## my doctor also prescribed the same for my migraine headache. Can you any one tell side effect of this medicine. ## I also have headake but mine Is not headake exactly, its like my nerves are being pulled..this prob is from past 3 years,even if i speak,listen,watch,my eyes sence rough air,this ...

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vivanse and propranolol

capsule ## What is better as a stimulant?Adderall or vivanse?which gives u more energy and awareness?which one is bed for focasing? ## Vyvanse and Propranolol are not usually prescribed together, since Vyvanse is a stimulant that can cause elevations in your blood pressure, and heart rate, according to FDA reports. Other side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, irritability, weight loss, and anorexia. Amy, it really depends on which one works best for you. What has your physician prescribed? Have you tried either of these medications? It should also be noted that NIH warns that this class of medications carries the risk of being habit forming.

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Can Propranolol Help Me Sleep

Having trouble sleeping at night and was wondering if propranolol would help as they slow your heart beat? ## No, it is not safe to try to use them to induce sleep. Propranolol can cause some drowsiness as a side effect, but it is actually most commonly used to help lower high blood pressure and improper use of it can be dangerous, due to the fact that it can lower your heart rate and blood pressure. You can learn more Propranolol details here. Thus, the first thing you need to do is get to the root of the problem. What is causing you to have trouble sleeping? Have you tried cutting out stimulants after 3pm, such as caffeine, chocolate and sugars? Do you keep a consistent bedtime and wake time? ## Propranolol can help some people sleep, particularly if their lack of sleep is due to anxi...

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Accord Propranolol 40mg Film Coated Tablets - Gluten Free?

Can you tell me if Accord propranolol 40mg film coated tablets are gluten free? I should have taken them hours ago but I’m scared to because I can’t find out and don’t want to be ill. Thanks.

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Propranolol TABLETS VS CAPSULES ER 120MG

I just received my refill and they just gave me proprananol instead of proprananol er, is there a difference?capsules verses pills ## The only difference is that those capsules are time released over an extended period of time; as opposed to the normal tablet that goes in your system all at once. The capsules will stay in your system longer because of this extended release (ER). Not all capsules have this function, so it is really just when you see abbreviations like ER or SR (slow release), that you should expect the effects to last longer. Please post back if you have any other general questions or concerns about this drug. ## have been taking a "Propranolol capsule ER (80MG)" each day to treat essential tremor. I just received "Propranolol tablets (80MG)." Should I st...

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