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Betacap Tr40
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Recently on taking one AZY500 my hands started tremoring.Dr advised Betacap TR 40. Is it OK for a male patient aged 44 years. ## Betacap TR contains the active ingredient Propranolol, it is a beta blocker and yes, it can help with tremors that are caused by anxiety and other conditions. Learn more Betacap TR details here. Are there any other questions or comments? ## I am taking betacap tr 40 for 18 days .my age is 53 long it will take to start giving ne relief from Brady and fatigued.i take 1 cap a day ...
Updated 4 months ago in Propranolol.
Sun, Jun 04 '17, 12:25 PM
Betacap 40mg
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I am using betacap 40 mg tablet, i am suffering my left hand is shivering thats why i consult doctor, he prescribed betacap, have any side effects to use this tablet plz tell me, if have any alternative tablet plz tell me, i am using this tablet from 6months ## Betacap contains the active ingredient Betamethasone, it is a corticosteroid that is used to treat many different medical conditions. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, weight gain and fluid retention. Learn more: As to an alternative, we can't possibly suggest anything on just the details you've provided. Did your doctor give you a diagnosis as to what is causing the tremors? ## my doctor told to take beta cap 40 mg in morning as sometime i feel very nevourness when i go out in morning time .pls reply h... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Betamethasone.
Thu, Apr 14 '16, 7:38 AM
C Betacap TR 20mg
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my wife is suffering from migraine & doctor advise her to take above mentioned capsules. but it is not available in market. Chemist told me that TR started with 40mg not with 20mg. Should we take 40mg or Tab Betacap 20mg only Awaiting your reply. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Migraine / Tension Headache.
Tue, Mar 24 '15, 11:43 PM
Betacap Tr 40 and Mirtaz 7.5 whether right treatment for ET
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suffering from essential tremors Dr. has prescribed Betacap-tr 40 one capsule a day and Mirtaz 7.5 twice a day please apprise if the treatment is right ## PLEASE SUGGEST ME TREATMENT FOR ESSENTIAL TREMORS WHICH IS EFFECTING MY RIGHT HAND ## You should follow your doctor's treatment instructions, they are really the only person qualified to provide you with a diagnosis and treatment options. Betacap contains the active ingredient Propranolol, which is a beta blocker. Learn more: Mirtaz contains the active ingredient Mirtazapine: Have you and your doctor discussed the problem and your treatment options? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Propranolol.
Thu, May 24 '12, 11:44 AM
betamox 500g
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Yesterday I discovered that I'm suffering from yeast virginal infection,can I drink Betamox 500g?If yes how many times a day? ## Hello, Sinah! How are you? No, Betamox is an antibiotic and they do not help with yeast infections, as a matter of fact, they can actually cause yeast infections as a side effect, or make an existing one worse. You'll need to see your doctor and get a proper antifungal medication to treat it. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Hi.A pharmacist gave me Canex V & Metazol 400g for yeast virginal infection . Are they correct for this type of infection? ## I thought Betamox Capsule is used for people who has trouble swallowing drinks or food for example like tonsils.. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Antifungal.
Tue, Dec 08 '15, 4:18 AM
I suffered from Migrain
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I have suffered Migrain from 15 Years. I am Taking Capsule Betacap TR 40 & Tablet Fluner 5mg once at bedtime in a day from two days Before 3 Years i had started these drugs for 3 months therefore my weight was gain more and more so i had stopped to take it. But before 2 Days i cannot stop the migrain attack & Doctor prescribed me these drugs again. Here my question is; Will these drug permanently remove my migrain attacks or not? Plz answered me asap. Thanks ## Betacap-TR contains the active ingredient Propranolol, which is a beta blocker, these are sometimes used to treat migraines. Fluner contains Flunarizine, which is a calcium channel blocker that can also be used to help treat migraines. And no, neither of these will probably permanently cure your migraines, if you stop tak... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Propranolol.
Fri, Jul 15 '11, 6:53 AM
BP high
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Sir, My wife age 44 yrs she is having high diabetes with high BP. I checkup her at Appolo Chennai, Kolkata and several local doctors. Some time diabetes control but BP not controlling. She is taking medicine for BP control TAZLOC 40 2 times but BP counting Min with in (120-135) and high (180-195). To day i call one my known doctor for suggesting medicine he suggested me Cap Depin 10 Mg. Pl advice me how she can control BP. Thx, ## Combined effect of: Flavendon MR, Repace 50 mg, Fibrovas, Korandil 5mg, Betaloc, Nicardia Retard 10mg, Nitrocontin 2.6 mg, Human Mixtard 70/30, Tragenta 5mg. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Diabetes.
Tue, Oct 01 '13, 2:59 PM

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