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clonozepam and propranolol hydrochloride tablets ## This medication, Petril Beta, combines Clonazepam and Propranolol to help treat anxiety and panic disorder. Learn more Clonazepam details here. Learn more Propranolol details here. Did you have any specific questions about it? ## how to stop the medicine ## Doctor pescribed me Petril Beta 10mg. I want to know for what purpose Petril Beta is advised. ## Dear Sir, I have been Petril Beta 10mg using since 2 years, including Omitan H 50mg Tab. (B.P) Tab. Morining both, and night also Dosulepin 25 mg Tab. since 2 year B.P. also Normal but both side body pain also full side effect, what do it further my age is 50 years. ## My doctor advised me to take Petril beta 10 3 times per day, olimelt 2.5 and nexito 5 at night.... I smoke 1 to 2 cigare... ...

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Social phobia

Myself shishir, my age is 29 . and i m suffering from social phobia from 9 years. I am sensitive person so i cant take ssri medicine. I have stomach problem when i take ssri . So what can i do for this problem And i use beta cap tr 60 once & petril md .5mg twice a day So what can i do .. Plz suggest me ## Hello, Shishir! Sorry about the problem that you're having. What SSRIs have you tried and what did you try to ease the stomach issue? Sometimes an antacid or PPI can be taken with them to help protect your stomach. Have you consulted your doctor for assistance? The Petril-MD contains the active ingredient Clonazepam, which is a benzodiazepine that's used to treat anxiety. Is it not helping? Learn more Petril-MD details here. ...

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