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i took 40mg propranolol 8 hours ago, can i take another one now? feeling anxious

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Dr. Felix Toro
Anti-Aging Medicine 40 years experience
Consult your Doctor: Take your medications as prescribed by your physician, as he should have done a complete evaluation with a diagnosis and possible complicating factors that could affect how your body handles medication. Propanolol is a Beta Blocker that works in the Hearth, Lungs, vessels, etc and could have helpful or dangerous effects in these organs. So do not be afraid of taking it, just follow your orders.

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