A 29-year-old male asked:
I am 29years old with moderate mitral valve regurgitation, my dr put me on labetalol 100mg per day to control pvc's, is this dose normal?
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Family Medicine 38 years experience
Labetalol dose usual: Yes. The dose of 100 mg of labetalol is the normal starting dose. This is in the class of drugs called beta blockers and they are preferred first line meds for rhythm problems. For women labetalol is the best choice out of this class as it is safe in pregnancy.
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