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Inderal Allergy In Children
Can i take zertec with inderal (propranolol).all the pharmacy are closed due to sunday.my allergies are bad.
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
Many uses: Inderal (propranolol) is a so called beta blocher that has many uses it is used for hypertension, tremor, migraine headaches, mild anxiety, excessive sweating, and to reduce the chances of a heart attack . And tachycardia it is contraindicated in respiratory conditions such as asthma and bronchitis. ...Read more
Depends on...: Person asks, What is the equivalent dose of Bystolic to inderal? Depends on what one is using the meds for. For BP management one can start with Bystolic as low as 2.5mg to the standard dose of 5mg and up to a maximum of 40mg a Day. Inderal has a wider range from 10mg to average range of 120mg-240mg/ day. But one can go up to 640mg on rare occasions. Standard dose for Inderal is 40mg x2/Day ...Read more
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I don't do this.: Some drs use propanolol (inderal). I do not. This med is cognitively suppressive-esp if used episodically-so it can backfire. My experience is that there are better meds& methods. Also, I do not treat the anxiety only during testing or performing. Whatever meds are used should be used routinely; otherwise, it is less effective. Plus, the patient needs to be acclimated well in advance. ...Read more
Certainty?: If the paramedics were certain that a beta blocker was the overdose, they would radio the base station ER Dr with this information and might be ordered to administer glucagon to attempt to reduce its effect, or possibly epinephrine if the pulse and BP were very low. Mostly ABC support, monitoring and transport to ER for more treatment options than in field. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: Asthma that is active with airway bronchospasm makes a non selective beta blocker like Inderal (propranolol) problematic, because beta 2 receptor sites line the bronchial airways (wheezing might get worse). If beta blocker needed in that case would use a beta 1 specific agent (metoprolol). That said, history of asthma with no active wheezing probably not a problem for inderal (propranolol). ...Read more
Slows HR: It slows the HR -that's all.Get a more detailed answer ›
Consider this...: Modafinil may increase the blood levels and effects of propranolol. You may need a dose adjustment or more frequent monitoring by your doctor to safely use both medications. Ref. https://www.drugs.com/interactions-check.php?drug_list=1647-0,1956-1266 ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Decrease: This is a slight reduction and no weaning is necessary. If your provider has recommended the lower dose, just go ahead and start it. ...Read more
51 year old female on 10 mg inderal (propranolol) for skipped beats.my dr is taking me off of it cold turkey is that ok.
Should be ok: You are on such a small dose so should be ok ...Read more
Im on inderal (propranolol) 40mg twice a day for anxiety and hyperventilation is this a good drug for such use at this dose?
Excellent!: This is the best beta blocker because it crosses the blood brain barrier better than any other. The dose is, if anything, on the high side. Many folks feel well on just 10 or 20 mg before a stressful event (but that would be 40-80 mg daily if taken twice a day, so it's not unreasonable.) Another option is Buspirone. ...Read more
I am on inderal (propranolol) for frequent pvcs. They do help in a way but do not stop them completly. Is there anything else I could try?
Im about to start Inderal 10mg twice a day for migraines, advice on how to keep weight off and cholesterol normal please.Im already overweight?
Advise a good diet: Low doses of Inderal which is a beta blocker has minimal effect on weight and on cholesterol levels. Therefore, I wound not be concerned of Inderal having any significant effect on your weight or cholesterol. I would continue to follow a low cholesterol and low calorie diet and undergo an exercise program in order to improve your weight and lipid panel and overall cardiovascular status. ...Read more
51 year old female.dr wants me off 10 mg inderal (propranolol) cold turkey because of a reaction.will this low dose cause a problem. Been on it a year.
Resubmitted #: inderal (propranolol) is a beta blocker. Are their any advantages of it over any other drug in its class? I doubt it. Speech making, perhaps?
Inderal (propranolol): Inderal (propranolol) is used in migraine control, essential tremor treatment, for anxiety or panic attacks, hypertension, and for heart rate control. In the absence if bronchial asthma or diabetes Inderal is a great alternative when treating a oerson with one or more of the above conditions. Althouth is not hanit gorming it annot be stopped abruptly and requires slow tapering specially in the presence of known cardiac conditions. ...Read more
Why do I get headaches every single day? I suffer migraines and i take inderal (propranolol) for them but i'm still getting really frequent and hard headaches!
Migraines: Migraines are generally triggered by certain foods or food additives, poor sleep, stress, frequent use of analgesic or anti headache medications, and hormonal conditions (like thyroid disorders). Inderal (propranolol) is a great medication but requires that you practice adequate diet and sleep pattern. Rebound headaches occur when using frequent pain medications. Check with your md for proper diet and tx. ...Read more
Yes: Unlabeled use (smart drug).Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: Inderal (propranolol) is a beta-blocker. It keeps the heart rate slow so that when you are excercizing your heart rate may not go up adequately on the medication. You need to work out the pros and cons of using this type of medication with your doctor who knows your medical history. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Slow heart rate: slow heart rate and may be mental status may be side effects of propranolol. It is very hard to overdose on Propranolol as doctors in late 60s and early 70s were using extraordinary amounts of the medicine (up to 2000 or 3000 mg) (carefully) to treat Hypertension, apparently without many untoward effects. Times do change and it is extremely unusual to see doses higher than 320 mg! nowadays. ...Read more
Let us see: You could take 20-40 mg under your doctor supervsion. Uaually 2 hours before please condult your doctor. ...Read more
Inderal (propranolol): Yes. It could be possible.Get a more detailed answer ›
With caution: Paxil (paroxetine) may increase the bp-lowering effect of inderal; so a person on both should be monitored for hypotension (dizziness, feeling faint), slow heart rate, ekg changes. Discuss this issue with the prescribing doc to determine if there are viable alternatives to either drug that won't cause this interaction. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I don't do this.: Some drs treat test anxiety w/ propanolol(inderal). I do not. This med is cognitively suppressive-esp if used episodically-so it can backfire. My experience is that there are better meds& methods. Also, I do not treat this anxiety only during testing. Whatever meds are used should be used routinely; otherwise, it is less effective. Plus, the patient needs to be acclimated well in advance of test. ...Read more
Let us see: Usually between 20 to 40 mg but you have under the supervsion of doctor. Good luck. ...Read more