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Any dietary, herb or supp. needs or interactions while recovering from Thyrotoxicosis? (On low dose Inderal) Should I take coq10? DigestEnzyme safe?
Thyrotoxicosis: Please do not take any other medicines about your thyroid but discuss this as soon as possible with your doctor. Hope all goes well - please keep me posted. ...Read more
Seen psychiatrist added effoxor to my clonazepam inderal (propranolol) and remeron is this safe seen on drugs.Com major interactions ?
The main thing to : Look out for is combined sedation, lightheadedness and serotonin syndrome, which I have only seen twice in 30 years of practice. So, get up slowly if going from a lying to standing condition and let your legs dangle over the side of the bed for 30 seconds before getting up slowly. Make sure you are not getting clumsy and don't drive or operate machinery until you are sure the meds are safe for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I got the Depo-Provera Medrol 20 mg shot today and I take inderal Synthroid Zoloft wellbutrin (bupropion) is their any interactions? I was on azyth and can I tk mucinex?
Drug interactions: Your body normally makes a set amount of cortisone each day. A steroid shot like depomedrol is usually administered to control inflammation and the drug releases slowly into your system over 4-6 weeks. It is generally safe in combination with inderal, synthroid, zoloft, and wellbutrin (bupropion). It may increase your risk of stomach bleeding if you are prone to ulcers and/or take other anti-inflammatory med. ...Read more
I am on inderal for hbp. Synthroid for hypothroidism. Zoloft for depression. And wellbutrin (bupropion). And started taling vitamin D3 supp.Any interactions here?
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
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
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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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