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Nadolol Beta Blocker
Just be careful...:
Caution is always advised, but it should not be a big concern from have 1-2 drinks/day. Just make sure u don't take the medication with the alcohol--take your nadalol far separately from when you are drinking
please don't drink and drive. Life is precious! Good luck. ...Read more
Palpitations: Usually when one stops beta blockers suddenly there is often a rise in palpitations and jitteriness. This is because the body is used to the beta blockers suppressing heart rate and when they are stopped suddenly the body goes through a temporary period of symptoms like these through withdrawals. Ask your doctor if symptoms persist over 1-2 wks. ...Read more
Can nadolol 20mg be cut in half as a 10mg or will it conflict with the med chemistry because its a long acting beta blocker.?
Nadolol: If it has a score/line in the middle it can be cut and not change the chemistry or effects of it. ...Read more
Wanted to know if beta blockers like nadolol (corgard) really lessen the effect of the albuerol treatment for asthma?
Yes, to some extent.: Non-selective beta blockers can worsen or help cause an attack. Selective b-blockers are less likely. Those with so caslled, isa effect are less likely. ...Read more
Do beta blockers like nadolol (corgard) really decrease the effect of the albuterol treatment for asthma?
Can you breast feed while you are on 10mg of nadolol. I know some betas you can. Is this one of them.
Nadalol: The drug can be passed in breast milk. Check with your doctor as to his opinion ...Read more
No: Being on Nadolol does not cause diseases. ...Read more
Long halflife: The half-life is 24 hours. That means your blood level will still be half of the full dose after 24 hours. It will take about 5 days to be completely gone. ...Read more
I am switching from atebelol to, nadolol............. Fairly safe? And how long does it take for 10mg nadolol to kick in? Was on 12.25 atenelol
Almost same time: Similar effects and duration.Get a more detailed answer ›
1/2 life = 20-24hrs: Half-life is time it takes for drug concentration to drop by 50%. For a drug to be considered completely out of your system, we usually wait for 5 half-lives or in the case of nadolol, 5 days, at which time only 3.125% remains behind, if that. 50% after 1st, 25% after 2nd, 12.5% after 3rd, 6.25% after 4th & 3.125% after 5th. ...Read more
Dose and prpose: Depends on cindition and amount.Get a more detailed answer ›
Depends: They are both beta blockers, you should be letting your physician/cardiologist prescribe for you. If you don't trust the doctor find one you trust. Your pharmacist reviews medications when your doctor prescribes them. They also have computer programs monitoring for interactions. Don't mix meds yourself that is dangerous to your health. ...Read more
Nadolol/Topamax: Some sedation, depending on dose, otherwise ok. ...Read more
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