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Anxiety, panic attacks, depression. Taking telmisat. Continue?

Hi I have stopped having inderal 40 after taking it for 2 years. I was taking 1/2 tablet of inderal 40 in the morning and 1/2 at night. My doctor has given me Telmisat 40 for BP instead and has asked me to have 1 tab in the morning after breakfast. Ever since I have stopped inderal(it has been for last three days). I am geting this bout of anxiety and feel paniky and depressed what should i do and for how long will this feeling last. Please help me to understand. I feel very depressive. have never felt like this earlier
Asked On : Tue, 26 Feb 2013
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You were propably having anxiety neuroses problem means patients will suffer with shaking ,tremors and some times panic attacks also . After withdrawing in derail 40 ,you are experiencing same symptoms , so you better to continue the inderal even along with telmisat , there will be no issues. The duration of the treatment will depend on how long u will have these symptoms , until that period you should use it and you should take consultation from psychiatrist also and practice YOGA and MEDITATION which acts as a stress buster..
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Answered: Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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