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Excessive palpitations, on betacap for frequent migraine attacks during menopause. Cause and remedy?

I have been taking Betacap 40 mg TR for last 18 months because of frequent migraine attacks. As this was related to my menopause when I did not get my periods for 5 months and my migraine attacks frequency reduced I stopped taking the medicine. Since then I am experiencing lot of fluttering or palpitation in my heart . What is the reason for this and what do I do now. Kindly advise.
Asked On : Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
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Your medicine is Propranolol 40 mg,which is useful in treating both palpitation and vascular headache like Migraine, if you get headache Analgesics may be used on as and when required basis.
Medicine like Propranolol should not be stopped suddenly as it can lead to palpitations .
Your Physician will be best one to advise if it is possible to stop the drug or continue ,even if it is to be stopped it may be necessary to taper the dose of propranolol.
If palpitations are there any heart problem or Thyroid problem needs to be considered.
Good Luck to you
Answered: Sun, 16 Sep 2012
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This is a a menopausal symptom consult a gynaecologist will priscribe u medicine symptologically
Answered: Sun, 16 Sep 2012
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