Nadolol

What is Nadolol?

This is a beta blocker used for controlling high blood pressure, also it is used in thyrotoxicosis to control the thyroid crisis.

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Hi, yesterday I switched from 40mg nadolol/day to 25mg XL metopolol due to increased palpitations of my heart since the holidays. My heart rate is...

doctor1 MD

Hi,

No, it is not advisable.
Metoprolol succinate is the most frequently prescribed beta-blocker.
It is beta 1 selective blocker whereas nadolol is...

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Can Nadolol and Propranolol be taken together- Nadolol was prescribed for hypertension- the other is taken for vacieries of esophagus excuse the...

doctor1 MD

Hello!
Thanks for your query.
Nadolol and propanolol are the same class of drugs,non selective b-blockers and for this reason they have same...

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i TAKE 10MG OF NADOLOL ONCE A DAY. CAN I ALSO TAKE FORSKOLIN?

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Brief Answer:
Can be taken.

Detailed Answer:
Welcome To HCM. I am Dr Anshul Varshney. I understand your concern.
Forskolin is usually considered...

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