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Propranolol
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Propranolol works by decreasing the action of pacemaker cells and slowing certain impulses in the heart.
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  • PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
    Propranolol is a medication sued to treat diseases like angina, high blood pressure, heart and circulatory conditions, heart rhythm disorders and tremors. It also reduces the severity and frequency of migraine headaches. This drug works by affecting the cardiovascular system since it is a beta-blocker. A propranolol oral liquid Hemangeol is administered to infants from 5 weeks old to treat a genetic condition infantile hemangiomas. These are caused by blood vessels grouping together abnormally to form benign growths that can develop into ulcers or cause serious complications in the brain, liver or digestive system.

    DOSAGE
    Follow the doctor’s prescription without any changes unless advised otherwise.
    Adults may take propranolol with or without food but at the same time each day.
    Do not chew or break the slow release tablets, swallow it whole to avoid releasing too much at once.
    Infants should be given the drug during or just after feeding. Tell the doctor if the child has weight changes since the dose is based on the body weight. Doses should be spaced at 9 hours interval.
    Do not shake he liquid medicine.
    You may need to stop using the medicine if preparing for surgery.
    Suddenly stopping usage of Propranolol may cause unpleasant withdrawal symptoms or make the condition worse.
    For treating hypertension in adults initial dose:
    Take 40mg orally twice a day for immediate release tablet; take the sustained release tablet 80mg once a day.
    Maintenance dosage, take 120mg to 240 mg per day for the immediate release and 120 to 160 mg per day for the sustained release tablet.

    STORAGE
    Store the medication in a tight container away from children and pets.
    Keep it at room temperature away from light, moisture and heat.
    Do not allow the liquid to freeze.
    Throw away the unused medicine after 2 months after initially opening the bottle.

    SIDE EFFECTS
    Common side effects of using Propranolol are lightheadedness, uneven heartbeat, trouble breathing, shortness of breath, vision problems, sudden weakness, depression and cold feeling in hands and feet.
    Other symptoms are impotence, decreased sex drive, nausea, constipation, insomnia, low blood sugar, liver problems, severe skin reaction causing sore throat, fever, burning in eye, swollen tongue, face and skin. Call your doctor immediately if any of these persists.

    PRECAUTIONS
    Do not use Propranolol if you are allergic to any of its components.
    Avoid it if you suffer from asthma, serious heart conditions or very slow heartbeat.
    Babies weighing less than 4.5 pounds should not be given this medication.
    Tell your doctor if you have any muscle disorder, diabetes, low blood sugar, low blood pressure depression, congestive heart failure, liver or kidney disease, circulation problem like Raynaud’s syndrome, tumor of the adrenal gland and thyroid disorder.
    Tell your doctor too if you have any breathing disorder including emphysema and bronchitis.
    The drug can harm unborn baby so should not be used by pregnant women. Tell your doctor if you get pregnant during treatment.

    Since Propranolol Australia can pass through to breast milk, nursing mothers should not use it as it can harm the baby.