Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018063/001.

Names and composition

"CORGARD" is the commercial name of a drug composed of NADOLOL.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018063/001 CORGARD NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 40MG
018063/002 CORGARD NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 80MG
018063/003 CORGARD NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 120MG
018063/004 CORGARD NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 160MG
018063/005 CORGARD NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 20MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018063/001 CORGARD NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 40MG
018063/002 CORGARD NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 80MG
018063/003 CORGARD NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 120MG
018063/004 CORGARD NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 160MG
018063/005 CORGARD NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 20MG
074172/001 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 20MG
074172/002 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 40MG
074172/003 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 80MG
074229/001 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 20MG
074229/002 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 40MG
074255/001 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 80MG
074255/002 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 120MG
074255/003 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 160MG
074368/001 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 80MG
074368/002 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 120MG
074368/003 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 160MG
074501/001 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 20MG
074501/002 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 40MG
074501/003 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 80MG
201893/001 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 40MG
201893/002 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 80MG
203455/001 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 20MG
203455/002 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 40MG
203455/003 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 80MG
207761/001 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 20MG
207761/002 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 40MG
207761/003 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 80MG
208832/001 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 20MG
208832/002 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 40MG
208832/003 NADOLOL NADOLOL TABLET/ORAL 80MG

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Would Corgard or Tenormin be effective for treating akathisia?
also, the klonopin seems to be affecting my memory, (based on my experiences and the side effect profiles iv seen) Asked by Hilma Todora 1 year ago.

Not being an expert in akathisia but knowing a little bit about it, I did a little research for you. Beta blockers like Inderal (and Corgard and Tenormin) are often used because they can have a calming effect, especially by modulating the cardiovascular system. But they're not even first line treatment... First off - what are you on that is causing the akathisia? Can the dose be reduced? Can a substitute medication be used? First line treatment is usually an anticholinergic. There are a variety of these, some better than others. If the anticholinergic doesn't work, then some creative pharmacology is in order - so maybe some alpha or beta blocker(s), maybe a benzodiazepine like Klonopin. I'd imagine if Klonopin is effective, primidone might be slightly better. Regardless, there are a number of options open to you. Talk with your doctor about your options - if one class of medications doesn't work well another might. Best of luck to you! Answered by Adrian Baerman 1 year ago.

thank you but I don't know what yor talking about im not a doctor n don't understand thanks for your help Answered by Sharmaine Fournier 1 year ago.


Klonopin and Corgard together?
a year ago I was put on beta blockers because xyprexa made me gain 90 pounds in 8 months and my blood pressure was 145/95. In December 2009 I quit taking Xyprexa, continued with the beta blocker and switched doctors because the one that made me fat with Xyprexa refused to give my Xanax for my core problem of Panic... Asked by Melodee Coaker 1 year ago.

a year ago I was put on beta blockers because xyprexa made me gain 90 pounds in 8 months and my blood pressure was 145/95. In December 2009 I quit taking Xyprexa, continued with the beta blocker and switched doctors because the one that made me fat with Xyprexa refused to give my Xanax for my core problem of Panic attacks, and only gave me more problems. When I quit aking the Xyprexa I weighed 285 pounds. Since January 2010 I switched to a new doctor that put me on Xanax and Corgard from Bystolic due to the cost of bystolic. A few months later I was switched from Xanax to Klonopin because I needed too much Xanax to keep me below the panic threshold. I now have lost the weight I gained from the Xyprexa and am still on the Beta blocker. I'm 5'10" and 205 pounds but still mildly obese and lately my BP has been in the 110-120/65-80 range and my resting HR is 53 lying down, 63 sitting up 73 in a chair and 83 standing. When i walk over a mile my HR can get as high as 130 with just a brisk walk. I know as a side effect klonopin lowers your BP and with the beta blocker I'm wondering if the Klonopin and beta blocker are giving me Low BP and abnormal HR because of the low BP. Any Ideas? I'm sheduled to see Lansing's Top cardiologist tomorrow. Hopefully I don't need the beta blocker anymore since my panic went from 3 or 4 times a week to daily 3 or 4 times a day since starting it in December last year. Answered by Kimberley Ladick 1 year ago.

since they both depress the central nervous system, it can be dangerous to take both at the same time. i'd get rid of the Corgard, and i'd switch to Xanax - Klonopin has way more side effects. Answered by Claretha Vannette 1 year ago.

Klonopin is a drug used to treat psychological issues also. I am presuming this is related to your statement about PTSD. Klonopin does lower the blood pressure, but it has side effects. Also it may not be the best choice for PTSD. There are other meds which do not mess with your blood pressure as much and have fewer side effects. here is what you need to do. Go to your health care provider as soon as possible. There are a number of tests you should have run. PTSD along with other forms of depression cause changes in the blood chemistry. Your doctor should test for these changes to determine how much of this change may be present. you also need to get a hemoglobin A1C. Your weight gain may have caused or be related to a borderline blood sugar problem that was aggravated by the klonopin. since you have lost most of the weight gain you may not need the Bystolic (it is a good medication, but), you could be over medicating if it is not needed. Once you have gotten a serious and complete history and physical and gotten a thorough look at your physical health, you should ask your doctor about Professional counseling. Medications only cover up PTSD, but you probably need some Professional help to search out the cause and learn to manage it effectively. The problems you are talking about are long term in nature. Those problems must be managed and they don't magically go away with a little bit of medication. Answered by Chiquita Bastarache 1 year ago.


A substitute for Corgard?
Corgard (nadolol) has been discontinued in my country, I tried atenolol and bisoprolol but they both failed in bringing my heart rate down as I needed. Is there any other betablocker more similar to nadolol in that it lowers heart rate more effectively? Or any combination of drugs that will achieve this? Asked by Fumiko Wangerin 1 year ago.

It's possible that atenolol and bisoprolol failed in you because they are beta-1 selective whereas nadolol is not, it binds to both beta-1 and beta-2 receptors. All that means is that atenolol and bisoprolol won't effect your lungs as much as nadolol will. This would be good for you if you had asthma or COPD. You could try another beta blocker that is non-selective (as nadolol is). Some examples (on the US market) are propranolol, timolol, and carvedilol. Hope this helps! Answered by Twana Ballar 1 year ago.

Nadolol Substitute Answered by Adriana Vorhees 1 year ago.


Nadolol/Corgard Question..the sun?
I am currently on 20 MG of Nadolol (also called Corgard) the beta blocker.Whenever I get a sun burn or am out in the sun for a long period of time, my skin develops a rash and i get welts and it itches like crazy.Also, my hair is thinning like crazy.Has anyone else experienced this on this beta blocker?... Asked by Jerrie Cratic 1 year ago.

I am currently on 20 MG of Nadolol (also called Corgard) the beta blocker. Whenever I get a sun burn or am out in the sun for a long period of time, my skin develops a rash and i get welts and it itches like crazy. Also, my hair is thinning like crazy. Has anyone else experienced this on this beta blocker? thanks Answered by Shiloh Weinbauer 1 year ago.

it is one among the side effects of beta blockers. Answered by Bradly Segal 1 year ago.


Corgard and Klonopin together?
I've been on BP meds since December 2009 because my doctor had be on Xyprexa for 8 months and I gained 100 pounds from it. When I was started on BP meds I was on a cardio selective beta blocker called Bystolic, about Six months ago I was switched to Corgard which is a non cardio selective beta blocker. The... Asked by Sherry Nirenberg 1 year ago.

I've been on BP meds since December 2009 because my doctor had be on Xyprexa for 8 months and I gained 100 pounds from it. When I was started on BP meds I was on a cardio selective beta blocker called Bystolic, about Six months ago I was switched to Corgard which is a non cardio selective beta blocker. The reason I was on Xyprexa is because my Female man hating doctor refused to give me any form of Benzodiaipne for PTSD, then after my 100 pound weight gain she realized "oops we better take you off that." I switched doctor that same week, and was put on Xanax with the bystolic. I was needeing too much xanax to quel my daily daylong panic, so I was switched to Klonopin. I've lost 85 of the 100 pounds I gained since switching docs in January, and lately I've noticed that my blood pressure after taking Klonopin gets low and my heart rate gets high apon very little exertion. For instance sep 24 while in the ER after waking up with a resting HR of 100, and after taking my beta blocker then a klonopin 6 hours later this was my BP/HR 12:00 HR 62 Pulse 62 BP 111/73 12:30 HR 61 Pulse 60 BP119/76 12:45 HR 60 pulse 59 BP 113/74 1:00 HR 64 pulse 64 BP 111/71 1:30 HR 61 pulse 56 BP 120/64 1:45 HR 60 pulse 59 BP 114/70. this was all while sitting up in a hospital bed after the 20mg corgard an 2 doses of .5mg Klonopin. But as soon as I stood up and left the hospital my heart rate went back to 85-100 bpm. any ideas Maybe half my Beta blocker dose? I was referred to a Cardiologist by my doctor Sept. 23rd, but have yet to recieve an appointment. Answered by Kasey Pires 1 year ago.

the key words you wrote is RESTING HEART RATE THEN STOOD UP LEFT WHICH MEANS EXERCISE AND HEART RATE WENT UP and maybe because you lost weight you may not need the blood pressure medicine discuss this with the cardiologist when you see them Answered by Freeda Sugahara 1 year ago.

Klonopin is a drug used to treat psychological issues also. I am presuming this is related to your statement about PTSD. Klonopin does lower the blood pressure, but it has side effects. Also it may not be the best choice for PTSD. There are other meds which do not mess with your blood pressure as much and have fewer side effects. here is what you need to do. Go to your health care provider as soon as possible. There are a number of tests you should have run. PTSD along with other forms of depression cause changes in the blood chemistry. Your doctor should test for these changes to determine how much of this change may be present. you also need to get a hemoglobin A1C. Your weight gain may have caused or be related to a borderline blood sugar problem that was aggravated by the klonopin. since you have lost most of the weight gain you may not need the Bystolic (it is a good medication, but), you could be over medicating if it is not needed. Once you have gotten a serious and complete history and physical and gotten a thorough look at your physical health, you should ask your doctor about Professional counseling. Medications only cover up PTSD, but you probably need some Professional help to search out the cause and learn to manage it effectively. The problems you are talking about are long term in nature. Those problems must be managed and they don't magically go away with a little bit of medication. Answered by Junior Aubertine 1 year ago.

Of path. They promote salsa con queso by way of the jar, that's basically the equal factor you are speakme approximately. Tacos frequently have greens and cheese in combination and style high-quality. It's an attractive traditional mixture... however it is well to take a look at new matters! Answered by Lavonda Plotts 1 year ago.


Is Nadolol (Corgard) as effective as Propranolol (Inderal, InnoPran XL) in the treatment of social anxiety?
For the past several years I have been taking 80mg Nadolol (Corgard) twice daily for migraine prophylaxis. I understand that Propranolol is sometimes prescribed specifically for the treatment of social anxiety and wonder whether I should be considering it instead of Nadolol. Asked by Brian Yeakley 1 year ago.

I take Nadolol to help my blood pressure. I have taken Inderal in the past. I have found that Nadolol helps my heart better than the Inderal. I don't feel my heart beating as much as I did when I took the Inderal. For me, the Nadolol seems more helpful. I hope you will be doing better. Good Luck. Answered by Lavern Nye 1 year ago.


Is there any medicine that they have that is comparable to Corgard/Naladol medicine?
My BF had been taking it for yrs and it wasnt able to be gotten the last time he went to the Pharmacy NOW the Dr has him on Diovan 160mg If anyone knows please HELP US...Thanks Asked by Lilia Hernande 1 year ago.

There are many drugs that are like Nadolol. Nadolol is a beta blocker. Other beta blockers used for high blood pressure include metoprolol, bisoprolol and atenolol. Diovan is an angiotensin II receptor blocker and is very different from nadolol. If he was doing well with nadolol then he should probably try another beta blocker before switching to a different class. Metoprolol is the most common one used. Answered by Casandra Spratlin 1 year ago.

Corgard Medicine Answered by Danielle Waldroff 1 year ago.


Information on the beta blocker corgard... i was prescribed this med. for headaches and light headedness?
i am 21 years old and in very good shape... my blood pressure is normal...and my doctor decided to try a beta blocker... i dont know a lot about them..except i read they were primarily for high blood pressure.... i would jus like to know if someone could describe for me what his med exactly does.. and how it will... Asked by Andre Doran 1 year ago.

i am 21 years old and in very good shape... my blood pressure is normal...and my doctor decided to try a beta blocker... i dont know a lot about them..except i read they were primarily for high blood pressure.... i would jus like to know if someone could describe for me what his med exactly does.. and how it will help headaches... im takin the med.. so its not a medical questions...more of curiousity .. and i just would like to have the knowledge....thanks. Answered by Shantae Szewczyk 1 year ago.

beta blockers just deaden the nerve endings, you might as well take 750mg vicadin Answered by Luise Deleonardo 1 year ago.

Beta blockers are mainly for blood pressure but they are also often used for the treatment of some kinds of headache - migraine type headaches in particular. It soulds like your doc is doing a good job for you but if you are worried about the medicine or have questions about it then the best thing to do is to go back and discuss it with him or her in person. Hope this helps Answered by Enola Perna 1 year ago.


Do beta blockers like Nadolol (corgard) really lessen the effect of the albuerol treatment for asthma?
Asked by Teddy Nolting 1 year ago.

Yes, beta blockers not only block the effect of beta-agonists, such as PROVENTIL HFA (albuterol inhalation) Inhalation Aerosol, but may produce severe bronchospasm in asthmatic patients. Answered by Vanetta Bourgoyne 1 year ago.


Have you ever used a beta blocker Nodolol with nitric oxide?
whay is your experience? Asked by Maurice Terpstra 1 year ago.

Naldolol (Corgard) is an older beta blocker which does not mean that it is not a good medication. Nitric oxide was originally referred to as endothelial derived relaxing factor. It was later discovered that EDRF was nitric oxide and that the drug isosorbide mononitrate was a structural and functional match. Naldolol and nitric oxide are potentially complimentary drugs and there are many reasons to combine them. Fairly recently a novel beta blocker nebivolol (Bystolic) was released which seems to have the benefits of both naldolol and nitric oxide. Nebivolol is very expensive however while the other two medications are very inexpensive. If I may be of further assistance please let me know. I wish you the very best of health and may God bless. Answered by Rosena Rodeiguez 1 year ago.


Would Corgard or Tenormin be effective for treating akathisia?
also, the klonopin seems to be affecting my memory, (based on my experiences and the side effect profiles iv seen) Asked by Antoinette Quail 1 year ago.

Not being an expert in akathisia but knowing a little bit about it, I did a little research for you. Beta blockers like Inderal (and Corgard and Tenormin) are often used because they can have a calming effect, especially by modulating the cardiovascular system. But they're not even first line treatment... First off - what are you on that is causing the akathisia? Can the dose be reduced? Can a substitute medication be used? First line treatment is usually an anticholinergic. There are a variety of these, some better than others. If the anticholinergic doesn't work, then some creative pharmacology is in order - so maybe some alpha or beta blocker(s), maybe a benzodiazepine like Klonopin. I'd imagine if Klonopin is effective, primidone might be slightly better. Regardless, there are a number of options open to you. Talk with your doctor about your options - if one class of medications doesn't work well another might. Best of luck to you! Answered by Kirby Husfelt 1 year ago.

thank you but I don't know what yor talking about im not a doctor n don't understand thanks for your help Answered by Vernie Hurwitz 1 year ago.


Klonopin and Corgard together?
a year ago I was put on beta blockers because xyprexa made me gain 90 pounds in 8 months and my blood pressure was 145/95. In December 2009 I quit taking Xyprexa, continued with the beta blocker and switched doctors because the one that made me fat with Xyprexa refused to give my Xanax for my core problem of Panic... Asked by Rachell Secker 1 year ago.

a year ago I was put on beta blockers because xyprexa made me gain 90 pounds in 8 months and my blood pressure was 145/95. In December 2009 I quit taking Xyprexa, continued with the beta blocker and switched doctors because the one that made me fat with Xyprexa refused to give my Xanax for my core problem of Panic attacks, and only gave me more problems. When I quit aking the Xyprexa I weighed 285 pounds. Since January 2010 I switched to a new doctor that put me on Xanax and Corgard from Bystolic due to the cost of bystolic. A few months later I was switched from Xanax to Klonopin because I needed too much Xanax to keep me below the panic threshold. I now have lost the weight I gained from the Xyprexa and am still on the Beta blocker. I'm 5'10" and 205 pounds but still mildly obese and lately my BP has been in the 110-120/65-80 range and my resting HR is 53 lying down, 63 sitting up 73 in a chair and 83 standing. When i walk over a mile my HR can get as high as 130 with just a brisk walk. I know as a side effect klonopin lowers your BP and with the beta blocker I'm wondering if the Klonopin and beta blocker are giving me Low BP and abnormal HR because of the low BP. Any Ideas? I'm sheduled to see Lansing's Top cardiologist tomorrow. Hopefully I don't need the beta blocker anymore since my panic went from 3 or 4 times a week to daily 3 or 4 times a day since starting it in December last year. Answered by Odell Able 1 year ago.

since they both depress the central nervous system, it can be dangerous to take both at the same time. i'd get rid of the Corgard, and i'd switch to Xanax - Klonopin has way more side effects. Answered by Iesha Raschke 1 year ago.

Klonopin is a drug used to treat psychological issues also. I am presuming this is related to your statement about PTSD. Klonopin does lower the blood pressure, but it has side effects. Also it may not be the best choice for PTSD. There are other meds which do not mess with your blood pressure as much and have fewer side effects. here is what you need to do. Go to your health care provider as soon as possible. There are a number of tests you should have run. PTSD along with other forms of depression cause changes in the blood chemistry. Your doctor should test for these changes to determine how much of this change may be present. you also need to get a hemoglobin A1C. Your weight gain may have caused or be related to a borderline blood sugar problem that was aggravated by the klonopin. since you have lost most of the weight gain you may not need the Bystolic (it is a good medication, but), you could be over medicating if it is not needed. Once you have gotten a serious and complete history and physical and gotten a thorough look at your physical health, you should ask your doctor about Professional counseling. Medications only cover up PTSD, but you probably need some Professional help to search out the cause and learn to manage it effectively. The problems you are talking about are long term in nature. Those problems must be managed and they don't magically go away with a little bit of medication. Answered by Nedra Fye 1 year ago.


A substitute for Corgard?
Corgard (nadolol) has been discontinued in my country, I tried atenolol and bisoprolol but they both failed in bringing my heart rate down as I needed. Is there any other betablocker more similar to nadolol in that it lowers heart rate more effectively? Or any combination of drugs that will achieve this? Asked by Rosamaria Howenstine 1 year ago.

It's possible that atenolol and bisoprolol failed in you because they are beta-1 selective whereas nadolol is not, it binds to both beta-1 and beta-2 receptors. All that means is that atenolol and bisoprolol won't effect your lungs as much as nadolol will. This would be good for you if you had asthma or COPD. You could try another beta blocker that is non-selective (as nadolol is). Some examples (on the US market) are propranolol, timolol, and carvedilol. Hope this helps! Answered by Many Pikey 1 year ago.

Nadolol Substitute Answered by Clementine Hilderbrand 1 year ago.


Nadolol/Corgard Question..the sun?
I am currently on 20 MG of Nadolol (also called Corgard) the beta blocker.Whenever I get a sun burn or am out in the sun for a long period of time, my skin develops a rash and i get welts and it itches like crazy.Also, my hair is thinning like crazy.Has anyone else experienced this on this beta blocker?... Asked by Tinisha Vessel 1 year ago.

I am currently on 20 MG of Nadolol (also called Corgard) the beta blocker. Whenever I get a sun burn or am out in the sun for a long period of time, my skin develops a rash and i get welts and it itches like crazy. Also, my hair is thinning like crazy. Has anyone else experienced this on this beta blocker? thanks Answered by Elinor Vanderwerff 1 year ago.

it is one among the side effects of beta blockers. Answered by Jaimee Tatsapaugh 1 year ago.


Corgard and Klonopin together?
I've been on BP meds since December 2009 because my doctor had be on Xyprexa for 8 months and I gained 100 pounds from it. When I was started on BP meds I was on a cardio selective beta blocker called Bystolic, about Six months ago I was switched to Corgard which is a non cardio selective beta blocker. The... Asked by Sheryll Chlebus 1 year ago.

I've been on BP meds since December 2009 because my doctor had be on Xyprexa for 8 months and I gained 100 pounds from it. When I was started on BP meds I was on a cardio selective beta blocker called Bystolic, about Six months ago I was switched to Corgard which is a non cardio selective beta blocker. The reason I was on Xyprexa is because my Female man hating doctor refused to give me any form of Benzodiaipne for PTSD, then after my 100 pound weight gain she realized "oops we better take you off that." I switched doctor that same week, and was put on Xanax with the bystolic. I was needeing too much xanax to quel my daily daylong panic, so I was switched to Klonopin. I've lost 85 of the 100 pounds I gained since switching docs in January, and lately I've noticed that my blood pressure after taking Klonopin gets low and my heart rate gets high apon very little exertion. For instance sep 24 while in the ER after waking up with a resting HR of 100, and after taking my beta blocker then a klonopin 6 hours later this was my BP/HR 12:00 HR 62 Pulse 62 BP 111/73 12:30 HR 61 Pulse 60 BP119/76 12:45 HR 60 pulse 59 BP 113/74 1:00 HR 64 pulse 64 BP 111/71 1:30 HR 61 pulse 56 BP 120/64 1:45 HR 60 pulse 59 BP 114/70. this was all while sitting up in a hospital bed after the 20mg corgard an 2 doses of .5mg Klonopin. But as soon as I stood up and left the hospital my heart rate went back to 85-100 bpm. any ideas Maybe half my Beta blocker dose? I was referred to a Cardiologist by my doctor Sept. 23rd, but have yet to recieve an appointment. Answered by Hipolito Paciolla 1 year ago.

the key words you wrote is RESTING HEART RATE THEN STOOD UP LEFT WHICH MEANS EXERCISE AND HEART RATE WENT UP and maybe because you lost weight you may not need the blood pressure medicine discuss this with the cardiologist when you see them Answered by Maurita Begonia 1 year ago.

Klonopin is a drug used to treat psychological issues also. I am presuming this is related to your statement about PTSD. Klonopin does lower the blood pressure, but it has side effects. Also it may not be the best choice for PTSD. There are other meds which do not mess with your blood pressure as much and have fewer side effects. here is what you need to do. Go to your health care provider as soon as possible. There are a number of tests you should have run. PTSD along with other forms of depression cause changes in the blood chemistry. Your doctor should test for these changes to determine how much of this change may be present. you also need to get a hemoglobin A1C. Your weight gain may have caused or be related to a borderline blood sugar problem that was aggravated by the klonopin. since you have lost most of the weight gain you may not need the Bystolic (it is a good medication, but), you could be over medicating if it is not needed. Once you have gotten a serious and complete history and physical and gotten a thorough look at your physical health, you should ask your doctor about Professional counseling. Medications only cover up PTSD, but you probably need some Professional help to search out the cause and learn to manage it effectively. The problems you are talking about are long term in nature. Those problems must be managed and they don't magically go away with a little bit of medication. Answered by Andres Sabado 1 year ago.

Of path. They promote salsa con queso by way of the jar, that's basically the equal factor you are speakme approximately. Tacos frequently have greens and cheese in combination and style high-quality. It's an attractive traditional mixture... however it is well to take a look at new matters! Answered by Vernice Lorusso 1 year ago.


Is Nadolol (Corgard) as effective as Propranolol (Inderal, InnoPran XL) in the treatment of social anxiety?
For the past several years I have been taking 80mg Nadolol (Corgard) twice daily for migraine prophylaxis. I understand that Propranolol is sometimes prescribed specifically for the treatment of social anxiety and wonder whether I should be considering it instead of Nadolol. Asked by Glenna Carbonaro 1 year ago.

I take Nadolol to help my blood pressure. I have taken Inderal in the past. I have found that Nadolol helps my heart better than the Inderal. I don't feel my heart beating as much as I did when I took the Inderal. For me, the Nadolol seems more helpful. I hope you will be doing better. Good Luck. Answered by Sumiko Goben 1 year ago.


Is there any medicine that they have that is comparable to Corgard/Naladol medicine?
My BF had been taking it for yrs and it wasnt able to be gotten the last time he went to the Pharmacy NOW the Dr has him on Diovan 160mg If anyone knows please HELP US...Thanks Asked by Marina Rodabaugh 1 year ago.

There are many drugs that are like Nadolol. Nadolol is a beta blocker. Other beta blockers used for high blood pressure include metoprolol, bisoprolol and atenolol. Diovan is an angiotensin II receptor blocker and is very different from nadolol. If he was doing well with nadolol then he should probably try another beta blocker before switching to a different class. Metoprolol is the most common one used. Answered by Muriel Hulon 1 year ago.

Corgard Medicine Answered by Jone Sitzes 1 year ago.


Information on the beta blocker corgard... i was prescribed this med. for headaches and light headedness?
i am 21 years old and in very good shape... my blood pressure is normal...and my doctor decided to try a beta blocker... i dont know a lot about them..except i read they were primarily for high blood pressure.... i would jus like to know if someone could describe for me what his med exactly does.. and how it will... Asked by Alayna Schmidt 1 year ago.

i am 21 years old and in very good shape... my blood pressure is normal...and my doctor decided to try a beta blocker... i dont know a lot about them..except i read they were primarily for high blood pressure.... i would jus like to know if someone could describe for me what his med exactly does.. and how it will help headaches... im takin the med.. so its not a medical questions...more of curiousity .. and i just would like to have the knowledge....thanks. Answered by Lasonya Canion 1 year ago.

beta blockers just deaden the nerve endings, you might as well take 750mg vicadin Answered by Jerri Schott 1 year ago.

Beta blockers are mainly for blood pressure but they are also often used for the treatment of some kinds of headache - migraine type headaches in particular. It soulds like your doc is doing a good job for you but if you are worried about the medicine or have questions about it then the best thing to do is to go back and discuss it with him or her in person. Hope this helps Answered by Aurelio Smithberger 1 year ago.


Do beta blockers like Nadolol (corgard) really lessen the effect of the albuerol treatment for asthma?
Asked by Crysta Ludlam 1 year ago.

Yes, beta blockers not only block the effect of beta-agonists, such as PROVENTIL HFA (albuterol inhalation) Inhalation Aerosol, but may produce severe bronchospasm in asthmatic patients. Answered by Philomena Offerman 1 year ago.


Have you ever used a beta blocker Nodolol with nitric oxide?
whay is your experience? Asked by Elizebeth Menjiva 1 year ago.

Naldolol (Corgard) is an older beta blocker which does not mean that it is not a good medication. Nitric oxide was originally referred to as endothelial derived relaxing factor. It was later discovered that EDRF was nitric oxide and that the drug isosorbide mononitrate was a structural and functional match. Naldolol and nitric oxide are potentially complimentary drugs and there are many reasons to combine them. Fairly recently a novel beta blocker nebivolol (Bystolic) was released which seems to have the benefits of both naldolol and nitric oxide. Nebivolol is very expensive however while the other two medications are very inexpensive. If I may be of further assistance please let me know. I wish you the very best of health and may God bless. Answered by Alycia Tilbury 1 year ago.


Would Corgard or Tenormin be effective for treating akathisia?
also, the klonopin seems to be affecting my memory, (based on my experiences and the side effect profiles iv seen) Asked by Kirstie Dormane 1 year ago.

Not being an expert in akathisia but knowing a little bit about it, I did a little research for you. Beta blockers like Inderal (and Corgard and Tenormin) are often used because they can have a calming effect, especially by modulating the cardiovascular system. But they're not even first line treatment... First off - what are you on that is causing the akathisia? Can the dose be reduced? Can a substitute medication be used? First line treatment is usually an anticholinergic. There are a variety of these, some better than others. If the anticholinergic doesn't work, then some creative pharmacology is in order - so maybe some alpha or beta blocker(s), maybe a benzodiazepine like Klonopin. I'd imagine if Klonopin is effective, primidone might be slightly better. Regardless, there are a number of options open to you. Talk with your doctor about your options - if one class of medications doesn't work well another might. Best of luck to you! Answered by Johnathan Bebee 1 year ago.

thank you but I don't know what yor talking about im not a doctor n don't understand thanks for your help Answered by Kitty Pingel 1 year ago.


Klonopin and Corgard together?
a year ago I was put on beta blockers because xyprexa made me gain 90 pounds in 8 months and my blood pressure was 145/95. In December 2009 I quit taking Xyprexa, continued with the beta blocker and switched doctors because the one that made me fat with Xyprexa refused to give my Xanax for my core problem of Panic... Asked by Jerry Lheureux 1 year ago.

a year ago I was put on beta blockers because xyprexa made me gain 90 pounds in 8 months and my blood pressure was 145/95. In December 2009 I quit taking Xyprexa, continued with the beta blocker and switched doctors because the one that made me fat with Xyprexa refused to give my Xanax for my core problem of Panic attacks, and only gave me more problems. When I quit aking the Xyprexa I weighed 285 pounds. Since January 2010 I switched to a new doctor that put me on Xanax and Corgard from Bystolic due to the cost of bystolic. A few months later I was switched from Xanax to Klonopin because I needed too much Xanax to keep me below the panic threshold. I now have lost the weight I gained from the Xyprexa and am still on the Beta blocker. I'm 5'10" and 205 pounds but still mildly obese and lately my BP has been in the 110-120/65-80 range and my resting HR is 53 lying down, 63 sitting up 73 in a chair and 83 standing. When i walk over a mile my HR can get as high as 130 with just a brisk walk. I know as a side effect klonopin lowers your BP and with the beta blocker I'm wondering if the Klonopin and beta blocker are giving me Low BP and abnormal HR because of the low BP. Any Ideas? I'm sheduled to see Lansing's Top cardiologist tomorrow. Hopefully I don't need the beta blocker anymore since my panic went from 3 or 4 times a week to daily 3 or 4 times a day since starting it in December last year. Answered by Colton Paulos 1 year ago.

since they both depress the central nervous system, it can be dangerous to take both at the same time. i'd get rid of the Corgard, and i'd switch to Xanax - Klonopin has way more side effects. Answered by Terica Robledo 1 year ago.

Klonopin is a drug used to treat psychological issues also. I am presuming this is related to your statement about PTSD. Klonopin does lower the blood pressure, but it has side effects. Also it may not be the best choice for PTSD. There are other meds which do not mess with your blood pressure as much and have fewer side effects. here is what you need to do. Go to your health care provider as soon as possible. There are a number of tests you should have run. PTSD along with other forms of depression cause changes in the blood chemistry. Your doctor should test for these changes to determine how much of this change may be present. you also need to get a hemoglobin A1C. Your weight gain may have caused or be related to a borderline blood sugar problem that was aggravated by the klonopin. since you have lost most of the weight gain you may not need the Bystolic (it is a good medication, but), you could be over medicating if it is not needed. Once you have gotten a serious and complete history and physical and gotten a thorough look at your physical health, you should ask your doctor about Professional counseling. Medications only cover up PTSD, but you probably need some Professional help to search out the cause and learn to manage it effectively. The problems you are talking about are long term in nature. Those problems must be managed and they don't magically go away with a little bit of medication. Answered by Jaclyn Rudzinski 1 year ago.


A substitute for Corgard?
Corgard (nadolol) has been discontinued in my country, I tried atenolol and bisoprolol but they both failed in bringing my heart rate down as I needed. Is there any other betablocker more similar to nadolol in that it lowers heart rate more effectively? Or any combination of drugs that will achieve this? Asked by Scotty Aroche 1 year ago.

It's possible that atenolol and bisoprolol failed in you because they are beta-1 selective whereas nadolol is not, it binds to both beta-1 and beta-2 receptors. All that means is that atenolol and bisoprolol won't effect your lungs as much as nadolol will. This would be good for you if you had asthma or COPD. You could try another beta blocker that is non-selective (as nadolol is). Some examples (on the US market) are propranolol, timolol, and carvedilol. Hope this helps! Answered by Maria Pucella 1 year ago.

Nadolol Substitute Answered by Christal Rinker 1 year ago.


Nadolol/Corgard Question..the sun?
I am currently on 20 MG of Nadolol (also called Corgard) the beta blocker.Whenever I get a sun burn or am out in the sun for a long period of time, my skin develops a rash and i get welts and it itches like crazy.Also, my hair is thinning like crazy.Has anyone else experienced this on this beta blocker?... Asked by Kathie Leonardis 1 year ago.

I am currently on 20 MG of Nadolol (also called Corgard) the beta blocker. Whenever I get a sun burn or am out in the sun for a long period of time, my skin develops a rash and i get welts and it itches like crazy. Also, my hair is thinning like crazy. Has anyone else experienced this on this beta blocker? thanks Answered by Thalia Kroninger 1 year ago.

it is one among the side effects of beta blockers. Answered by Santos Abdullah 1 year ago.


Corgard and Klonopin together?
I've been on BP meds since December 2009 because my doctor had be on Xyprexa for 8 months and I gained 100 pounds from it. When I was started on BP meds I was on a cardio selective beta blocker called Bystolic, about Six months ago I was switched to Corgard which is a non cardio selective beta blocker. The... Asked by Jayme Bouknight 1 year ago.

I've been on BP meds since December 2009 because my doctor had be on Xyprexa for 8 months and I gained 100 pounds from it. When I was started on BP meds I was on a cardio selective beta blocker called Bystolic, about Six months ago I was switched to Corgard which is a non cardio selective beta blocker. The reason I was on Xyprexa is because my Female man hating doctor refused to give me any form of Benzodiaipne for PTSD, then after my 100 pound weight gain she realized "oops we better take you off that." I switched doctor that same week, and was put on Xanax with the bystolic. I was needeing too much xanax to quel my daily daylong panic, so I was switched to Klonopin. I've lost 85 of the 100 pounds I gained since switching docs in January, and lately I've noticed that my blood pressure after taking Klonopin gets low and my heart rate gets high apon very little exertion. For instance sep 24 while in the ER after waking up with a resting HR of 100, and after taking my beta blocker then a klonopin 6 hours later this was my BP/HR 12:00 HR 62 Pulse 62 BP 111/73 12:30 HR 61 Pulse 60 BP119/76 12:45 HR 60 pulse 59 BP 113/74 1:00 HR 64 pulse 64 BP 111/71 1:30 HR 61 pulse 56 BP 120/64 1:45 HR 60 pulse 59 BP 114/70. this was all while sitting up in a hospital bed after the 20mg corgard an 2 doses of .5mg Klonopin. But as soon as I stood up and left the hospital my heart rate went back to 85-100 bpm. any ideas Maybe half my Beta blocker dose? I was referred to a Cardiologist by my doctor Sept. 23rd, but have yet to recieve an appointment. Answered by Enid Pizzuto 1 year ago.

the key words you wrote is RESTING HEART RATE THEN STOOD UP LEFT WHICH MEANS EXERCISE AND HEART RATE WENT UP and maybe because you lost weight you may not need the blood pressure medicine discuss this with the cardiologist when you see them Answered by Sylvester Moczygemba 1 year ago.

Klonopin is a drug used to treat psychological issues also. I am presuming this is related to your statement about PTSD. Klonopin does lower the blood pressure, but it has side effects. Also it may not be the best choice for PTSD. There are other meds which do not mess with your blood pressure as much and have fewer side effects. here is what you need to do. Go to your health care provider as soon as possible. There are a number of tests you should have run. PTSD along with other forms of depression cause changes in the blood chemistry. Your doctor should test for these changes to determine how much of this change may be present. you also need to get a hemoglobin A1C. Your weight gain may have caused or be related to a borderline blood sugar problem that was aggravated by the klonopin. since you have lost most of the weight gain you may not need the Bystolic (it is a good medication, but), you could be over medicating if it is not needed. Once you have gotten a serious and complete history and physical and gotten a thorough look at your physical health, you should ask your doctor about Professional counseling. Medications only cover up PTSD, but you probably need some Professional help to search out the cause and learn to manage it effectively. The problems you are talking about are long term in nature. Those problems must be managed and they don't magically go away with a little bit of medication. Answered by Florene Angello 1 year ago.

Of path. They promote salsa con queso by way of the jar, that's basically the equal factor you are speakme approximately. Tacos frequently have greens and cheese in combination and style high-quality. It's an attractive traditional mixture... however it is well to take a look at new matters! Answered by Lavenia Kirchhoff 1 year ago.


Is Nadolol (Corgard) as effective as Propranolol (Inderal, InnoPran XL) in the treatment of social anxiety?
For the past several years I have been taking 80mg Nadolol (Corgard) twice daily for migraine prophylaxis. I understand that Propranolol is sometimes prescribed specifically for the treatment of social anxiety and wonder whether I should be considering it instead of Nadolol. Asked by Christeen Bonnenfant 1 year ago.

I take Nadolol to help my blood pressure. I have taken Inderal in the past. I have found that Nadolol helps my heart better than the Inderal. I don't feel my heart beating as much as I did when I took the Inderal. For me, the Nadolol seems more helpful. I hope you will be doing better. Good Luck. Answered by Sharron Ellworths 1 year ago.


Is there any medicine that they have that is comparable to Corgard/Naladol medicine?
My BF had been taking it for yrs and it wasnt able to be gotten the last time he went to the Pharmacy NOW the Dr has him on Diovan 160mg If anyone knows please HELP US...Thanks Asked by Nick Geyer 1 year ago.

There are many drugs that are like Nadolol. Nadolol is a beta blocker. Other beta blockers used for high blood pressure include metoprolol, bisoprolol and atenolol. Diovan is an angiotensin II receptor blocker and is very different from nadolol. If he was doing well with nadolol then he should probably try another beta blocker before switching to a different class. Metoprolol is the most common one used. Answered by Barabara Ahlers 1 year ago.

Corgard Medicine Answered by Annamarie Slusher 1 year ago.


Information on the beta blocker corgard... i was prescribed this med. for headaches and light headedness?
i am 21 years old and in very good shape... my blood pressure is normal...and my doctor decided to try a beta blocker... i dont know a lot about them..except i read they were primarily for high blood pressure.... i would jus like to know if someone could describe for me what his med exactly does.. and how it will... Asked by Maryland Heggan 1 year ago.

i am 21 years old and in very good shape... my blood pressure is normal...and my doctor decided to try a beta blocker... i dont know a lot about them..except i read they were primarily for high blood pressure.... i would jus like to know if someone could describe for me what his med exactly does.. and how it will help headaches... im takin the med.. so its not a medical questions...more of curiousity .. and i just would like to have the knowledge....thanks. Answered by Maragret Morta 1 year ago.

beta blockers just deaden the nerve endings, you might as well take 750mg vicadin Answered by Darius Lefaver 1 year ago.

Beta blockers are mainly for blood pressure but they are also often used for the treatment of some kinds of headache - migraine type headaches in particular. It soulds like your doc is doing a good job for you but if you are worried about the medicine or have questions about it then the best thing to do is to go back and discuss it with him or her in person. Hope this helps Answered by Lavone Smola 1 year ago.


Do beta blockers like Nadolol (corgard) really lessen the effect of the albuerol treatment for asthma?
Asked by Mandi Olgvin 1 year ago.

Yes, beta blockers not only block the effect of beta-agonists, such as PROVENTIL HFA (albuterol inhalation) Inhalation Aerosol, but may produce severe bronchospasm in asthmatic patients. Answered by Elke Seyfert 1 year ago.


Have you ever used a beta blocker Nodolol with nitric oxide?
whay is your experience? Asked by Senaida Tipton 1 year ago.

Naldolol (Corgard) is an older beta blocker which does not mean that it is not a good medication. Nitric oxide was originally referred to as endothelial derived relaxing factor. It was later discovered that EDRF was nitric oxide and that the drug isosorbide mononitrate was a structural and functional match. Naldolol and nitric oxide are potentially complimentary drugs and there are many reasons to combine them. Fairly recently a novel beta blocker nebivolol (Bystolic) was released which seems to have the benefits of both naldolol and nitric oxide. Nebivolol is very expensive however while the other two medications are very inexpensive. If I may be of further assistance please let me know. I wish you the very best of health and may God bless. Answered by Neomi Shutter 1 year ago.


Would Corgard or Tenormin be effective for treating akathisia?
also, the klonopin seems to be affecting my memory, (based on my experiences and the side effect profiles iv seen) Asked by Christel Fiorentini 1 year ago.

Not being an expert in akathisia but knowing a little bit about it, I did a little research for you. Beta blockers like Inderal (and Corgard and Tenormin) are often used because they can have a calming effect, especially by modulating the cardiovascular system. But they're not even first line treatment... First off - what are you on that is causing the akathisia? Can the dose be reduced? Can a substitute medication be used? First line treatment is usually an anticholinergic. There are a variety of these, some better than others. If the anticholinergic doesn't work, then some creative pharmacology is in order - so maybe some alpha or beta blocker(s), maybe a benzodiazepine like Klonopin. I'd imagine if Klonopin is effective, primidone might be slightly better. Regardless, there are a number of options open to you. Talk with your doctor about your options - if one class of medications doesn't work well another might. Best of luck to you! Answered by Jennette Wadel 1 year ago.

thank you but I don't know what yor talking about im not a doctor n don't understand thanks for your help Answered by Angelika Osterloh 1 year ago.


Klonopin and Corgard together?
a year ago I was put on beta blockers because xyprexa made me gain 90 pounds in 8 months and my blood pressure was 145/95. In December 2009 I quit taking Xyprexa, continued with the beta blocker and switched doctors because the one that made me fat with Xyprexa refused to give my Xanax for my core problem of Panic... Asked by Robin Yeddo 1 year ago.

a year ago I was put on beta blockers because xyprexa made me gain 90 pounds in 8 months and my blood pressure was 145/95. In December 2009 I quit taking Xyprexa, continued with the beta blocker and switched doctors because the one that made me fat with Xyprexa refused to give my Xanax for my core problem of Panic attacks, and only gave me more problems. When I quit aking the Xyprexa I weighed 285 pounds. Since January 2010 I switched to a new doctor that put me on Xanax and Corgard from Bystolic due to the cost of bystolic. A few months later I was switched from Xanax to Klonopin because I needed too much Xanax to keep me below the panic threshold. I now have lost the weight I gained from the Xyprexa and am still on the Beta blocker. I'm 5'10" and 205 pounds but still mildly obese and lately my BP has been in the 110-120/65-80 range and my resting HR is 53 lying down, 63 sitting up 73 in a chair and 83 standing. When i walk over a mile my HR can get as high as 130 with just a brisk walk. I know as a side effect klonopin lowers your BP and with the beta blocker I'm wondering if the Klonopin and beta blocker are giving me Low BP and abnormal HR because of the low BP. Any Ideas? I'm sheduled to see Lansing's Top cardiologist tomorrow. Hopefully I don't need the beta blocker anymore since my panic went from 3 or 4 times a week to daily 3 or 4 times a day since starting it in December last year. Answered by Yanira Lanoie 1 year ago.

since they both depress the central nervous system, it can be dangerous to take both at the same time. i'd get rid of the Corgard, and i'd switch to Xanax - Klonopin has way more side effects. Answered by Janetta Bartolone 1 year ago.

Klonopin is a drug used to treat psychological issues also. I am presuming this is related to your statement about PTSD. Klonopin does lower the blood pressure, but it has side effects. Also it may not be the best choice for PTSD. There are other meds which do not mess with your blood pressure as much and have fewer side effects. here is what you need to do. Go to your health care provider as soon as possible. There are a number of tests you should have run. PTSD along with other forms of depression cause changes in the blood chemistry. Your doctor should test for these changes to determine how much of this change may be present. you also need to get a hemoglobin A1C. Your weight gain may have caused or be related to a borderline blood sugar problem that was aggravated by the klonopin. since you have lost most of the weight gain you may not need the Bystolic (it is a good medication, but), you could be over medicating if it is not needed. Once you have gotten a serious and complete history and physical and gotten a thorough look at your physical health, you should ask your doctor about Professional counseling. Medications only cover up PTSD, but you probably need some Professional help to search out the cause and learn to manage it effectively. The problems you are talking about are long term in nature. Those problems must be managed and they don't magically go away with a little bit of medication. Answered by Sophie Poll 1 year ago.


A substitute for Corgard?
Corgard (nadolol) has been discontinued in my country, I tried atenolol and bisoprolol but they both failed in bringing my heart rate down as I needed. Is there any other betablocker more similar to nadolol in that it lowers heart rate more effectively? Or any combination of drugs that will achieve this? Asked by Joeann Cheaney 1 year ago.

It's possible that atenolol and bisoprolol failed in you because they are beta-1 selective whereas nadolol is not, it binds to both beta-1 and beta-2 receptors. All that means is that atenolol and bisoprolol won't effect your lungs as much as nadolol will. This would be good for you if you had asthma or COPD. You could try another beta blocker that is non-selective (as nadolol is). Some examples (on the US market) are propranolol, timolol, and carvedilol. Hope this helps! Answered by Rosetta Minozzi 1 year ago.

Nadolol Substitute Answered by Belva Gehm 1 year ago.


Nadolol/Corgard Question..the sun?
I am currently on 20 MG of Nadolol (also called Corgard) the beta blocker.Whenever I get a sun burn or am out in the sun for a long period of time, my skin develops a rash and i get welts and it itches like crazy.Also, my hair is thinning like crazy.Has anyone else experienced this on this beta blocker?... Asked by Lilli Schwarzkopf 1 year ago.

I am currently on 20 MG of Nadolol (also called Corgard) the beta blocker. Whenever I get a sun burn or am out in the sun for a long period of time, my skin develops a rash and i get welts and it itches like crazy. Also, my hair is thinning like crazy. Has anyone else experienced this on this beta blocker? thanks Answered by Sarina Meger 1 year ago.

it is one among the side effects of beta blockers. Answered by Andera Nathe 1 year ago.


Corgard and Klonopin together?
I've been on BP meds since December 2009 because my doctor had be on Xyprexa for 8 months and I gained 100 pounds from it. When I was started on BP meds I was on a cardio selective beta blocker called Bystolic, about Six months ago I was switched to Corgard which is a non cardio selective beta blocker. The... Asked by Kathie Payna 1 year ago.

I've been on BP meds since December 2009 because my doctor had be on Xyprexa for 8 months and I gained 100 pounds from it. When I was started on BP meds I was on a cardio selective beta blocker called Bystolic, about Six months ago I was switched to Corgard which is a non cardio selective beta blocker. The reason I was on Xyprexa is because my Female man hating doctor refused to give me any form of Benzodiaipne for PTSD, then after my 100 pound weight gain she realized "oops we better take you off that." I switched doctor that same week, and was put on Xanax with the bystolic. I was needeing too much xanax to quel my daily daylong panic, so I was switched to Klonopin. I've lost 85 of the 100 pounds I gained since switching docs in January, and lately I've noticed that my blood pressure after taking Klonopin gets low and my heart rate gets high apon very little exertion. For instance sep 24 while in the ER after waking up with a resting HR of 100, and after taking my beta blocker then a klonopin 6 hours later this was my BP/HR 12:00 HR 62 Pulse 62 BP 111/73 12:30 HR 61 Pulse 60 BP119/76 12:45 HR 60 pulse 59 BP 113/74 1:00 HR 64 pulse 64 BP 111/71 1:30 HR 61 pulse 56 BP 120/64 1:45 HR 60 pulse 59 BP 114/70. this was all while sitting up in a hospital bed after the 20mg corgard an 2 doses of .5mg Klonopin. But as soon as I stood up and left the hospital my heart rate went back to 85-100 bpm. any ideas Maybe half my Beta blocker dose? I was referred to a Cardiologist by my doctor Sept. 23rd, but have yet to recieve an appointment. Answered by Odis Scacco 1 year ago.

the key words you wrote is RESTING HEART RATE THEN STOOD UP LEFT WHICH MEANS EXERCISE AND HEART RATE WENT UP and maybe because you lost weight you may not need the blood pressure medicine discuss this with the cardiologist when you see them Answered by Isadora Debari 1 year ago.

Klonopin is a drug used to treat psychological issues also. I am presuming this is related to your statement about PTSD. Klonopin does lower the blood pressure, but it has side effects. Also it may not be the best choice for PTSD. There are other meds which do not mess with your blood pressure as much and have fewer side effects. here is what you need to do. Go to your health care provider as soon as possible. There are a number of tests you should have run. PTSD along with other forms of depression cause changes in the blood chemistry. Your doctor should test for these changes to determine how much of this change may be present. you also need to get a hemoglobin A1C. Your weight gain may have caused or be related to a borderline blood sugar problem that was aggravated by the klonopin. since you have lost most of the weight gain you may not need the Bystolic (it is a good medication, but), you could be over medicating if it is not needed. Once you have gotten a serious and complete history and physical and gotten a thorough look at your physical health, you should ask your doctor about Professional counseling. Medications only cover up PTSD, but you probably need some Professional help to search out the cause and learn to manage it effectively. The problems you are talking about are long term in nature. Those problems must be managed and they don't magically go away with a little bit of medication. Answered by Teena Blakely 1 year ago.

Of path. They promote salsa con queso by way of the jar, that's basically the equal factor you are speakme approximately. Tacos frequently have greens and cheese in combination and style high-quality. It's an attractive traditional mixture... however it is well to take a look at new matters! Answered by Roderick Suran 1 year ago.


Is Nadolol (Corgard) as effective as Propranolol (Inderal, InnoPran XL) in the treatment of social anxiety?
For the past several years I have been taking 80mg Nadolol (Corgard) twice daily for migraine prophylaxis. I understand that Propranolol is sometimes prescribed specifically for the treatment of social anxiety and wonder whether I should be considering it instead of Nadolol. Asked by Alma Denardi 1 year ago.

I take Nadolol to help my blood pressure. I have taken Inderal in the past. I have found that Nadolol helps my heart better than the Inderal. I don't feel my heart beating as much as I did when I took the Inderal. For me, the Nadolol seems more helpful. I hope you will be doing better. Good Luck. Answered by Shavonne Rubright 1 year ago.


Is there any medicine that they have that is comparable to Corgard/Naladol medicine?
My BF had been taking it for yrs and it wasnt able to be gotten the last time he went to the Pharmacy NOW the Dr has him on Diovan 160mg If anyone knows please HELP US...Thanks Asked by Sabine Okuno 1 year ago.

There are many drugs that are like Nadolol. Nadolol is a beta blocker. Other beta blockers used for high blood pressure include metoprolol, bisoprolol and atenolol. Diovan is an angiotensin II receptor blocker and is very different from nadolol. If he was doing well with nadolol then he should probably try another beta blocker before switching to a different class. Metoprolol is the most common one used. Answered by Breanne Baney 1 year ago.

Corgard Medicine Answered by Carlyn Bledsaw 1 year ago.


Information on the beta blocker corgard... i was prescribed this med. for headaches and light headedness?
i am 21 years old and in very good shape... my blood pressure is normal...and my doctor decided to try a beta blocker... i dont know a lot about them..except i read they were primarily for high blood pressure.... i would jus like to know if someone could describe for me what his med exactly does.. and how it will... Asked by Andy Kutella 1 year ago.

i am 21 years old and in very good shape... my blood pressure is normal...and my doctor decided to try a beta blocker... i dont know a lot about them..except i read they were primarily for high blood pressure.... i would jus like to know if someone could describe for me what his med exactly does.. and how it will help headaches... im takin the med.. so its not a medical questions...more of curiousity .. and i just would like to have the knowledge....thanks. Answered by Roland Henion 1 year ago.

beta blockers just deaden the nerve endings, you might as well take 750mg vicadin Answered by Eleonora Scheuermann 1 year ago.

Beta blockers are mainly for blood pressure but they are also often used for the treatment of some kinds of headache - migraine type headaches in particular. It soulds like your doc is doing a good job for you but if you are worried about the medicine or have questions about it then the best thing to do is to go back and discuss it with him or her in person. Hope this helps Answered by Roscoe Pierpont 1 year ago.


Do beta blockers like Nadolol (corgard) really lessen the effect of the albuerol treatment for asthma?
Asked by Bethanie Slechta 1 year ago.

Yes, beta blockers not only block the effect of beta-agonists, such as PROVENTIL HFA (albuterol inhalation) Inhalation Aerosol, but may produce severe bronchospasm in asthmatic patients. Answered by Earle Yacoub 1 year ago.


Have you ever used a beta blocker Nodolol with nitric oxide?
whay is your experience? Asked by Lavern Whitbeck 1 year ago.

Naldolol (Corgard) is an older beta blocker which does not mean that it is not a good medication. Nitric oxide was originally referred to as endothelial derived relaxing factor. It was later discovered that EDRF was nitric oxide and that the drug isosorbide mononitrate was a structural and functional match. Naldolol and nitric oxide are potentially complimentary drugs and there are many reasons to combine them. Fairly recently a novel beta blocker nebivolol (Bystolic) was released which seems to have the benefits of both naldolol and nitric oxide. Nebivolol is very expensive however while the other two medications are very inexpensive. If I may be of further assistance please let me know. I wish you the very best of health and may God bless. Answered by Dinah Stimmel 1 year ago.


Would Corgard or Tenormin be effective for treating akathisia?
also, the klonopin seems to be affecting my memory, (based on my experiences and the side effect profiles iv seen) Asked by Fairy Pomar 1 year ago.

Not being an expert in akathisia but knowing a little bit about it, I did a little research for you. Beta blockers like Inderal (and Corgard and Tenormin) are often used because they can have a calming effect, especially by modulating the cardiovascular system. But they're not even first line treatment... First off - what are you on that is causing the akathisia? Can the dose be reduced? Can a substitute medication be used? First line treatment is usually an anticholinergic. There are a variety of these, some better than others. If the anticholinergic doesn't work, then some creative pharmacology is in order - so maybe some alpha or beta blocker(s), maybe a benzodiazepine like Klonopin. I'd imagine if Klonopin is effective, primidone might be slightly better. Regardless, there are a number of options open to you. Talk with your doctor about your options - if one class of medications doesn't work well another might. Best of luck to you! Answered by Jillian Boon 1 year ago.

thank you but I don't know what yor talking about im not a doctor n don't understand thanks for your help Answered by Wilma Trippensee 1 year ago.


Klonopin and Corgard together?
a year ago I was put on beta blockers because xyprexa made me gain 90 pounds in 8 months and my blood pressure was 145/95. In December 2009 I quit taking Xyprexa, continued with the beta blocker and switched doctors because the one that made me fat with Xyprexa refused to give my Xanax for my core problem of Panic... Asked by Jeniffer Bodenstein 1 year ago.

a year ago I was put on beta blockers because xyprexa made me gain 90 pounds in 8 months and my blood pressure was 145/95. In December 2009 I quit taking Xyprexa, continued with the beta blocker and switched doctors because the one that made me fat with Xyprexa refused to give my Xanax for my core problem of Panic attacks, and only gave me more problems. When I quit aking the Xyprexa I weighed 285 pounds. Since January 2010 I switched to a new doctor that put me on Xanax and Corgard from Bystolic due to the cost of bystolic. A few months later I was switched from Xanax to Klonopin because I needed too much Xanax to keep me below the panic threshold. I now have lost the weight I gained from the Xyprexa and am still on the Beta blocker. I'm 5'10" and 205 pounds but still mildly obese and lately my BP has been in the 110-120/65-80 range and my resting HR is 53 lying down, 63 sitting up 73 in a chair and 83 standing. When i walk over a mile my HR can get as high as 130 with just a brisk walk. I know as a side effect klonopin lowers your BP and with the beta blocker I'm wondering if the Klonopin and beta blocker are giving me Low BP and abnormal HR because of the low BP. Any Ideas? I'm sheduled to see Lansing's Top cardiologist tomorrow. Hopefully I don't need the beta blocker anymore since my panic went from 3 or 4 times a week to daily 3 or 4 times a day since starting it in December last year. Answered by Jeanie Woytowicz 1 year ago.

since they both depress the central nervous system, it can be dangerous to take both at the same time. i'd get rid of the Corgard, and i'd switch to Xanax - Klonopin has way more side effects. Answered by Pete Scadlock 1 year ago.

Klonopin is a drug used to treat psychological issues also. I am presuming this is related to your statement about PTSD. Klonopin does lower the blood pressure, but it has side effects. Also it may not be the best choice for PTSD. There are other meds which do not mess with your blood pressure as much and have fewer side effects. here is what you need to do. Go to your health care provider as soon as possible. There are a number of tests you should have run. PTSD along with other forms of depression cause changes in the blood chemistry. Your doctor should test for these changes to determine how much of this change may be present. you also need to get a hemoglobin A1C. Your weight gain may have caused or be related to a borderline blood sugar problem that was aggravated by the klonopin. since you have lost most of the weight gain you may not need the Bystolic (it is a good medication, but), you could be over medicating if it is not needed. Once you have gotten a serious and complete history and physical and gotten a thorough look at your physical health, you should ask your doctor about Professional counseling. Medications only cover up PTSD, but you probably need some Professional help to search out the cause and learn to manage it effectively. The problems you are talking about are long term in nature. Those problems must be managed and they don't magically go away with a little bit of medication. Answered by Cherish Silversmith 1 year ago.


A substitute for Corgard?
Corgard (nadolol) has been discontinued in my country, I tried atenolol and bisoprolol but they both failed in bringing my heart rate down as I needed. Is there any other betablocker more similar to nadolol in that it lowers heart rate more effectively? Or any combination of drugs that will achieve this? Asked by Arden Widrig 1 year ago.

It's possible that atenolol and bisoprolol failed in you because they are beta-1 selective whereas nadolol is not, it binds to both beta-1 and beta-2 receptors. All that means is that atenolol and bisoprolol won't effect your lungs as much as nadolol will. This would be good for you if you had asthma or COPD. You could try another beta blocker that is non-selective (as nadolol is). Some examples (on the US market) are propranolol, timolol, and carvedilol. Hope this helps! Answered by Imelda Coopage 1 year ago.

Nadolol Substitute Answered by Caitlin Hutchingson 1 year ago.


Nadolol/Corgard Question..the sun?
I am currently on 20 MG of Nadolol (also called Corgard) the beta blocker.Whenever I get a sun burn or am out in the sun for a long period of time, my skin develops a rash and i get welts and it itches like crazy.Also, my hair is thinning like crazy.Has anyone else experienced this on this beta blocker?... Asked by Selena Portell 1 year ago.

I am currently on 20 MG of Nadolol (also called Corgard) the beta blocker. Whenever I get a sun burn or am out in the sun for a long period of time, my skin develops a rash and i get welts and it itches like crazy. Also, my hair is thinning like crazy. Has anyone else experienced this on this beta blocker? thanks Answered by Angelena Huebner 1 year ago.

it is one among the side effects of beta blockers. Answered by Brigid Higginson 1 year ago.


Corgard and Klonopin together?
I've been on BP meds since December 2009 because my doctor had be on Xyprexa for 8 months and I gained 100 pounds from it. When I was started on BP meds I was on a cardio selective beta blocker called Bystolic, about Six months ago I was switched to Corgard which is a non cardio selective beta blocker. The... Asked by Lyle Talaro 1 year ago.

I've been on BP meds since December 2009 because my doctor had be on Xyprexa for 8 months and I gained 100 pounds from it. When I was started on BP meds I was on a cardio selective beta blocker called Bystolic, about Six months ago I was switched to Corgard which is a non cardio selective beta blocker. The reason I was on Xyprexa is because my Female man hating doctor refused to give me any form of Benzodiaipne for PTSD, then after my 100 pound weight gain she realized "oops we better take you off that." I switched doctor that same week, and was put on Xanax with the bystolic. I was needeing too much xanax to quel my daily daylong panic, so I was switched to Klonopin. I've lost 85 of the 100 pounds I gained since switching docs in January, and lately I've noticed that my blood pressure after taking Klonopin gets low and my heart rate gets high apon very little exertion. For instance sep 24 while in the ER after waking up with a resting HR of 100, and after taking my beta blocker then a klonopin 6 hours later this was my BP/HR 12:00 HR 62 Pulse 62 BP 111/73 12:30 HR 61 Pulse 60 BP119/76 12:45 HR 60 pulse 59 BP 113/74 1:00 HR 64 pulse 64 BP 111/71 1:30 HR 61 pulse 56 BP 120/64 1:45 HR 60 pulse 59 BP 114/70. this was all while sitting up in a hospital bed after the 20mg corgard an 2 doses of .5mg Klonopin. But as soon as I stood up and left the hospital my heart rate went back to 85-100 bpm. any ideas Maybe half my Beta blocker dose? I was referred to a Cardiologist by my doctor Sept. 23rd, but have yet to recieve an appointment. Answered by Ulrike Cardella 1 year ago.

the key words you wrote is RESTING HEART RATE THEN STOOD UP LEFT WHICH MEANS EXERCISE AND HEART RATE WENT UP and maybe because you lost weight you may not need the blood pressure medicine discuss this with the cardiologist when you see them Answered by Shasta Thews 1 year ago.

Klonopin is a drug used to treat psychological issues also. I am presuming this is related to your statement about PTSD. Klonopin does lower the blood pressure, but it has side effects. Also it may not be the best choice for PTSD. There are other meds which do not mess with your blood pressure as much and have fewer side effects. here is what you need to do. Go to your health care provider as soon as possible. There are a number of tests you should have run. PTSD along with other forms of depression cause changes in the blood chemistry. Your doctor should test for these changes to determine how much of this change may be present. you also need to get a hemoglobin A1C. Your weight gain may have caused or be related to a borderline blood sugar problem that was aggravated by the klonopin. since you have lost most of the weight gain you may not need the Bystolic (it is a good medication, but), you could be over medicating if it is not needed. Once you have gotten a serious and complete history and physical and gotten a thorough look at your physical health, you should ask your doctor about Professional counseling. Medications only cover up PTSD, but you probably need some Professional help to search out the cause and learn to manage it effectively. The problems you are talking about are long term in nature. Those problems must be managed and they don't magically go away with a little bit of medication. Answered by Jewel Bartush 1 year ago.

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Is Nadolol (Corgard) as effective as Propranolol (Inderal, InnoPran XL) in the treatment of social anxiety?
For the past several years I have been taking 80mg Nadolol (Corgard) twice daily for migraine prophylaxis. I understand that Propranolol is sometimes prescribed specifically for the treatment of social anxiety and wonder whether I should be considering it instead of Nadolol. Asked by Elfrieda Bazile 1 year ago.

I take Nadolol to help my blood pressure. I have taken Inderal in the past. I have found that Nadolol helps my heart better than the Inderal. I don't feel my heart beating as much as I did when I took the Inderal. For me, the Nadolol seems more helpful. I hope you will be doing better. Good Luck. Answered by Kiana Zumstein 1 year ago.


Is there any medicine that they have that is comparable to Corgard/Naladol medicine?
My BF had been taking it for yrs and it wasnt able to be gotten the last time he went to the Pharmacy NOW the Dr has him on Diovan 160mg If anyone knows please HELP US...Thanks Asked by Lelah Bacho 1 year ago.

There are many drugs that are like Nadolol. Nadolol is a beta blocker. Other beta blockers used for high blood pressure include metoprolol, bisoprolol and atenolol. Diovan is an angiotensin II receptor blocker and is very different from nadolol. If he was doing well with nadolol then he should probably try another beta blocker before switching to a different class. Metoprolol is the most common one used. Answered by Adele Bottoni 1 year ago.

Corgard Medicine Answered by Santiago Deason 1 year ago.


Information on the beta blocker corgard... i was prescribed this med. for headaches and light headedness?
i am 21 years old and in very good shape... my blood pressure is normal...and my doctor decided to try a beta blocker... i dont know a lot about them..except i read they were primarily for high blood pressure.... i would jus like to know if someone could describe for me what his med exactly does.. and how it will... Asked by Maryland Shahin 1 year ago.

i am 21 years old and in very good shape... my blood pressure is normal...and my doctor decided to try a beta blocker... i dont know a lot about them..except i read they were primarily for high blood pressure.... i would jus like to know if someone could describe for me what his med exactly does.. and how it will help headaches... im takin the med.. so its not a medical questions...more of curiousity .. and i just would like to have the knowledge....thanks. Answered by Zola Yagle 1 year ago.

beta blockers just deaden the nerve endings, you might as well take 750mg vicadin Answered by Janean Skobiak 1 year ago.

Beta blockers are mainly for blood pressure but they are also often used for the treatment of some kinds of headache - migraine type headaches in particular. It soulds like your doc is doing a good job for you but if you are worried about the medicine or have questions about it then the best thing to do is to go back and discuss it with him or her in person. Hope this helps Answered by Mao Farney 1 year ago.


Do beta blockers like Nadolol (corgard) really lessen the effect of the albuerol treatment for asthma?
Asked by Ashlea Vangelder 1 year ago.

Yes, beta blockers not only block the effect of beta-agonists, such as PROVENTIL HFA (albuterol inhalation) Inhalation Aerosol, but may produce severe bronchospasm in asthmatic patients. Answered by Rayford Hurry 1 year ago.


Have you ever used a beta blocker Nodolol with nitric oxide?
whay is your experience? Asked by Jonathan Decroo 1 year ago.

Naldolol (Corgard) is an older beta blocker which does not mean that it is not a good medication. Nitric oxide was originally referred to as endothelial derived relaxing factor. It was later discovered that EDRF was nitric oxide and that the drug isosorbide mononitrate was a structural and functional match. Naldolol and nitric oxide are potentially complimentary drugs and there are many reasons to combine them. Fairly recently a novel beta blocker nebivolol (Bystolic) was released which seems to have the benefits of both naldolol and nitric oxide. Nebivolol is very expensive however while the other two medications are very inexpensive. If I may be of further assistance please let me know. I wish you the very best of health and may God bless. Answered by Renata Daurizio 1 year ago.


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