Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018553/001.

Names and composition

"INDERAL LA" is the commercial name of a drug composed of PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018553/001 INDERAL LA PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 160MG
018553/002 INDERAL LA PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 80MG
018553/003 INDERAL LA PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 120MG
018553/004 INDERAL LA PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 60MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
016418/001 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016418/002 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
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018553/001 INDERAL LA PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 160MG
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Answered questions

Can you build a tolerance to Inderal LA?
Thanks a bunch. you are right, I take this medication to slow down my heart rate, which then raises my blood pressure. I just feel so horrible lately - it feels like it's not working. :( Asked by Monserrate Raskin 2 years ago.

I have been taking 80mg of Inderal LA for about two years now. I take this medication for hypotension. I had tachycardia regularly before and I used to faint as a result. I have been on my feet for two years now and feeling good until recently. I can feel my heart racing again and my blood pressure is low (like it used to be). I have an appointment with my doctor in a few weeks (he's always booked out for a month at a time), so I will of course ask him these questions as well, but I was wondering if it is possible to build up a tolerance to Inderal? It doesn't seem likely, but I don't understand why I'm feeling bad again. Could I be getting worst? Answered by Kimberly Ruetz 2 years ago.

Inderal LA is a beta blocker and lowers your blood pressure and heart rate. I don't think you were put on this for hypotension, just for tachycardia. I know a person who has taken this same medication for 10 years (at first it was just Inderal) Keep taking the Inderal LA until you see your Dr but drink more fluids, you may be dehydrated. This medicine will lower your BP but dehydration will cause you problems you are describing. See your Dr ASAP. Go to ER if you get worse. Answered by Kathern Radcliffe 2 years ago.

Frostbit, You can built up tolerance to any drug at any time, it happens to me all the time and its frustrating, I can take a medication for 6-8 months and I get completly restrant to it, Good Luck Rita V Answered by Julian Yoshimura 2 years ago.


Wellbutrin XL, Inderal LA?
Hey,I have been having notable bouts of stage fright and was wondering if it is true that there is a long acting form of Inderal available? One psychiatrist told me that "You could take an 80mg sht." If so that would be awesome. Also is it true that Intuniva is only for children and adolescents?I... Asked by Benjamin Brumwell 2 years ago.

Hey, I have been having notable bouts of stage fright and was wondering if it is true that there is a long acting form of Inderal available? One psychiatrist told me that "You could take an 80mg sht." If so that would be awesome. Also is it true that Intuniva is only for children and adolescents? I was also curious about the seizure threshold for Wellbutrin and if alpha antagonists would affect the threshold? Answered by Erik Ordway 2 years ago.

I take Inderal 40mg twice a day and have done so since i was a kid. I take it for heart issues, but understand it also has a calming effect in stressful moments. I don't know what taking Inderal would do if u do not have a heart problem, so i would recommend you consult your doctor b4 trying it, to find out what the risks are versus any perceived or actual benefits be safe, be sage Answered by Jalisa Predmore 2 years ago.

I have previously been on the regular Wellbutrin with no problems what so ever. Then I stopped taking after many months because I didn't need it. However due to being laid off, stress and worrying constantly I needed to get back on something. Due to a lack of job and money this time around I got the generic form of it. I have taken it so far 8 days. And yesterday I broke out with like welts all over that itched. Plus my lip swelled up about 3 times it's normal size. I started taken benadryl because I didn't know what caused it and figured it was an allergic reaction to something. Last night I was also extremely restless and could not sleep. I woke up today with more welts in different places and very itchy hands and palms. My hands are now swollen and the itching will not stop no matter what I do. So I didn't take it today and am calling my doctro right away tomorrow. So to make a long story short I definately see a difference between the generic and regular brand. Hope that gives you some insight. Answered by Jay Vehrs 2 years ago.


Difference between inderal 40mg and toprol xl 50?
I am wondering what is the dosage difference between Inderal 40 mg and Toprol XL-50 mg. Which is the better one to take long term? Asked by Daniela Meisler 2 years ago.

Inderal LA? They are both long acting...if your talking about inderal la, the capsules,there is plain inderal tablets too(generic is propranolol..i think??). Inderal LA and Toprol XL are both long acting, LA (long acting), XL (extended release) except toprol are tablets. They work in the same way,just different medications. Inderal is made in 20mg doses, 20mg,40mg,maybe 60mg,and 80mg...and so on. Toprol is made in 25mg,50mg,100mg and 200mg. Even though a medication works in the same way as another, it may be required to take a higher dose of one to make it work as well as the other did. Answered by Jeffrey Hansell 2 years ago.


Adenocard? and Inderal LA?
I had an EP study done today, they gave me no sedative, but did have to administer adenocard as well as Inderal La. Now i feel weird, lightheaded, vertigo, and fatigue. I'm wondering if this is normal reactions to these drugs or if I'm having an adverse reaction. The hospital said that i was fine, but... Asked by Francesca Bertuzzi 2 years ago.

I had an EP study done today, they gave me no sedative, but did have to administer adenocard as well as Inderal La. Now i feel weird, lightheaded, vertigo, and fatigue. I'm wondering if this is normal reactions to these drugs or if I'm having an adverse reaction. The hospital said that i was fine, but i'm still worried because my pupils are HUGE!!! How long will this feeling last? anyone ever had it before? Answered by Darnell Brenton 2 years ago.

Adenocard is a short acting drug and the effect should be gone in a few minutes. Inderal LA is a long acting beta-blocker and can cause fatigue and dizziness. talk to your doctor if your symptoms persist and have your blood pressure checked. Answered by Wilton Meshew 2 years ago.


Inderal la questionnnn?
So, ive been on inderal la since yesterday (80 mg) per day, and so i took it for the second time today and my mouth is itchy, and now my throat is scratchy. is that like, a normal side effect? i mean i don't think its an allergic reaction cuz i took it yesterday and i was fine. I was thinking it could also just be... Asked by Oretha Torreblanca 2 years ago.

So, ive been on inderal la since yesterday (80 mg) per day, and so i took it for the second time today and my mouth is itchy, and now my throat is scratchy. is that like, a normal side effect? i mean i don't think its an allergic reaction cuz i took it yesterday and i was fine. I was thinking it could also just be a cold coming on since like everyone at school has either that or allergies cuz im always sneezing. Any ideas? Answered by Ginny Rumpel 2 years ago.

That is not a normally reported side effect of Inderal LA (propranolol). If you find that you are starting to have difficulty with your breathing, even in the slightest, seek medical attention. This sounds more like an allergic reaction than an adverse reaction. Simply because you did not have an allergic reaction yesterday does not mean that you will not or cannot have one today. People develop allergies to things they were never allergic to before, even if they use the item regularly. Do yourself a favor, seek medical attention. Talk to your doctor and tell him how you are reacting to the medicine. It may be nothing or it may be something. Answered by Joelle Belyoussian 2 years ago.

It is not a pain killer, it is a beta blocker. Sometimes this beta blocker is used to treat "stage fright" It used to be used for high blood pressure or heart rhythm problems, but not so much anymore. Beta blockers are a class of drug that works by blocking the neurotransmitters norepinephrine and epinephrine from binding to receptors in the body. There are three known types of beta receptors, known as beta1 (β1), beta2 (β2) and beta3 (β3). When the neurotransmitters are prevented from binding to the receptors, it in turn causes the effects of adrenaline to be blocked. Adrenaline is the chemical in the body that the heart beat faster, etc. I won't say what happens if "too many" are taken as medications should not be used this way. Any medication can harm you if taken in excess. Sometimes people take pills that aren't prescribed for them to get high or get hurt. If you have done this or are considering doing this or are helping out a friend, please find a way to get some real live help. Answered by Jc Kosin 2 years ago.


Blood Pressure - Inderal LA (Propranolol generic) and Cozaar good combination?
I take Inderal long acting 80 mg 1 time per day. My BP still runs a little high. My cardiologist prescribed Cozaar 50 mg in addition. Just wondering if anyone taking Inderal or propranolol (generic for Inderal) has taken this combo and how they did? Any side effects? Asked by Coralee Munstermann 2 years ago.

Cozaar is an angiotensin II receptor antagonist. What ?? This means it stops you making stuff that constricts blood vessels, hence lowering BP. The Inderal (LA - Long Acting) is a Beta Blocker, which helps stop the 'go harder' signals from your body to your heart, also lowering BP. It is often useful to use more than 1 BP lowering (antihypertensive) medication to get that old BP down where you want it. This is a very safe combo and there are no extra side effects from taking the medications individually. It is always a good idea when starting a new BP med to get regular BP checks to get the doseage right for you, everyone responds differently, and it depends why the BP is high too. Hope this helps. Answered by Yong Yunk 2 years ago.

Extremely interesting question, hope we get some good answers Answered by Tora Imbrogno 2 years ago.


Is there an over the counter substatute 4 Inderal 60 LA its 4 migraines?
it is a maintanence drug, also 4 high blood presser and anjina Asked by Ruthe Cave 2 years ago.

Inderal is a Beta-Blocker. There are no OTC beta-blockers. You could try Excedrin which contains Aspirin, Tylenol and Caffeine (which depending on how well your BP is controlled may be a bad idea), I would not recommend this for long term use due to problems with stomach ulcers. In addition stopping the inderal may also cause a rise in your BP, as B-blockers also have effect on that Answered by Simona Shuping 2 years ago.


The Difference between Inderal La 80 Tablets and Propranolol?
Hi hoping someone can help me. Ive just been given Propranolol 10mg from the docs for anxiety. I used to take Half Inderal LA 80 and ive found that it is made from propranolol too. Can anyone tell me the difference between these two tablets and which is "stronger"?? Ta very much x Asked by Paola Hegre 2 years ago.

They are the exact same drug, propranolol is the generic (chemical) name. The Inderal LA is an extended release type of tablet. This does not mean it's stronger, just that you need fewer pills per day. However, generic propranolol can also be prepared in extended release tablets too, depending on the specific prescription. Talk to the pharmacist sometime (it's free and you just walk right up) and they can give you a detailed explaination. Answered by Peggy Lape 2 years ago.

Inderal La 80 Answered by Jana Wattley 2 years ago.


Why was Inderal LA taken off the market???
Walgreens said that the people that make it don't make it anymore so I had to switch the other day b/c they dont make it anymore. Asked by Sharan Balish 2 years ago.

the inderal la 120mg has been on manufacturer back order for about a month or so, no details from them as to why... inderal la is still marketed. Answered by Reva Bultron 2 years ago.

I don't think that it was. My wholesaler shows that it is still available. Answered by Philip Brochu 2 years ago.


Can you build a tolerance to Inderal LA?
Thanks a bunch. you are right, I take this medication to slow down my heart rate, which then raises my blood pressure. I just feel so horrible lately - it feels like it's not working. :( Asked by Liana Rubbo 2 years ago.

I have been taking 80mg of Inderal LA for about two years now. I take this medication for hypotension. I had tachycardia regularly before and I used to faint as a result. I have been on my feet for two years now and feeling good until recently. I can feel my heart racing again and my blood pressure is low (like it used to be). I have an appointment with my doctor in a few weeks (he's always booked out for a month at a time), so I will of course ask him these questions as well, but I was wondering if it is possible to build up a tolerance to Inderal? It doesn't seem likely, but I don't understand why I'm feeling bad again. Could I be getting worst? Answered by Riley Boissonneault 2 years ago.

Inderal LA is a beta blocker and lowers your blood pressure and heart rate. I don't think you were put on this for hypotension, just for tachycardia. I know a person who has taken this same medication for 10 years (at first it was just Inderal) Keep taking the Inderal LA until you see your Dr but drink more fluids, you may be dehydrated. This medicine will lower your BP but dehydration will cause you problems you are describing. See your Dr ASAP. Go to ER if you get worse. Answered by Terra Tietjen 2 years ago.

Frostbit, You can built up tolerance to any drug at any time, it happens to me all the time and its frustrating, I can take a medication for 6-8 months and I get completly restrant to it, Good Luck Rita V Answered by Tennille Coombs 2 years ago.


Wellbutrin XL, Inderal LA?
Hey,I have been having notable bouts of stage fright and was wondering if it is true that there is a long acting form of Inderal available? One psychiatrist told me that "You could take an 80mg sht." If so that would be awesome. Also is it true that Intuniva is only for children and adolescents?I... Asked by Misti Hueftle 2 years ago.

Hey, I have been having notable bouts of stage fright and was wondering if it is true that there is a long acting form of Inderal available? One psychiatrist told me that "You could take an 80mg sht." If so that would be awesome. Also is it true that Intuniva is only for children and adolescents? I was also curious about the seizure threshold for Wellbutrin and if alpha antagonists would affect the threshold? Answered by Mamie Pellowski 2 years ago.

I take Inderal 40mg twice a day and have done so since i was a kid. I take it for heart issues, but understand it also has a calming effect in stressful moments. I don't know what taking Inderal would do if u do not have a heart problem, so i would recommend you consult your doctor b4 trying it, to find out what the risks are versus any perceived or actual benefits be safe, be sage Answered by Gracia Scroggins 2 years ago.

I have previously been on the regular Wellbutrin with no problems what so ever. Then I stopped taking after many months because I didn't need it. However due to being laid off, stress and worrying constantly I needed to get back on something. Due to a lack of job and money this time around I got the generic form of it. I have taken it so far 8 days. And yesterday I broke out with like welts all over that itched. Plus my lip swelled up about 3 times it's normal size. I started taken benadryl because I didn't know what caused it and figured it was an allergic reaction to something. Last night I was also extremely restless and could not sleep. I woke up today with more welts in different places and very itchy hands and palms. My hands are now swollen and the itching will not stop no matter what I do. So I didn't take it today and am calling my doctro right away tomorrow. So to make a long story short I definately see a difference between the generic and regular brand. Hope that gives you some insight. Answered by Blake Giorgini 2 years ago.


Difference between inderal 40mg and toprol xl 50?
I am wondering what is the dosage difference between Inderal 40 mg and Toprol XL-50 mg. Which is the better one to take long term? Asked by Gema Kubish 2 years ago.

Inderal LA? They are both long acting...if your talking about inderal la, the capsules,there is plain inderal tablets too(generic is propranolol..i think??). Inderal LA and Toprol XL are both long acting, LA (long acting), XL (extended release) except toprol are tablets. They work in the same way,just different medications. Inderal is made in 20mg doses, 20mg,40mg,maybe 60mg,and 80mg...and so on. Toprol is made in 25mg,50mg,100mg and 200mg. Even though a medication works in the same way as another, it may be required to take a higher dose of one to make it work as well as the other did. Answered by Rosia Caskey 2 years ago.


Adenocard? and Inderal LA?
I had an EP study done today, they gave me no sedative, but did have to administer adenocard as well as Inderal La. Now i feel weird, lightheaded, vertigo, and fatigue. I'm wondering if this is normal reactions to these drugs or if I'm having an adverse reaction. The hospital said that i was fine, but... Asked by Francisca Borgmeyer 2 years ago.

I had an EP study done today, they gave me no sedative, but did have to administer adenocard as well as Inderal La. Now i feel weird, lightheaded, vertigo, and fatigue. I'm wondering if this is normal reactions to these drugs or if I'm having an adverse reaction. The hospital said that i was fine, but i'm still worried because my pupils are HUGE!!! How long will this feeling last? anyone ever had it before? Answered by Song Fake 2 years ago.

Adenocard is a short acting drug and the effect should be gone in a few minutes. Inderal LA is a long acting beta-blocker and can cause fatigue and dizziness. talk to your doctor if your symptoms persist and have your blood pressure checked. Answered by Lanny Crase 2 years ago.


Inderal la questionnnn?
So, ive been on inderal la since yesterday (80 mg) per day, and so i took it for the second time today and my mouth is itchy, and now my throat is scratchy. is that like, a normal side effect? i mean i don't think its an allergic reaction cuz i took it yesterday and i was fine. I was thinking it could also just be... Asked by Jerrold Reyers 2 years ago.

So, ive been on inderal la since yesterday (80 mg) per day, and so i took it for the second time today and my mouth is itchy, and now my throat is scratchy. is that like, a normal side effect? i mean i don't think its an allergic reaction cuz i took it yesterday and i was fine. I was thinking it could also just be a cold coming on since like everyone at school has either that or allergies cuz im always sneezing. Any ideas? Answered by Williams Otomo 2 years ago.

That is not a normally reported side effect of Inderal LA (propranolol). If you find that you are starting to have difficulty with your breathing, even in the slightest, seek medical attention. This sounds more like an allergic reaction than an adverse reaction. Simply because you did not have an allergic reaction yesterday does not mean that you will not or cannot have one today. People develop allergies to things they were never allergic to before, even if they use the item regularly. Do yourself a favor, seek medical attention. Talk to your doctor and tell him how you are reacting to the medicine. It may be nothing or it may be something. Answered by Josefine Fifer 2 years ago.

It is not a pain killer, it is a beta blocker. Sometimes this beta blocker is used to treat "stage fright" It used to be used for high blood pressure or heart rhythm problems, but not so much anymore. Beta blockers are a class of drug that works by blocking the neurotransmitters norepinephrine and epinephrine from binding to receptors in the body. There are three known types of beta receptors, known as beta1 (β1), beta2 (β2) and beta3 (β3). When the neurotransmitters are prevented from binding to the receptors, it in turn causes the effects of adrenaline to be blocked. Adrenaline is the chemical in the body that the heart beat faster, etc. I won't say what happens if "too many" are taken as medications should not be used this way. Any medication can harm you if taken in excess. Sometimes people take pills that aren't prescribed for them to get high or get hurt. If you have done this or are considering doing this or are helping out a friend, please find a way to get some real live help. Answered by Belkis Nogueira 2 years ago.


Blood Pressure - Inderal LA (Propranolol generic) and Cozaar good combination?
I take Inderal long acting 80 mg 1 time per day. My BP still runs a little high. My cardiologist prescribed Cozaar 50 mg in addition. Just wondering if anyone taking Inderal or propranolol (generic for Inderal) has taken this combo and how they did? Any side effects? Asked by Monet Mcgaughey 2 years ago.

Cozaar is an angiotensin II receptor antagonist. What ?? This means it stops you making stuff that constricts blood vessels, hence lowering BP. The Inderal (LA - Long Acting) is a Beta Blocker, which helps stop the 'go harder' signals from your body to your heart, also lowering BP. It is often useful to use more than 1 BP lowering (antihypertensive) medication to get that old BP down where you want it. This is a very safe combo and there are no extra side effects from taking the medications individually. It is always a good idea when starting a new BP med to get regular BP checks to get the doseage right for you, everyone responds differently, and it depends why the BP is high too. Hope this helps. Answered by Darrell Jerido 2 years ago.

Extremely interesting question, hope we get some good answers Answered by Alexia Drechsler 2 years ago.


Is there an over the counter substatute 4 Inderal 60 LA its 4 migraines?
it is a maintanence drug, also 4 high blood presser and anjina Asked by Concha Gatesy 2 years ago.

Inderal is a Beta-Blocker. There are no OTC beta-blockers. You could try Excedrin which contains Aspirin, Tylenol and Caffeine (which depending on how well your BP is controlled may be a bad idea), I would not recommend this for long term use due to problems with stomach ulcers. In addition stopping the inderal may also cause a rise in your BP, as B-blockers also have effect on that Answered by Arlene Zaki 2 years ago.


The Difference between Inderal La 80 Tablets and Propranolol?
Hi hoping someone can help me. Ive just been given Propranolol 10mg from the docs for anxiety. I used to take Half Inderal LA 80 and ive found that it is made from propranolol too. Can anyone tell me the difference between these two tablets and which is "stronger"?? Ta very much x Asked by Ernesto Speith 2 years ago.

They are the exact same drug, propranolol is the generic (chemical) name. The Inderal LA is an extended release type of tablet. This does not mean it's stronger, just that you need fewer pills per day. However, generic propranolol can also be prepared in extended release tablets too, depending on the specific prescription. Talk to the pharmacist sometime (it's free and you just walk right up) and they can give you a detailed explaination. Answered by Karlyn Foshee 2 years ago.

Inderal La 80 Answered by Lavone Rougeaux 2 years ago.


Why was Inderal LA taken off the market???
Walgreens said that the people that make it don't make it anymore so I had to switch the other day b/c they dont make it anymore. Asked by Allyson Levinthal 2 years ago.

the inderal la 120mg has been on manufacturer back order for about a month or so, no details from them as to why... inderal la is still marketed. Answered by Shavonne Figura 2 years ago.

I don't think that it was. My wholesaler shows that it is still available. Answered by Odessa Langton 2 years ago.


Can you build a tolerance to Inderal LA?
Thanks a bunch. you are right, I take this medication to slow down my heart rate, which then raises my blood pressure. I just feel so horrible lately - it feels like it's not working. :( Asked by Wyatt Floth 2 years ago.

I have been taking 80mg of Inderal LA for about two years now. I take this medication for hypotension. I had tachycardia regularly before and I used to faint as a result. I have been on my feet for two years now and feeling good until recently. I can feel my heart racing again and my blood pressure is low (like it used to be). I have an appointment with my doctor in a few weeks (he's always booked out for a month at a time), so I will of course ask him these questions as well, but I was wondering if it is possible to build up a tolerance to Inderal? It doesn't seem likely, but I don't understand why I'm feeling bad again. Could I be getting worst? Answered by Juan Dembroski 2 years ago.

Inderal LA is a beta blocker and lowers your blood pressure and heart rate. I don't think you were put on this for hypotension, just for tachycardia. I know a person who has taken this same medication for 10 years (at first it was just Inderal) Keep taking the Inderal LA until you see your Dr but drink more fluids, you may be dehydrated. This medicine will lower your BP but dehydration will cause you problems you are describing. See your Dr ASAP. Go to ER if you get worse. Answered by Ina Barness 2 years ago.

Frostbit, You can built up tolerance to any drug at any time, it happens to me all the time and its frustrating, I can take a medication for 6-8 months and I get completly restrant to it, Good Luck Rita V Answered by Lovie Brightly 2 years ago.


Wellbutrin XL, Inderal LA?
Hey,I have been having notable bouts of stage fright and was wondering if it is true that there is a long acting form of Inderal available? One psychiatrist told me that "You could take an 80mg sht." If so that would be awesome. Also is it true that Intuniva is only for children and adolescents?I... Asked by Carli Kottenstette 2 years ago.

Hey, I have been having notable bouts of stage fright and was wondering if it is true that there is a long acting form of Inderal available? One psychiatrist told me that "You could take an 80mg sht." If so that would be awesome. Also is it true that Intuniva is only for children and adolescents? I was also curious about the seizure threshold for Wellbutrin and if alpha antagonists would affect the threshold? Answered by Joshua Sanlatte 2 years ago.

I take Inderal 40mg twice a day and have done so since i was a kid. I take it for heart issues, but understand it also has a calming effect in stressful moments. I don't know what taking Inderal would do if u do not have a heart problem, so i would recommend you consult your doctor b4 trying it, to find out what the risks are versus any perceived or actual benefits be safe, be sage Answered by Madelene Gildemeister 2 years ago.

I have previously been on the regular Wellbutrin with no problems what so ever. Then I stopped taking after many months because I didn't need it. However due to being laid off, stress and worrying constantly I needed to get back on something. Due to a lack of job and money this time around I got the generic form of it. I have taken it so far 8 days. And yesterday I broke out with like welts all over that itched. Plus my lip swelled up about 3 times it's normal size. I started taken benadryl because I didn't know what caused it and figured it was an allergic reaction to something. Last night I was also extremely restless and could not sleep. I woke up today with more welts in different places and very itchy hands and palms. My hands are now swollen and the itching will not stop no matter what I do. So I didn't take it today and am calling my doctro right away tomorrow. So to make a long story short I definately see a difference between the generic and regular brand. Hope that gives you some insight. Answered by Ann Muscolino 2 years ago.


Difference between inderal 40mg and toprol xl 50?
I am wondering what is the dosage difference between Inderal 40 mg and Toprol XL-50 mg. Which is the better one to take long term? Asked by Danille Donmoyer 2 years ago.

Inderal LA? They are both long acting...if your talking about inderal la, the capsules,there is plain inderal tablets too(generic is propranolol..i think??). Inderal LA and Toprol XL are both long acting, LA (long acting), XL (extended release) except toprol are tablets. They work in the same way,just different medications. Inderal is made in 20mg doses, 20mg,40mg,maybe 60mg,and 80mg...and so on. Toprol is made in 25mg,50mg,100mg and 200mg. Even though a medication works in the same way as another, it may be required to take a higher dose of one to make it work as well as the other did. Answered by Valrie Degraff 2 years ago.


Adenocard? and Inderal LA?
I had an EP study done today, they gave me no sedative, but did have to administer adenocard as well as Inderal La. Now i feel weird, lightheaded, vertigo, and fatigue. I'm wondering if this is normal reactions to these drugs or if I'm having an adverse reaction. The hospital said that i was fine, but... Asked by Florance Pietropaolo 2 years ago.

I had an EP study done today, they gave me no sedative, but did have to administer adenocard as well as Inderal La. Now i feel weird, lightheaded, vertigo, and fatigue. I'm wondering if this is normal reactions to these drugs or if I'm having an adverse reaction. The hospital said that i was fine, but i'm still worried because my pupils are HUGE!!! How long will this feeling last? anyone ever had it before? Answered by Nakisha Poldrack 2 years ago.

Adenocard is a short acting drug and the effect should be gone in a few minutes. Inderal LA is a long acting beta-blocker and can cause fatigue and dizziness. talk to your doctor if your symptoms persist and have your blood pressure checked. Answered by Rhonda Boyack 2 years ago.


Inderal la questionnnn?
So, ive been on inderal la since yesterday (80 mg) per day, and so i took it for the second time today and my mouth is itchy, and now my throat is scratchy. is that like, a normal side effect? i mean i don't think its an allergic reaction cuz i took it yesterday and i was fine. I was thinking it could also just be... Asked by Patricia Seid 2 years ago.

So, ive been on inderal la since yesterday (80 mg) per day, and so i took it for the second time today and my mouth is itchy, and now my throat is scratchy. is that like, a normal side effect? i mean i don't think its an allergic reaction cuz i took it yesterday and i was fine. I was thinking it could also just be a cold coming on since like everyone at school has either that or allergies cuz im always sneezing. Any ideas? Answered by Shawanna Pavich 2 years ago.

That is not a normally reported side effect of Inderal LA (propranolol). If you find that you are starting to have difficulty with your breathing, even in the slightest, seek medical attention. This sounds more like an allergic reaction than an adverse reaction. Simply because you did not have an allergic reaction yesterday does not mean that you will not or cannot have one today. People develop allergies to things they were never allergic to before, even if they use the item regularly. Do yourself a favor, seek medical attention. Talk to your doctor and tell him how you are reacting to the medicine. It may be nothing or it may be something. Answered by Monserrate Cassion 2 years ago.

It is not a pain killer, it is a beta blocker. Sometimes this beta blocker is used to treat "stage fright" It used to be used for high blood pressure or heart rhythm problems, but not so much anymore. Beta blockers are a class of drug that works by blocking the neurotransmitters norepinephrine and epinephrine from binding to receptors in the body. There are three known types of beta receptors, known as beta1 (β1), beta2 (β2) and beta3 (β3). When the neurotransmitters are prevented from binding to the receptors, it in turn causes the effects of adrenaline to be blocked. Adrenaline is the chemical in the body that the heart beat faster, etc. I won't say what happens if "too many" are taken as medications should not be used this way. Any medication can harm you if taken in excess. Sometimes people take pills that aren't prescribed for them to get high or get hurt. If you have done this or are considering doing this or are helping out a friend, please find a way to get some real live help. Answered by Shanna Rongstad 2 years ago.


Blood Pressure - Inderal LA (Propranolol generic) and Cozaar good combination?
I take Inderal long acting 80 mg 1 time per day. My BP still runs a little high. My cardiologist prescribed Cozaar 50 mg in addition. Just wondering if anyone taking Inderal or propranolol (generic for Inderal) has taken this combo and how they did? Any side effects? Asked by Ayanna Bodiroga 2 years ago.

Cozaar is an angiotensin II receptor antagonist. What ?? This means it stops you making stuff that constricts blood vessels, hence lowering BP. The Inderal (LA - Long Acting) is a Beta Blocker, which helps stop the 'go harder' signals from your body to your heart, also lowering BP. It is often useful to use more than 1 BP lowering (antihypertensive) medication to get that old BP down where you want it. This is a very safe combo and there are no extra side effects from taking the medications individually. It is always a good idea when starting a new BP med to get regular BP checks to get the doseage right for you, everyone responds differently, and it depends why the BP is high too. Hope this helps. Answered by Kecia Vanwert 2 years ago.

Extremely interesting question, hope we get some good answers Answered by Laronda Taddio 2 years ago.


Is there an over the counter substatute 4 Inderal 60 LA its 4 migraines?
it is a maintanence drug, also 4 high blood presser and anjina Asked by Olen Tirino 2 years ago.

Inderal is a Beta-Blocker. There are no OTC beta-blockers. You could try Excedrin which contains Aspirin, Tylenol and Caffeine (which depending on how well your BP is controlled may be a bad idea), I would not recommend this for long term use due to problems with stomach ulcers. In addition stopping the inderal may also cause a rise in your BP, as B-blockers also have effect on that Answered by Jacob Mccargo 2 years ago.


The Difference between Inderal La 80 Tablets and Propranolol?
Hi hoping someone can help me. Ive just been given Propranolol 10mg from the docs for anxiety. I used to take Half Inderal LA 80 and ive found that it is made from propranolol too. Can anyone tell me the difference between these two tablets and which is "stronger"?? Ta very much x Asked by Ingeborg Fialho 2 years ago.

They are the exact same drug, propranolol is the generic (chemical) name. The Inderal LA is an extended release type of tablet. This does not mean it's stronger, just that you need fewer pills per day. However, generic propranolol can also be prepared in extended release tablets too, depending on the specific prescription. Talk to the pharmacist sometime (it's free and you just walk right up) and they can give you a detailed explaination. Answered by Christia Rintharamy 2 years ago.

Inderal La 80 Answered by Sylvester Kaperonis 2 years ago.


Why was Inderal LA taken off the market???
Walgreens said that the people that make it don't make it anymore so I had to switch the other day b/c they dont make it anymore. Asked by Mariela Berkoff 2 years ago.

the inderal la 120mg has been on manufacturer back order for about a month or so, no details from them as to why... inderal la is still marketed. Answered by Denis Atterbury 2 years ago.

I don't think that it was. My wholesaler shows that it is still available. Answered by Monika Loffier 2 years ago.


Can you build a tolerance to Inderal LA?
Thanks a bunch. you are right, I take this medication to slow down my heart rate, which then raises my blood pressure. I just feel so horrible lately - it feels like it's not working. :( Asked by Josue Hyberger 2 years ago.

I have been taking 80mg of Inderal LA for about two years now. I take this medication for hypotension. I had tachycardia regularly before and I used to faint as a result. I have been on my feet for two years now and feeling good until recently. I can feel my heart racing again and my blood pressure is low (like it used to be). I have an appointment with my doctor in a few weeks (he's always booked out for a month at a time), so I will of course ask him these questions as well, but I was wondering if it is possible to build up a tolerance to Inderal? It doesn't seem likely, but I don't understand why I'm feeling bad again. Could I be getting worst? Answered by Robbi Casale 2 years ago.

Inderal LA is a beta blocker and lowers your blood pressure and heart rate. I don't think you were put on this for hypotension, just for tachycardia. I know a person who has taken this same medication for 10 years (at first it was just Inderal) Keep taking the Inderal LA until you see your Dr but drink more fluids, you may be dehydrated. This medicine will lower your BP but dehydration will cause you problems you are describing. See your Dr ASAP. Go to ER if you get worse. Answered by Clifton Fatzinger 2 years ago.

Frostbit, You can built up tolerance to any drug at any time, it happens to me all the time and its frustrating, I can take a medication for 6-8 months and I get completly restrant to it, Good Luck Rita V Answered by Eleanore Perkoski 2 years ago.


Wellbutrin XL, Inderal LA?
Hey,I have been having notable bouts of stage fright and was wondering if it is true that there is a long acting form of Inderal available? One psychiatrist told me that "You could take an 80mg sht." If so that would be awesome. Also is it true that Intuniva is only for children and adolescents?I... Asked by Buena Branot 2 years ago.

Hey, I have been having notable bouts of stage fright and was wondering if it is true that there is a long acting form of Inderal available? One psychiatrist told me that "You could take an 80mg sht." If so that would be awesome. Also is it true that Intuniva is only for children and adolescents? I was also curious about the seizure threshold for Wellbutrin and if alpha antagonists would affect the threshold? Answered by Glenn Mchugh 2 years ago.

I take Inderal 40mg twice a day and have done so since i was a kid. I take it for heart issues, but understand it also has a calming effect in stressful moments. I don't know what taking Inderal would do if u do not have a heart problem, so i would recommend you consult your doctor b4 trying it, to find out what the risks are versus any perceived or actual benefits be safe, be sage Answered by Toi Kopicko 2 years ago.

I have previously been on the regular Wellbutrin with no problems what so ever. Then I stopped taking after many months because I didn't need it. However due to being laid off, stress and worrying constantly I needed to get back on something. Due to a lack of job and money this time around I got the generic form of it. I have taken it so far 8 days. And yesterday I broke out with like welts all over that itched. Plus my lip swelled up about 3 times it's normal size. I started taken benadryl because I didn't know what caused it and figured it was an allergic reaction to something. Last night I was also extremely restless and could not sleep. I woke up today with more welts in different places and very itchy hands and palms. My hands are now swollen and the itching will not stop no matter what I do. So I didn't take it today and am calling my doctro right away tomorrow. So to make a long story short I definately see a difference between the generic and regular brand. Hope that gives you some insight. Answered by Marisa Sumabat 2 years ago.


Difference between inderal 40mg and toprol xl 50?
I am wondering what is the dosage difference between Inderal 40 mg and Toprol XL-50 mg. Which is the better one to take long term? Asked by Luetta Josephpauline 2 years ago.

Inderal LA? They are both long acting...if your talking about inderal la, the capsules,there is plain inderal tablets too(generic is propranolol..i think??). Inderal LA and Toprol XL are both long acting, LA (long acting), XL (extended release) except toprol are tablets. They work in the same way,just different medications. Inderal is made in 20mg doses, 20mg,40mg,maybe 60mg,and 80mg...and so on. Toprol is made in 25mg,50mg,100mg and 200mg. Even though a medication works in the same way as another, it may be required to take a higher dose of one to make it work as well as the other did. Answered by Ilene Schwerd 2 years ago.


Adenocard? and Inderal LA?
I had an EP study done today, they gave me no sedative, but did have to administer adenocard as well as Inderal La. Now i feel weird, lightheaded, vertigo, and fatigue. I'm wondering if this is normal reactions to these drugs or if I'm having an adverse reaction. The hospital said that i was fine, but... Asked by Shalanda Paul 2 years ago.

I had an EP study done today, they gave me no sedative, but did have to administer adenocard as well as Inderal La. Now i feel weird, lightheaded, vertigo, and fatigue. I'm wondering if this is normal reactions to these drugs or if I'm having an adverse reaction. The hospital said that i was fine, but i'm still worried because my pupils are HUGE!!! How long will this feeling last? anyone ever had it before? Answered by Mitchell Difede 2 years ago.

Adenocard is a short acting drug and the effect should be gone in a few minutes. Inderal LA is a long acting beta-blocker and can cause fatigue and dizziness. talk to your doctor if your symptoms persist and have your blood pressure checked. Answered by Simone Holzboog 2 years ago.


Inderal la questionnnn?
So, ive been on inderal la since yesterday (80 mg) per day, and so i took it for the second time today and my mouth is itchy, and now my throat is scratchy. is that like, a normal side effect? i mean i don't think its an allergic reaction cuz i took it yesterday and i was fine. I was thinking it could also just be... Asked by Marybeth Beseke 2 years ago.

So, ive been on inderal la since yesterday (80 mg) per day, and so i took it for the second time today and my mouth is itchy, and now my throat is scratchy. is that like, a normal side effect? i mean i don't think its an allergic reaction cuz i took it yesterday and i was fine. I was thinking it could also just be a cold coming on since like everyone at school has either that or allergies cuz im always sneezing. Any ideas? Answered by Hilda Castellion 2 years ago.

That is not a normally reported side effect of Inderal LA (propranolol). If you find that you are starting to have difficulty with your breathing, even in the slightest, seek medical attention. This sounds more like an allergic reaction than an adverse reaction. Simply because you did not have an allergic reaction yesterday does not mean that you will not or cannot have one today. People develop allergies to things they were never allergic to before, even if they use the item regularly. Do yourself a favor, seek medical attention. Talk to your doctor and tell him how you are reacting to the medicine. It may be nothing or it may be something. Answered by Sandra Larcom 2 years ago.

It is not a pain killer, it is a beta blocker. Sometimes this beta blocker is used to treat "stage fright" It used to be used for high blood pressure or heart rhythm problems, but not so much anymore. Beta blockers are a class of drug that works by blocking the neurotransmitters norepinephrine and epinephrine from binding to receptors in the body. There are three known types of beta receptors, known as beta1 (β1), beta2 (β2) and beta3 (β3). When the neurotransmitters are prevented from binding to the receptors, it in turn causes the effects of adrenaline to be blocked. Adrenaline is the chemical in the body that the heart beat faster, etc. I won't say what happens if "too many" are taken as medications should not be used this way. Any medication can harm you if taken in excess. Sometimes people take pills that aren't prescribed for them to get high or get hurt. If you have done this or are considering doing this or are helping out a friend, please find a way to get some real live help. Answered by Alejandra Jamison 2 years ago.


Blood Pressure - Inderal LA (Propranolol generic) and Cozaar good combination?
I take Inderal long acting 80 mg 1 time per day. My BP still runs a little high. My cardiologist prescribed Cozaar 50 mg in addition. Just wondering if anyone taking Inderal or propranolol (generic for Inderal) has taken this combo and how they did? Any side effects? Asked by Alexis Cosman 2 years ago.

Cozaar is an angiotensin II receptor antagonist. What ?? This means it stops you making stuff that constricts blood vessels, hence lowering BP. The Inderal (LA - Long Acting) is a Beta Blocker, which helps stop the 'go harder' signals from your body to your heart, also lowering BP. It is often useful to use more than 1 BP lowering (antihypertensive) medication to get that old BP down where you want it. This is a very safe combo and there are no extra side effects from taking the medications individually. It is always a good idea when starting a new BP med to get regular BP checks to get the doseage right for you, everyone responds differently, and it depends why the BP is high too. Hope this helps. Answered by Lindsey Crapse 2 years ago.

Extremely interesting question, hope we get some good answers Answered by Lane Mccorry 2 years ago.


Is there an over the counter substatute 4 Inderal 60 LA its 4 migraines?
it is a maintanence drug, also 4 high blood presser and anjina Asked by Dorian Mccorkell 2 years ago.

Inderal is a Beta-Blocker. There are no OTC beta-blockers. You could try Excedrin which contains Aspirin, Tylenol and Caffeine (which depending on how well your BP is controlled may be a bad idea), I would not recommend this for long term use due to problems with stomach ulcers. In addition stopping the inderal may also cause a rise in your BP, as B-blockers also have effect on that Answered by Elfriede Revilla 2 years ago.


The Difference between Inderal La 80 Tablets and Propranolol?
Hi hoping someone can help me. Ive just been given Propranolol 10mg from the docs for anxiety. I used to take Half Inderal LA 80 and ive found that it is made from propranolol too. Can anyone tell me the difference between these two tablets and which is "stronger"?? Ta very much x Asked by Melvin Scow 2 years ago.

They are the exact same drug, propranolol is the generic (chemical) name. The Inderal LA is an extended release type of tablet. This does not mean it's stronger, just that you need fewer pills per day. However, generic propranolol can also be prepared in extended release tablets too, depending on the specific prescription. Talk to the pharmacist sometime (it's free and you just walk right up) and they can give you a detailed explaination. Answered by Theron Wenclawiak 2 years ago.

Inderal La 80 Answered by Abraham Savio 2 years ago.


Why was Inderal LA taken off the market???
Walgreens said that the people that make it don't make it anymore so I had to switch the other day b/c they dont make it anymore. Asked by Vannesa Marlborough 2 years ago.

the inderal la 120mg has been on manufacturer back order for about a month or so, no details from them as to why... inderal la is still marketed. Answered by Russell Kennin 2 years ago.

I don't think that it was. My wholesaler shows that it is still available. Answered by Season Ashford 2 years ago.


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