Propranolol

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Propranolol (International Nonproprietary Name) is a sympatholytic non-selective beta blocker. Sympatholytics are used to treat hypert...
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Propranolol and Xyzal

Interaction between Propranolol and Xyzal: Interaction not known, but may still exist. Always consult your doctor before taking these medications together. Do not stop taking the medications without a physician's advice. Disclaimer
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I have been taking Xyzal (anti-histamine) for 3 months and...
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" ...not taking an oral antibiotic, but I have been taking Xyzal (anti-histamine) for 3 months and recently started Propranolol on an as-needed basis. I too have very sensitive... "

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lpful. I take an antihistamine (Xyzal) which helps with th...
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" Hi Ewist, for my severe vascular rosacea I find clonidine, propranolol nd remeron (mirtazapine) helpful. I take an antihistamine (Xyzal) which helps with the food ...diet carefully. These meds have a... "

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on of th two). I take clonidine and propranolol and Xy...
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" ...better then just on of th two). I take clonidine and propranolol and Xyza... "

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lonidine, propranolol and mirtazapine, with Xyzal. (All t...
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" ...Meds that have made a massive difference for my severe flushing and redness are clonidine, propranolol and mirtazapine, with Xyzal. (All together). You might need some perseverence to get... "

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opranolol, later added Xyzal and mirtazapine). No...
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" ...For me medication helped (clonidine, propranolol, later added Xyzal and mirtazapine). Not sure where ...and is a professor in dermatology with huge experience with rosacea. I am sure he can give you some... "

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tazapine -antihistamines (Xyzal for instance). You can...
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" ...flushing meds for most: -clonidine (gives rebound flush, so you ...term and every 8 hours). -propranolol -mirtazapine -antihistamines (Xyzal for instance). You can take... "

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lso propranolol, remeron and Xyzal (antihistamine). Maybe t...
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" ...bring things back under some control; clonidine, as mentioned by Burner, and also propranolol, remeron and Xyzal (antihistamine). Maybe they, or some of them, will help you too to break... "

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e clonidine, propranolol, Xyzal and mirtazapine. There is a...
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" ...an IPL treatment for my moderate rosacea back in 2005 and ...ruined my rosacea, also had the constant flushing and burning. I'm not ...a life again. I use clonidine, propranolol, Xyzal and mirtazapine. There... "

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lp (clonidine, propranolol, Xyzal and mirtazapine, yeh I ta...
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" ...above mentioned medication help (clonidine, propranolol, Xyzal and mirtazapine, yeh I take ...too close by (rebound redness), but a very gentle air stream has prevented night time flares almost with 95%... "

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r xyzal. Also possibly adding in propranolol. Of cours...
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" ...of your system? I was thinking of changing singular to either zyrtec or xyzal. Also possibly adding in propranolol. Of course I know to only add in one new drug at a... "

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