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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onidine, propranolol, mirtazapine and Xyzal, Also some pe...
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" ...you are sure you have rosacea, I would get off ...quite extreme flusher and have some benefit from taking anti flushing medication; clonidine, propranolol, mirtazapine and Xyzal, Also some people here... "

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ecause from what I read Xyzal is a form of Zyrtec, but i...
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" ...because from what I read Xyzal is a form of Zyrtec, ...medication that cause weight gain: Xyzal, propranolol but most of all remeron. ...weight gain, by effecting your sense of hunger. I think it has... "

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try. Is Xyzal prescription or over the counter? I am in Ca...
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" Yeah I am thinking propranolol is my next thing to try. Is Xyzal prescription or over the counter? I am... "

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= cetirizine = Reactine. Xyzal = levocetirizine - a more ac...
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" Zyrtec = cetirizine = Reactine. Xyzal = levocetirizine - a more active isomer of cetirizine. Betablockers, including Propanolol, are powerful drugs and should... "

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propranolol are medications for hypertention, there might...
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" ...agree aj, both clonidine and propranolol are medications for hypertention, there might be a ...Chu as well and my very debilitating flushing gets markedly better ...diet changes. An antihistamine like Xyzal... "

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do remeron and propranolol). I would try clonidine again...
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" ...few months perhaps.. I used moxonidine for years and in ...flushing (as do remeron and propranolol). I would try clonidine again ...and perhaps add an antihistamine. Xyzal is a new one and... "

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clonidine, propranolol, mirtazapine and Xyzal. Been taking...
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" ...and laser but seem too sensitive for it. I did find a lot of relief however from anti flushing medication: clonidine, propranolol, mirtazapine and Xyzal. Been taking them since 2006 and I can now... "

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lonidine, propranolol, Xyzal (an antihistamine with very f...
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" ...the flushing in the end. Clonidine, propranolol, Xyzal (an antihistamine with very few side effects) and mirtazapine. They have side effects ...rosacea worse or better. Avoiding your triggers is... "

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blockers like propranolol or atenolol, the mirtazapine is...
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" ...indeed moxonidine, beta blockers like propranolol or atenolol, the mirtazapine is very effective for some, but comes ...can help indeed, I am taking plaquenil right now and find it helpful.... "

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meds (clonidine, propranolol, remeron and xyzal in my cas...
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" ...helps you. Another thing, is that I personally found that the meds (clonidine, propranolol, remeron and xyzal in my case) have cumulative effects; so after using them 3 years I... "

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