Inderal®, which is a type of medicine used for controlling blood pressure, is associated with a few common side effects. These side effects include trouble sleeping, nausea, and dizziness. Some people who use the medicine might also experience unusual dreams along with cold hands and feet. There are additionally some rare, serious Inderal® side effects that might occur, including swelling feet, slow heartbeat, and shortness of breath. Many people who take Inderal® never experience any side effects, and when side effects do occur, they are normally minor.
The majority of people who take Inderal® have high blood pressure. The medicine acts as a beta blocker for keeping blood pressure stabilized. Inderal® is also occasionally prescribed for other problems, including tremors and migraine headaches. Most people are advised to take Inderal® two to four time a day just before meals, but the dosage instructions may vary from person to person. To avoid the possibility of dangerous side effects, the dosage instructions should be followed correctly each time the drug is taken.
People who are new to Inderal® should be on the alert for allergic reactions to the medication. It is possible that an allergic reaction might be mistaken for Inderal® side effects, but the symptoms of allergic reactions tend to differ slightly. People who have allergic reactions to Inderal® might experience itching, swelling, or a visible, spreading rash on the body. If an allergic reaction is experienced, use of Inderal® should be discontinued immediately and medical attention may need to be sought. The majority of people who take Inderal® do not experience allergic reactions to the drug, but there is always a slight possibility that a reaction could occur.
A person who experiences minor Inderal® side effects should keep in mind that the side effects will most likely cease to be a problem once his body adjusts to the medicine. If the minor Inderal® side effects continue for more than one week after starting the medicine, a doctor should be informed. When serious side effects occur, the medicine should be discontinued right away. A person who is taking other prescription medicine should be sure to let her doctor know what she is taking because there is a chance that Inderal® might interact dangerously with other drugs. Women who may be pregnant or are breastfeeding are usually not advised to take Inderal& unless their doctors conclude that the benefits of the drug outweigh any potential risks.