Propranolol rash

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How long does it take for the individual rash to heal? 3. Do the rashes heal with a black mark? 4. Is the rash itchy or painful? 5. Are you suffering from any medical illness? 6. May I know your age? 7. Are you on any medication? It will also be helpful if you can send me a link to a pic of the rash. As of now, with the description given by you, it seems to be a Vasculitic process. Awaiting your response.
I was given propranalol slow realease capsules last year for anxeity and I developed a itchy spotty rash down one side of my face, also my skin became very dry and sore, when I stopped taking them it went with antihistamines. I was put back on it again but this time the pink ones to see if they would be more suitable I think I may be starting to get the rash agian.
For a few years now, I've been getting a red blotchy chest/neck rash in circumstances where I - am drinking alcohol, anxious, nervous, excited, upset - really feeling just about any emotion. It's gotten to the point where I do not expose my chest/neck ever - and cover up whenever I can. I had read once that taking Niacinimide could help - and I've been taking about 1000mg of it for a few months, but am not seeing much improvement.
I did just get off taking an antibiotic for a facial infection, and take clonazepam and Propranolol for anxiety. All this rash stuff is driving me crazy. No tests were done, just a visual by the MD. I tried Aveeno Cream and bath wash for the posion ivy rash, helps a little, but the rashes return. What's going on ?
so far he has wet the bed (life changing for him) but is there anything else that you have seen or experinced with this drug. He is also propranolol 60mgs daily. we are to start taking him off of the propranolol in two weeks. I have never messed with this med so all help is greatly aprishated. the good and bad so that I can prepare my self and know what to look out for.
I have developed severe scratching, nose that itches & in general feel 'icky. My meds haven't changed & I have no visible rash anywhere. I don't scratch, though that would be very awesome to do. I have tried taking Benedryl every 4-6 hours. That doesn't help either. I'm going crazy *L*... We have no new pets/soap/meds/, so I am baffled. Anything suggestion would be great.
I took 10 mg of propranolol in the morning, then another 10 mg at 1:00 PM along with 0.25 mg xanax (my presentation started at 2:00 PM). THE PRESENTATION WENT PERFECT - no trembling voice and no shaky hands whatsoever - I can't believe these meds worked - these are miracle meds!!! However, I would like to mention that the 0.
I was given a perscription of Propranolol and a diuretic. Within five days the swelling of my eyes diminished and I have not had an exercised induced asthma. At that time I didn't feel there was a correlation. This spring I was anticipating the worst as I headed into the spring season. I experienced very little a sneeze here and there....but no swelling of the eyelids. I went on a trip and accidentally left my Propranolol at a vacation rental.
Tambacor (generic name flecanide) is a class IC antiarrhythmic drug. It is used to treat various heart rhythm disorders and is used in certain groups of patients. It should not be used in anyone with underlying coronary artery disease or anyone with an intolerance to the drug. As with any drug it has potential side effects.
I have tried nearly all the SSRI's, Venaflaxine (which gave me the same sensation and brought me out in a rash) and now Amiltriptyline 10mg only after taking one tablet..... Im sitting here at the moment while writing this with intense pressure in my lower back and feeling very irritable, it is the worst feeling ever, makes you feel out of control and like your not with it at all. Feel very jumpy and generally off.
He started me on Topamax for them, but that didn't work much, and it made me feel really stupid. So he switched me to Propranolol, which I am on now. It works pretty well, though I still get headaches 1/3 of the time (as opposed to getting them 3/3 of the time!).
Any skin infections ( which I think in your case was a rash?)?Do you still have a rash right now? The spinal fluid may be analyzed further to determine the presence of any infections.There are more advanced techniques present right now ( PCR and DNA analysis) which may determine other causes of infection such as a virus.
I was taking Betahistine for Meniere's but the neuro took me off them and prescribed Propranolol 80mg twice a day and Sumatripan when my heads really bad. The tinitus in my bad ear is really bad and its started in my better hearing ear now. Ive gone from being fit and healthy to sleeping all the time but I have so much to look forward in the future that I dont think its depression.
10% of patients who take the drug), headache, nausea, fatigue, palpitations, tremor, constipation, edema, fever, abdominal pain, tachycardia and rash (<1% of patients who take the drug). More serious complications include heart block, blood dyscrasias, hepatic dysfunction and serious arrhythmias that may cause death. Drug interactions which may increase or lower the levels of the drug include digitalis, propranolol, cimettidine, amiodarone, and smoking.
I went on tapazole and after 3 weeks had a rash. I was then placed on PTU 100 mg 3 times a day. I was also placed on toprol 100 mg a day for high blood pressure. I was on propranolol when I was diagnosed,(for migraines). Which had to be changed because my blood pressure was still out of control. I was given an uptake test which was ; 6 hours 49%, 24 hours 56.3%. They also found a 8.1 mm nodule in the upper right lobe.
old daughter has been having chest pain,palpations,HTN,tachycardia and PVC's since she was ill with severe strep 1 yr. ago. At that time, she had a high fever and developed a rash that did not go away for over a month. Lately, her symptoms have increased in frequency and intensity. Yesterday, I took her to ER with chest pain rating an 8 on a scale of 10. Her B/P was 177/112, her HR was 122, resp. normal. They did an xray and 3 sets of enzymes over a 10 hr. period,which all came back normal.
Hi Carol, thanks for the link. I've had a look and my rash does sort of resemble a couple of the pictures. My rash has sort of a red circumferance and is paler in the middle but has no central spot. The largest spot is only about 2cm in diameter though. When it's not flared up red, you can still see white discolouration on the skin very faintly. Last time it flared up I did take a photo of it which I will take to my GP on weds when I go for the results of yet another blood test!
Tambacor (generic name flecanide) is a class IC antiarrhythmic drug. It is used to treat various heart rhythm disorders and is used in certain groups of patients. It should not be used in anyone with underlying coronary artery disease or anyone with an intolerance to the drug. As with any drug it has potential side effects.
_ Dear Deborah, Tambacor (generic name flecanide) is a class IC antiarrhythmic drug. It is used to treat various heart rhythm disorders and is used in certain groups of patients. It should not be used in anyone with underlying coronary artery disease or anyone with an intolerance to the drug. As with any drug it has potential side effects.
rash, itching, swelling, severe dizziness, trouble breathing. If you notice other effects not listed above, contact your doctor or pharmacist.
I didn't have migraines, but I was given a beta blocker (propranolol or Inderal) for high pressure headaches (Pseudotumor). Anyways, my doctor's theory was that it would keep my blood pressure under control, as blood pressure can rise under distress. Side effects I experienced were : fatigue, dizziness, and low blood pressure (as I didn't have high blood pressure to begin with, my blood pressure dipped too low when I didn't really need it).
My heart rate varies a lot (I've had an EKG) 130 bpm for 30 seconds then 85 bpm, then 140 bpm, etc. I take 80 mgs of Propranolol a day to control my heart rate and migraines. I was diagnosed with vasculitis after I got a terrible looking rash (bleeding under the skin) and my C reactive Protein was elevated. I have a small cyst in my liver. I have always had really dry eyes.
§ Both antithyroid drugs and beta-blockers have side effects—most commonly pruritic rash, fever, gastrointestinal upset, and arthralgias. More serious potential side effects include agranulocytosis, drug-induced lupus and other forms of vasculitis, and liver damage.
prescribed Topamax (25mg) September 30, 2008 -- Saw neurologist for second time; prescribed propranolol (60mg ER) which I probably began taking sometime during the first week of October --> I had already noted decreased sensation and muscle weakness on my left side prior to even taking Inderal--so a potential minor stroke or TIA might have already occurred in the past and left lasting damage October 14, 2008 -- Went to ER for TIA; CT without contrast indicated a focal region of hypodensity
but I would call the Dr on Monday if I was you...just to double check. I dont THINK the rash is connected......but if you have been on the atenolol for just 3 weeks or so....maybe.........a connection...
I've tried to quit them but its no use because a rash develops within a day. My doctor told me that I'm atopic. The rash is like hives and I know there caused by certain foods but its too hard to tell so I gave up. A patch test is no use my doctor told me. I went to another doctor for the tremor and she took some blood tests and found that my thyroxine levels were just near the upper limit. she didn't give me any medication except for propranolol for the tremor.
The online source MedicineNet.com lists rash, itching, hives, abnormal hair loss, and skin pigmentation as side effects. I consider myself auto immune. I have diabetes (type 1) and Hasimotos. I take levothyroxine for that. I also have had problems with skin conditions(hypopigmentation in spots) and wondered if that could be a side effect of tapazole. Of course I also read that RAI can cause an overconcentration of antibodies that can cause other autoimmune disorders.
The family doctor didn't see anything either, and the std doctor told me they are common mouth ulcers from eating spicy foods and being stressed out. He said they would go away. I started taking propranolol at the same time the symptoms occured. I googled the two and found that there was a relation between the two. I just needed peace of mind. So, I forgot about it all. Because it is not really that painful or bothersome, but they have persisted.
Last April I was evaluated by a Psychiatrist and diagnosed with Bipolar II. She tried to get me off my xanax and prescribed propranolol, which I didn't feel was effective, but propbably just didn't wait long enough so I stopped taking it . She also prescribed Lamictal on the first visit & for the first time in my life I felt normal! I was HAPPY! I had energy! I had an interest in sex! I wasn't irritable or snapping at everyone! AND it was helping me to lose weight!
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