Sometimes randomly, my heart beat goes rapidly fast. When we went to the hospital they measured it to be 208 beats/minute. My friend had it and he said it was called a heart murmur. Anyways, is there ...
I think you can. What you doctor said? didn't he tell you? I don't know of any interactions between these two drugs. You shouldn't drink alcohol while on Ativan (lorazepam) or take CNS depressants, anticonvulsants. Herbs like kava-kava and valerian can increase the effect, so don;t take those. The same alcohol - don't drink whole taking Ativan. Coffe however, especially in large amounts can alter anxiolytic effect of Ativan. After propranolol you may also feel dizzy, drowsy, experience mild hypotension. Change position slowly and avoid prolong standing. But anyways I would ask you health care provider.
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I would wait at least an hour between meds
Yes I do it every day.
PROPRANOLOL is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propranolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. By blocking the action of these nerves, propranolol reduces the heart rate and is useful in treating abnormally rapid heart rhythms. Propranolol also reduces the force of heart muscle contraction and lowers blood pressure. By reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction, propranolol reduces heart muscle oxygen demand. Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propranolol is helpful in treating angina.
ATIVAN is a tranquilizer given for patients not getting usual sleep. There is absolutely no if they both are taken together and there with not be any contradiction and drug interactions.
But it is better to completely avoid ativan and you will get addicted and aftersome time you will not get sleep at all without takeing it. Please avoid this medicine-
There shouldn't be a problem. They both work differently in the body and don't have any type of interaction with each other. There are other factors to consider such as your own heart rate and blood pressure. If both are low and you take the ativan, depending on your sensitivity to the medications, it may create an adverse reaction. You can always call your local pharmacist and ask to determine any potential drug intereactions with ativan and propranolol. My experience in medicine, I don't believe there to be any.