Has anyone had experience with prescribing Inderal for tachycardia in POTS (postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome)? Patient's BP doesn't change much, but HR increases during POTS attack, then she experiences bradycardia in the evenings. Also concerned that some POTS patients are helped immediately by Inderal, then it suddenly quits working after several months.
12 Dec 2009
Slow heartbeat is a serious side effect of Inderal. Please see your doctor, if you haven't done so already.
I couldn't find any reviews with anything related to Inderal's effectiveness dropping. Please try the forum. Someone may be able to share their experience.
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