I am experiencing slow urination since taking Nadolol could this med. possibly be a contributor?

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25 Nov 2009

No, it is unlikely that nadolol is affecting your urine flow. If symptoms persist you should see a doctor.

You can see a list of Nadolol side-effects here:
http://www.drugs.com/sfx/nadolol-side-effects.html
You may find this useful http://www.drugs.com/enc/urination-difficulty-with-flow.html

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