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I typically take 300 mg 2x daily, once in the morning, usually sometime between 7:30am-10:00am then again in the evening typically around 11pm (before bed). today I forgot and didn't take my ...
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Posted 18 Dec 2012 • 1 answer •
... excessive hair loss! Has anyone else noticed this while taking labetalol ? My cardiologist denies that this could be a side effect of labetalol. I do also take 3 other BP meds (micardis, ...
Posted 21 Jun 2012 • 5 answers •
Posted 18 Mar 2012 • 1 answer •
the information that came with from the pharmacy says it can affect the results of some blood test, but it didn't say which one?
Posted 29 Jan 2011 • 1 answer •
my civilian dr. prescribed labetalol 100mg twice a day but the VA. does not have them & sustituded carvedilol 6.25 mg . will that have the same effect as labetilol?
Posted 5 Oct 2010 • 1 answer •
risk of my child having birth defects from this medication?
Posted 25 Sep 2010 • 1 answer •
i have just had my baby 6 weeks ago and on my 6 week check doctor gave me prescription for the combined contraceptive pill (the pill) .. when i went to chemist after to collect them when i got home ...
Posted 4 Sep 2010 • 1 answer •
Have been on labetalol for 2 weeks, for high blood pressure not controlled by other categories of hypertension meds, 100mg for a few days, then 200mg per day. I will need a higher dose for good ...
Posted 30 Aug 2010 • 1 answer •
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Posted 20 Jan 2010 • 2 answers •
I have been on Labetalol for two days now and my doctor said that it should of worked immediately, but it hasn't. He perscribed me this medication for my SVT not for high blood pressure and ...
Posted 12 Dec 2009 • 2 answers •
I am 21 weeks pregnant and I have SVT but no high blood pressure. My doctor perscribed Labetalol 100. mg twice a day. Is that the safest drug to take with SVT or is there a safer one?
Posted 12 Dec 2009 • 1 answer •
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