Have mvp with mildly moderate regurgitation. In past I have had episodes of pvcs and multi-focal auricular tachcardia. One of my sons has had tachycardia from childhood and one of my daughters has mitral valve. From time to time I have experimented with taking medication at different times of the day, but was just wondering about others' experience, and if there were a "best" time of day for my particular problem to take it.
It's unfortunate, no one who takes Inderal LA, has responded.
It doesn't matter what time of the day Inderal LA is taken ... just take it at the same time each day.
this is just an opinion Inderal is a drug I used years ago and at that time I think I was told it's far beeter to use regular Inderal then if you have no problems with it then you can be changed to the long acting Inderal which is the Inderal LA, once the long acting is in your system its there until it wears out using the other allows you to adjust the dose and if things don't work out with Inderal then they can change you to another Beta blocker such as Lisinporil or even another I just happen to think of that one please take good care and also run this by the doctor or cardiologist this may or may not be the drug for you I care and want the best for you
I take mine at bedtime - 240 mg. While we are on the subject, does anyone have itching / hive like conditions associated with this drug?
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