Propranolol On Your Schedule.
Talk to a doctor to see if propranolol is right for you.
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How it Works:
Step 1: Quick Medical Consultation
Answer some simple questions about your health symptoms, goals, and medical history with your online consultation.
Step 2: Physician Review & Prescription
Step 3: Receive Your Medication & Live Your Life
Our pharmacy partner will pack your FDA approved medicine in discreet packaging, and ship it for free to you.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Propranolol is a beta blocker used to treat high blood pressure, chest pain, uneven heartbeat, tremors, and migraine headaches. It also is sometimes prescribed to treat performance anxiety, PTSD, and reduce the physical symptoms of anxiety as an “off label” use. Propranolol has been around since 1964 and is on the World Health Organization Model List of Essential Medicines.
Yes, Propranolol is a prescription only medication in the United States. Propranolol.com helps you connect with a US licensed physician to see if Propranolol is appropriate for you.
No, we currently do not accept insurance for Propranolol.com products. However, due to our lean structure we are generally able to offer a significant discount to retail pharmacies, and keep prices very affordable for consumers.
Side effects of Propranolol include:
- Slowing heart rate
- Dry eyes
- Hair loss
- Weakness or tiredness
More serious and potentially life-threatening side effects may include:
- Allergic reactions (skin rash; itching; hives; swelling of your face, lips or tongue)
- Breathing problems
- Changes in blood sugar
- Cold hands or feet
- Nightmares or trouble sleeping
- Dry, peeling skin
- Muscle cramps or weakness
- Slow heart rate
- Swelling of your legs or ankles
- Sudden weight gain
- Dizziness, light-headedness, or loss of consciousness
If you experience any of these serious side effects call 911 or seek immediate in person care.
This is not a substitute for medical advice. Always talk to you doctor before starting any new medication or supplement.
If you are approved for a prescription, you generally will receive your first supply of medication within one week.