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Chronicle_Pickle

783d

Folks who takes propranolol for POTS, anyone feel SUPER tired when it starts wearing off and it’s time for another dose?

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    • CreedBratton

      762d

      Yes! I was feeling exhausted!

    • CreedBratton

      762d

      Yes! I was feeling exhausted!

    • hazyeclipse

      783d

      I don't. I think I had some issues back when I took the short acting one but on the extended release there's been no side effects

      • Chronicle_Pickle

        782d

        @hazyeclipse Ah I wasn’t aware there was an extended release version! How long does it last and no extra fatigue, if you don’t mind my asking?

    • NewYork

      783d

      I can feel it wearing off after like 4 or 5 hours

    • NewYork

      783d

      YESSSSSSSS

    • ShenNinja

      783d

      I’m not entirely sure what POTS is but I feel tired all day long. I’ve been on it for 20 years.

      • Chronicle_Pickle

        783d

        @ShenNinja I’m so sorry to hear that. I deal with chronic fatigue as well from other conditions, but it seems especially bad around the 7-8 hour mark on propranolol with regularity. POTS = Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome. Basically bend over/get up/change positions too fast and my heart started pounding rapidly.

        • ShenNinja

          783d

          @Chronicle_Pickle I have chronic fatigue from UCTD. I take propranolol for my migraines/headaches.

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