Please see the following Everyday Health link for more information on atenolol.
Due to the shortage of an active ingredient, a popular blood pressure medication, Atenolol, is currently in shortage.
If your child is taking more than one medicine to reduce their blood pressure, your doctor may suggest that they take the different medicines at different times of the day.
There may, sometimes, be other side-effects that are not listed above. Neonates born to mothers who are receiving Atenolol at parturition or breast-feeding may be at risk of hypoglycaemia and bradycardia. There s very little information about taking herbal remedies and supplements with atenolol.
Most patients with angina pectoris will respond to 100 mg given orally once daily or 50 mg given twice daily. This is nothing to worry about.
Ask your doctor before use if you are taking the following medications:
Because the drug is used to treat alcohol and opioid addiction, users must avoid these substances.
Most of these locally administered antifungals are only absorbed in limited amounts, so that a risk for the breastfed infant is unlikely.
Patients are advised to initiate treatment at the first sign or symptom of an episode, according to the prescribing information.
Abnormally rapid atrial rhythms can be caused by heart attacks, excessive thyroid hormones, alcoholism, infections, and many other conditions.
The frequency and severity of these toxicities are greater in patients with more advanced disease and in those who initiate therapy later in the course of their infection.
Do not stop taking any medication without first consulting with your health provider. Healthwise, Incorporated, disclaims any warranty or liability for your use of this information. Most patients with angina pectoris will respond to 100 mg given orally once daily or 50 mg given twice daily.