Can I take propanalol with sertraline

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Have been prescribed sertraline for the past 5 weeks was on citralopam before.i feel so tense and anxious can I take propanalol as well 

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    Yes, only on the advice of your doctor though if hes prescribed you both and says take both then do.

    Propanalol is a beta blocker it will stop the release of adrenalin to your body

    Sertraline is a serotonin booster usually used for depression, it creates happy chemicals.

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    hi,

    been on sertraline now for 20 weeks and i also take 40mg propanalol am and 40mg pm , take care

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    hi

    ​sertraline took 8 weks for me to see improvment, i still had days of tears and upset but not too much and i controlled best i could, propranolol made it much better, but please give sertraline time to work 5 weeks is not enough to be fair. take care

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      Do you have a therapist? These drugs should be used in conjunction with therapy. There's a mental blockage that's making you feel this way the drugs just mask the problem they don't cure it.
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      Good some people get these pills then complain when they don't work when they're doing no action to sort out their issues. I hope things get better pal smile
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      I took 40 mg propanalol this morning and for the first time my stomach has stopped.however they are tablets I was prescribed two years ago.it may be a co-incidence .As it is a weekend my doctor doesn't know I'v taken.my medication is 125 mcg thyroxine 150 mg sertraline.physical health doesn't usually worry me.however I don't want to take propanalol and find the mixture of all three is dangerous? What do you think?safe to take until I see doc on MondayMonday
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