Skin burning sensation is reported only by a few people who take Propranolol Hydrochloride. We study 2,657 people who have side effects while taking Propranolol hydrochloride from FDA and social media. Among them, 3 have Skin burning sensation. Find out below who they are, when they have Skin burning sensation and more.
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Propranolol hydrochloride has active ingredients of propranolol hydrochloride. It is often used in migraine. (latest outcomes from Propranolol hydrochloride 3,246 users)
Skin burning sensation has been reported by people with rashes, cognitive disorder, drowsiness, high blood cholesterol, muscle spasms (latest reports from 5,685 Skin burning sensation patients).
On Jul, 28, 2016
2,657 people reported to have side effects when taking Propranolol Hydrochloride.
Among them, 3 people (0.11%) have Skin Burning Sensation
* Approximation only. Some reports may have incomplete information.
** Reports from social media are used.
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I had a thyroidectomy many years ago and am on Armour Thyroid. I started propranolol about a year or so ago and am wondering what reactions you are having with these two drugs. I take only 5 mg twice a day. Have various problems that I've ignored thinking it might be just the aging process. When I first started propranolol I was told it was for Afib. I narrowed down what was causing the Afib and it was, without a doubt, a need for magnesium. I started mag and the Afib was gone in short order. The doc said keep on with it as it would help with migraines. I have been having migraines for years but infrequent and of short duration.
I started taking propranolol on Tuesday for migraines. The next day my voice started to sound hoarse and continued getting worse from there out. Finally called the pharmacy and they said yes it's a side effect so I talked to my neurologist who scoffed at me but told me I should stop taking it ...
I took Lupron for infertility in 1988. I started sweating while on it, became pregnant X6, resulting in 2 full-term pregnancies I have anti-phosphylipid syndrome, causing miscarriages.) I have never stopped sweating. I had a sympathectomy in 2008 because my hair was always dripping wet. I ...
Anyone ever had terrible skin burning from anything. I'm on synthroid I went back on lexapro and after the first pill started having burning. I can't sleep at all as its ores at night. I've lost weight and can't eat.
I had a thyroidectomy many years ago and am on Armour Thyroid. I started propranolol about a year or so ago and am wondering what reactions you are having with these two drugs. I take only 5 mg twice a day. Have various problems that I've ignored thinking it might be just the aging ...
Hi, I'm a 67yr old female. I started methimazole 15 days ago. It's been torture. Of course I'm not sleeping but this medicine has caused my insomnia to be more miserable. My skin burns all night. If I'm not going to sleep I'd at least like to NOT burn while I'm doing it. I'm losing it!!!
Hi everyone, I am having severe burning pain in my face , neck shoulders and limbs after taking gaberpentin. I took 700mg over five days ,then doctor told me to stop . This is nine days ago and the pain is not subsiding at all .I'm not able to sleep ,concentrate or live life as normal . Can ...
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