Average Rating: 3.5 (17 Ratings)

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 4  High blood pressure Extreme fatigue F 53 1 months
20mg 1X D
 4  High blood pressure Loved it but they canceled it Manfacturer stopped making nadolol and the other manfacture has sulfa in it so cant take it and another one has idione in it why would they put sulfa in it or idione in it people are allegic so sandoz made nadolol but they stopped it was good the best beta blocker ever F 100 days
20 1X D
 3  Tachycardia Fatigue, anxiety, depression. I started taking it at night and it giving me insomnia M 44 4 days
10 1X D
 4  High blood pressure Double vision , dry chronic cough Lowers blood pressure quick F 35 4 years
25mg 1X D
 5  mitral valve prolapse Initially,mild fatigue until becoming acclimated. Since then I have had no issues. Insurance dropped coverage of nadolol, so Dr. recommended weaning off of drug. When I got to the point of taking 10mg every 3rd day my pulse increased, I started to tremble and couldn't sleep. Had to return to original dose. Dr. is currently searching for replacement. F 71 20 years
20 mg 1X D
 4  Tachycardia/ long QT syndrome fatigued, decrease in blood pressure (at one point i had to decrease my dose because i was having bouts of pre syncope) , slowed heart rate overalll effective drug but needed to be taken regularly as well with any other medications. missed a dose and wasn't eating right one time and went in to ventricular tachycardia. F 16 4 years
40 MG 2X D
 1  Tachycardia, PVC I had to be taken off this drug. The tiredness and brain fog was disabling. I am on pindolol which seems better. When I switched, the tremors were horrid. Nadolol is addictive. My 5 days of tremors proves it. Do not stop without a Drs help. I could def see where one could have serious problems stopping this medication. F 46 1 years
75 mg
 3  Migraines Depression, anxiety, decreased sex drive Have previously taken 15 years ago and do not remember same side effects. Works like a charm on daily headaches and monthly migraines. Will look for other solutions this time due to side effects. F 40 2 months
40mg 1X D
 5  Chronic Migraines A stranger told me about this drug and it has changed my life. I've suffered with migraines that were at times up to 3-4 times per week. I was barely functioning. Now, I take 40mg a night and I can't remember the last migraine. Truly a miracle. TRY IT!!! F 34 6 months
40 MG 1X D
 4  Anxiety, High Blood Pressure Low pulse rate around 42-46 Is working very well so far at 40mg dosage. Nice chill pill and also very effective for blood pressure, currently around 122/78. M 56 2 months
 2  Dysautonomia Major Depression, some anxiety, balance problems & dizziness. I have been on beta blockers for 4 years, so I'm very used to them. This is the very first bb that has ever caused major depression and odd thought patterns, which was very disturbing. On the plus side, it chased away my migraines at 40mgs a day, and kept my heart rate well under control, with mild to moderate level BP control. F 34 4 months
 5  migraine my hands and feet were always warm, even when it's winter. but they're almost always cold now, especially the fingertips. it also causes very bad nightmares if I take 1-2 hours before going to bed. my doctor told me that it could cause nausea but I didn't experience such thing. I take it immediately after I wake up in the morning. I've had migraine headaches since I was 13-14 and doctors didn't want to believe me since I was too young. Last year I decided to quit caffeine and the headaches got worse. I had a continuous headache for more than a month. (I went to bed with headache and woke up with it during that time) My neurologist prescribed me nadolol and at first it seemed useless but after 3 weeks my headaches vanished. Now I have 1 or less migraine attacks per month and rarely not-very-painful headaches. I started with 40mg per day and now I take 20mg. It was the most pain-free year of my life for more than 10 years! F 24 1 years
 4  sudden arrythmia death syndrome strong fatigue, dry mouth. (120 mg daily) i got off nadolol for a short period of time just to see how my body felt without it. any time i exerted myself at all, i could feel and hear my pulse pounding in the back of my head. all around i just felt more clear-headed though, like a bit of a fog was lifted, but for the sake of my heart i got back on it. it's a rough drug to be on as a teenager. it slowed down my heart rate dramatically (i recently gave blood and my pulse was 54 when they checked it), but all in all it is very effective. F 17 4.5 years
 2  high heart rate makes my penis soft M 31 1 years
 2  tachycardia I take it at night, but the only side effects I really noticed were the coldness in the hands and feet which were of course worse because it was winter time. I was given this med by my neurologist to take in addition to nortriptyline because I have mitral valve/severe tachycardia...however it didn't really help at all. My heart rate is still 120/bpm even with being on the med, and it lowered my blood pressure alot, so we were unable to increase the dosage. F 19 8 months
 4  high blood pressure sometimes blood pressure drops a little too low. Increased fatigue sometimes. Dry mouth sometimes. prescribed due to increased heart rate along with high blood pressure. This drug has been generally effective. Took a little time to get right daily dosage (for me, 60 mg/day). Dosages above and below cause undesirable fluctuations in blood pressure. On occasion, light headedness in morning. On this medication for 3 years. M 35 3 years
 5  Heredofamiliar tremor None Better than Inderal/Propranolol since it is water soluble, and non-toxic to the liver. Essentially the same drug, but Nadolol need be taken only once per day vs. twice daily for Inderal. M 50 4 years

NADOLOL  (NADOLOL):  Nadolol is used alone or with other medications to treat high blood pressure (hypertension) and to prevent chest pain (angina). Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks, and kidney problems. In the management of chest pain, nadolol may also help to reduce the frequency of chest pain episodes and improve your ability to exercise. Nadolol belongs to a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by blocking the action of certain natural substances such as adrenaline (epinephrine) on the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart.   (Sources: U.S. Centers for Medicare Services, FDA)