Is there a possible conflict with taking 50mg of Atenolol (for angina) and 25mg of Promethazine (for vertigo)?
I take the Atenolol daily and the Promethazine only when I have acute attacks of Meniere's Syndrome that include vertigo. My heart rate is around 54-56, age 62, male. I have had lightheadedness, slurred speech on awaking one morning, and generally feel very sluggish.
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
there is no interaction between the 2 drugs... they do share some of the same side effects though... if your blood pressure drops too low with atenolol you may experience some of the side effects you mentioned... atenolol is a beta-blocker, which have been known to give people a sluggish feeling... promethazine could cause slurred speech and a sluggish feeling due to the fact that it causes drowsiness...
- dorky_goddessLv 41 decade ago
This is something you should be consulting your doctor and/or pharmacist about. I'm no doctor myself, but slurred speech sounds like a symptom of a stroke. Get to your doctor or an emergency room immediately!
- pegasisLv 51 decade ago
i wouldnt take the two together. Call a pharmacist to be certain of drug interactions sometimes they know more than the doctors do about drug interactions.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
there is no ineraction between them at all.
it is safe to be taken together.
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- JessyLv 41 decade ago
Does this look like a pharmacy to you?
- Blunt HonestyLv 71 decade ago
ASK YOUR PHARMACIST OR DOCTOR