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Procoralan

Procoralan is a medication that’s used to treat heart problems such as stable angina and chronic heart failure. The brand of medication contains ivabradine, which helps to slow the heart rate down by a few beats per minute, reducing some of the stress on the heart and making sure that it doesn’t require as much oxygen.


With conditions such as angina and chronic heart failure, the heart has to work faster than normal. With angina, there isn’t enough oxygen-rich blood reaching the heart, and with chronic heart failure, the organ struggles to pump enough oxygen around the body. Procoralan helps to alleviate the symptoms of these conditions by reducing the amount of work the heart needs to do.


Before ordering Procoralan online, please check with your own doctor that this is the right medication for you. If it is, they will give you a treatment regime and explain to you how much you need to take and when you should take it.



Procoralan Patient Information Leaflet

Last Patient Information Leaflet Review: 16/01/2020



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What is Procoralan?

Procoralan is a brand of medication that contains the active ingredient ivabradine, which is used to treat heart conditions such as angina and chronic heart failure. It works by slowing down the heart rate by a few beats per minute, meaning that there isn’t as much stress on the heart.

What is angina?

Angina is the result of the heart not getting enough oxygenated blood. It normally develops between the ages of 40-60, and symptoms typically arise when the heart is pumping fast, such as when exercising. The most common symptom that people experience with angina is chest pain.

What is chronic heart failure?

Chronic heart failure happens when the heart can’t pump enough oxygen to the rest of the body. If you’ve been diagnosed with chronic heart failure, your doctor might want to prescribe Procoralan (or a generic version of the medication) to you. The same might apply if you’ve been diagnosed with angina.

Can I take Procoralan?

As Procoralan can have a huge impact on your body by altering your heart rate, there are some people that will need to talk to their doctor of completely avoid the medicine altogether due to potential risks that the drug might pose. If you’ve been diagnosed with any of the following conditions or medical problems, please speak to your GP:

  • Allergic to any ingredients of Procoralan
  • Slow resting heart rate (<70 bpm)
  • Cardiogenic shock
  • Heart rhythm disorder
  • Having a heart attack
  • Taking medication for a fungal infection
  • Breastfeeding
  • Suffering from tiredness, dizziness or shortness of breath
  • Recent stroke
  • Very low blood pressure
  • Unstable angina
  • Worsening heart failure
  • Pacemaker
  • Severe liver problems
  • Not using contraception
  • Heart rhythm disorders
  • Atrial fibrillation
  • Uncontrolled blood pressure

Having any of these conditions and taking this medication could potentially be very dangerous. Don’t order this drug without first seeking advice from your own GP.

There are also some medicines that Procoralan might interact with. If you’re currently taking anything on the following list, please consult your doctor and talk about your options. It may be that your current medication regime needs to be altered. The list of possible interactions includes:

  • Fluconazole
  • Rifampicin
  • Barbiturates
  • Phenytoin
  • St John’s Wort
  • QT-prolonging medicines to treat heart rhythm disorders.
  • Diuretics

When taking Procoralan, you should also avoid drinking grapefruit juice as this may affect how it is absorbed into your body.

What are the side effects of Procoralan?

Procoralan is a medication that affects your body in a huge way. This means that it may cause some side effects. We’ve listed some of the most common ones here, but as always, you should familiarise yourself with the patient information leaflet that comes with your medication to make sure you know how it might affect you. Some of the symptoms associated with taking Procoralan are:

  • Luminous visual phenomena (usually in the first 8 weeks of treatment)
  • Modification in heart function
  • Irregular rapid contraction of heartbeat
  • Uncontrolled blood pressure
  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Blurred vision
  • Palpitations
  • Nausea
  • Constipation
  • Diarrhoea
  • Abdominal pain
  • Vertigo
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Muscle spasm
  • Low blood pressure
  • If you do experience any of the above, please notify your doctor as soon as possible. As with all medicines, it’s also possible to experience side effects that aren’t listed in the PIL. You should also inform your doctor if you experience any new symptoms, and report them via the MHRA yellow card scheme.

    Can I drive whilst taking Procoralan?

    Because some of the side effects of Procoralan might affect your vision, you should wait and see how it affects you before driving. You should ask your doctor for advice on whether you need to inform the DVLA of the medication you’re taking, but our advice would be to take caution and get to know how Procoralan makes you feel before driving. If your vision is affected or you feel unwell, avoid getting behind the wheel until you’re feeling better.

    How do you take Procoralan?

    Procoralan is available as tablets, but the dosage you need will depend on your symptoms and the severity of your condition. General advice says that Procoralan should be taken with food and also taken at the same time each day.

    Can I take Procoralan if I have unstable angina?

    No. Guidelines for this medicine state that it should only be taken for stable angina and chronic heart failure. If you think you may be struggling with unstable angina, please see your GP to discuss other treatment options, as Procoralan might not be the most suitable drug for your condition.

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