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Dosage: 5mg
Quantity: 100
Price: $42.00
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Price: $58.00
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Price: $83.50

What is Timolol used for? 

Timolol, with the generic name timolol maleate, is an oral medication used to treat high blood pressure (hypertension). It prevents heart attack, stroke, and kidney problems. It is also prescribed to prevent the recurrence of myocardial infarction.

This is available in Timolol 5 mg, 10 mg, and 20 mg tablets.

Timolol Mechanism of Action 

This beta-blocker works mainly by blocking the interactions between endogenous catecholamines and, at the same time, preventing the G-protein cascade from occurring. This decreases the sympathetic tone, leading to a decrease in blood pressure.

How to take Timolol? 

To initiate, read the information leaflet or medication guide that comes with this product. Do not take any prescription drug if you have not yet fully understood the drug information and instructions in the guide provided. In case you need more medical advice or have questions on how to take this medication properly, you may ask your doctor or pharmacist.

Take the tablet orally with or without a meal. This is usually prescribed once to twice daily or as directed by the doctor. Swallow the pill and drink a glass of water right after.

Remember to use this medication exactly as prescribed. Do not alter your Timolol dosage or frequency as it is based on your overall medical condition and response to the medication. Note that this medication cannot be used to relieve sudden chest pain. Keep taking this drug regularly until the doctor prescribes it.

Timolol Side effects 





-Slow heartbeat 

-Loss of appetite

For the most part, the side effects caused by this prescription medication are mild and will go away after a few days. Should the adverse reactions not improve or become worse, you should speak with your doctor or any healthcare professional. Additionally, you should report severe side effects, such as: 

-Cold hands and feet 

-Blue fingers and toes 

-Very slow heartbeat 

-Severe dizziness 


-Trouble breathing 

-Shortness of breath 

-Unusual tiredness 

-Swelling of extremities 

-Unusual weight gain 



-Mood swings 

 This is not a full or complete list of side effects of this oral tablet.

Precautions when using Timolol 

Before you begin using this oral prescription drug, you must disclose your full medical history to your physician, including heart failure, heart rhythm problems, breathing problems, blood circulation problems, hyperthyroidism, myasthenia gravis, mental or mood disorders, kidney disease, and liver disease. You may experience a significant change in your body’s response to your medication if you suffer from certain diseases or disorders. Due to possible drug interactions, it is important you discuss all prescription medications, nonprescription medications, supplements, and herbal products that you are presently taking.

Watch out for an allergic reaction while on this treatment. Avoid using this prescription drug if you have a known allergy to this drug or any inactive ingredients the oral tablet may contain. Discontinue use and alert your local medical emergency line if you experience signs of severe hypersensitivities, such as breathing difficulty, severe dizziness, swelling of the face and neck, hives/itchiness, and skin rashes.

Among the adverse effects of this beta-blocker are dizziness and lightheadedness. Limit or avoid alcoholic beverages or any substances that could worsen these side effects. You should also practice safety caution when using machinery, driving, or doing any activities that require alertness.

Pregnant moms should avoid this medication as it can possibly harm unborn babies. Discuss all the possible risks with your doctor.

This type of medication can pass into the breastmilk and may have undesirable effects on unborn babies. It is best for breastfeeding moms to avoid this drug.

How much does Timolol cost in Canada? 

The price of this medication will depend on your dose. We offer significant discounts on all our products. 

You may check the full list of prices on this page.

Frequently Asked Questions 

Does Timolol affect heart rate? 

Yes, this beta blocker can affect both heart rate and heartbeat. Specifically, heart rate decreases as this medication blocks the sympathetic receptors in the heart.

Can Timolol be used long-term? 

According to studies, this type of oral medication is safe even for long-term use. However, you must use this drug only until your physician recommends you to.

Can Timolol cause weight gain? 

Weight gain is not among the known effects of this prescription drug. If you notice sudden changes in your weight, you must talk to your healthcare provider about it immediately.

Is Timolol a diuretic? 

No, this medication is a beta-blocker and not a diuretic. Other medications for hypertension may cause diuresis.

Is Timolol used for the eyes? 

Other variants of timolol maleate are used for ocular-angle glaucoma. This tablet form is used for ocular hypertension.

Do I need a prescription to buy Timolol? 

This oral product is only available as a prescription medication. You cannot purchase this drug without a valid prescription from your doctor. 



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