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You should not change the medicines without talking to your doctor and frequently they can change the meds to minimize the side effects. The meds metoprolol (beta blocker) and benazepril (ACE inhibitor) are of value in patients with diabetes and heart disease. Likewise simvastatin has been shown to help these same patients. TALK TO THE DOCTOR.
2 mg eltroxin daily one in the morning and one at around mid day For the hypertension i take 1 forzacer at night The reason i ask this is because the beta blocker seams to slow the body down and the eltroxin should speed things up?
I seem to get more palpitations if I increase the dose of beta blocker. Both PCP and cardiologist have said they are benign, not to worry and that many people live with them. Easier said than done! My question is - Does any one have idea what would trigger episodic PAC's/PVC's? Doesn't make any difference if I am sitting reading or out walking, onset is out-of-the-blue. There is no rhyme or reason I can think of. Any ideas out there?? Thanks for any and consideration.
Amiloride hydrochloride - Midamor Bumetanide - Bumex Ethacrynic acid - Edecrin Furosemide - Lasix Spironolactone - Aldactone Torsemide - Demadex Triamterene - Dyrenium Beta-blockers Beta blockers block the effect of adrenaline on the cardiovascular system, slow the heart rate, and reduce stress on the heart and the arteries.
I have had problems in the past adjusting to high dose beta blocker, e.g., 100 mg of Metoprolol twice a day. In the beginning by BP would go down in the range of 80/65, best I can recall. At those times I was prone to dizziness when standing from a resting position. To you question, check you BP and HR, do it several times over a period of time. Both of these change and you need to look at what is usually is, not some short term spike numbers.
It does work well-it is a beta blocker/anti-arrthyhmic. I used to take Coreg for heart failure-no side effects until they upped my dose, then hypotensive and dizzy alot.I was on digoxin to slow my rate, which it did too well.I used to take Profafenone for arrthymhias-no side effects for me. I take red yeast rice and fish oil for cholesterol (both with my cardiologists blessing). I take monopril at night for my cardiomyopathy-been on it for 12 years-no side effects. Thanks for doing this!
I am on 150mg/day of beta blocker and I am fine...over a year so far. At least you can give it a try. Remember irreversible is forever, with medication you can try out different ones to find the best one that works.
For instance the only medication I have acknowledge as appropriate is an ACE inhibitor to prevent high blood pressure, also it is recommended not to do any heavy lifting...never have suggested or believe a beta blocker is appropriate...I believe even a GP knows better, but you may be correct...I don't care, and I don't know what dp/dp but impressive. Also, it has been stated that I believe all doctors are correct and there shouldn't be any doubt about their opinion...whatever....not true!
Increased heart rate/tachy can be detrimental to your health. I had tachy, too and had to go on a beta blocker to slow it down...... Increased heart rate is good when exercising, as long as you don't overdo, because you're burning calories; tachy is not so good, because your heart's racing when your body isn't; not good.
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