Metoprolol vs nadolol

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I did find this about Nadolol Long-term effect of nadolol on quantitative liver function tests in patients with cirrhosis Summary Nadolol, a non-cardioselective beta adrenoreceptor blocking agent, has been reported to decrease portal pressure without affecting liver function in cirrhotic patients treated for 1 month. There were no data about the long-term effects of nadolol on liver function.
Well share you're experiences with the metoprolol vs propranolol... It can't be all in my head, I mean the side effects from the metoprolol are horrible...
The only time I didn't feel them was when I was asleep, and I thought I was getting fewer during exercise, but the Holter showed they didn't vary much regardless of activity. I was also taking beta blockers, for many years for MVP syndrome, and switched from nadolol to metoprolol when the PVCs started and found, like your mom, that they seemed to help at first and then no effect. Higher doses made me feel worse, drugged and even tight chest.
I rarely eat junk food, occasionally some processed foods, no sugar anymore, and some starches.I love raw veggies and never fry anything. I am not on diabetic meds at present. My doctor wants me to try diet and more exercise at first. I take Lasix, amiloride, Reglan, Wellbutrin SR, Protonix, & Nadolol. I have also taken milk thistle extract (sylmarin) for several years. I was not aware of lemon tonics to heal your liver. I'll check in to that. Thanks!
Can diet play a role along with medication help prolong survival longer than usually indicated. I heard of an alkaline diet vs an acidic diet, heard of controlled amino acid therapy and different foods which helps to starve the cancer cells, trying to help him before cancer spreads outside of liver and to different organs. he continues to work, but tires easily, his AFP blood levels recent results currently at 22000. Is it too late to do something, oh!
Anti-microbial drugs (antibiotics) that contain fluoroquinolones, such as Avelox, Cipro and Levaquin, have warnings because they can increase the risk of tendinitis and tendon rupture, especially in patients over 60 years old. Beta blockers like Atenolol, Metoprolol, Nadolol and Propronolol have a black box warning for patients to be supervised by a physician while discontinuing use of these drugs. Withdrawal can cause severe exacerbation of angina and myocardial infarction.
Toprol (metoprolol), Tenormin (atenolol), Inderal (propranolol), Corgard (nadolol). Alternatives for patients intolerant to beta blockers (usually due to wheezing, coughing or asthma symptoms) include calcium channel blockers (verapamil), angiotensin receptor blocking agens (valsartan) or angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors (lisinopril).
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