Nebivolol and diabetes

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My pe is since the start not from crestor or nebivolol. I am not on diabetes and i dont have problems with my thyroid.I have never tested testosterone levels though.
The main reason is that they tend to increase Blood Glucose, and might provoke diabetes. Nebivolol does not increase BG, btw. But carvedilol does. Nebivolol though is quite expensive, and might not be on a formulary. Atenolol is inexpensive. There is also a new drug called ivabradine that gives pure control of heart rate without being a beta blocker. You also might think about changing the timing of your medication.
my mom is starting to develop thyroid disease (looks like Hashimoto's due to her slightly elevated thyroid antibody results), she has arthritis (we don't know if it's RA), and she has terrible environmental allergies, as do my siblings and I. Some of my maternal aunts have thyroid disease, and my paternal grandfather had diabetes, which my father looks like he's developing, too. My MRI is clean for MS, so I don't think my neurologist is worried about this.
These include some adverse metabolic abnormalities such as dyslipidaemia and new-onset diabetes, and less effective reduction of central aortic compared with brachial blood pressure. Newer beta-blockers such as carvedilol (coreg is a beta blocker and ACE inhibitor, slows hr and lowers bp...my medication) or nebivolol are better tolerated. These beta-blockers have a vasodilating effect, which may beneficially affect systolic blood pressure in the aorta.
I sent a message to him to tell him I had stopped the treatment and sent a message back to me telling me to see my GP for an alternative. My GP prescribed Nebivolol but this also made me really drowsy and nauseaus too so I stopped taking nebivolol after another 2 weeks. This history has brought us up to date and to my latest problem. I have had involuntary twitching in my legs and feet for a few months increasing to the present state where they are constantly twitching.
I was given shots for Vit B, Vit D capsules, Iodoral for Iodine along with increased dosage of Hyzaar and a strong pills for Diabetes. Three months later, my vitamins levels were good, iodine content was good but I was not feeling good at all. I had blood in my stools. I had to see another doctor in the same clinic, who saw all the information about my situation on the computer notes, said that I may be having side effects with the tablets for diabetes and changed the medicene.
I had 5 flaps of skin grown over my electrial path and I had it ablated and am looking at another ablation soon. 8. Not really. Pregnancy was not good on me, but when I was having my babies I did not have one PVC or PAC. 9.Actually exercise makes mine stop.. well I say stop it could be that I am not sitting waiting for the next one. 10.Many times. Everyday for the last 4 months especially. 11.NO 12.Yes. Atenelol and now Metropolol. I can't tell much diference. I also take Xanax with it.
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