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I'm 17 and have vasovagal syncope and i also have postural hypotension. Im taking atenolol for that and have found that it works miracles for these symptoms and instead of being put on the steroid for this disorder I figured if it works why not take it rather than be put on a steroid and gain 30-50 pounds.
Hi. I'm 53 years old, and High Blood Pressure taking : Atenolol 50 mg , Amlodipine 10 mg , Lisonipril 20 mg and Doxazosin 2 mg.) All once a day at mornings.(and my bood pressure is controled now ) (120 x 90 My Doctor has prescribed Viagra 50 mg for Erectile Dsfunction , but i'm worry to take, because my HBP prescriptions. Are there any problem ? Can i take without worry to much ? Please answer me ,because my Doctor is on holiday now. Thank you.
5) and depressed T4, elevated TSH. taking Hcort 10mg am and levothyroxine 0.05mg. also poor erections and persistent fatigue last few yrs. strongly suspect all of this may be due to many yrs of beta blockade. most all docs tell me I have no choice but to take beta blockers life long. given above problems I'd really like to taper off atenolol. have any heart patients been able to do this successfully? have there been any studies of atenolol side-effects that have gone out 20 yrs?
135-pound 40-year-old woman with no health problems other then a rapid heart-rate that I'm taking meds for (Atenolol)and Hypo-Thyroid (been taking Synthorid for 15 years)and acid-reflux (prilosec once a day)to take the husband's Viagra once in a while--just for kicks? To see if it may increase my desire... Please give me your views, comments and experiences.
39 Dear Doctors at CCHC, I am presently taking 30mg of imdur per day. However, because I am also taking 50mg of atenolol and 20mg of vasotec I have developed sexual ed. I have recently spoke to both my cardiologist and urologist and they have said it is ok to take viagra as long as I have been off imdur for 36 to 48 hours. Three questions: 1) How long does imdur stay in one's system? 2) How long does viagra stay in one's system? 3) Any other suggestions?
39 Dear Doctors at CCHC, I am presently taking 30mg of imdur per day. However, because I am also taking 50mg of atenolol and 20mg of vasotec I have developed sexual ed. I have recently spoke to both my cardiologist and urologist and they have said it is ok to take viagra as long as I have been off imdur for 36 to 48 hours. Three questions: 1) How long does imdur stay in one's system? 2) How long does viagra stay in one's system? 3) Any other suggestions?
I get 100 mg viagra pills and cut them into 25 mg doses (more economical that way). I'm sort of a borderline case so I can get away with the smallest dose. Works great as a "performance enhancer".
I'm 52, male, 25mg atenolol and 50mg cozaar for HBP, prilosec for GERD, low-dose aspirin, 50mg viagra on occasion due to the beta blocker. I had used 120mg Inderal LA until recently, switched to atenolol when that drug was in shortage. My Dr found my heart rate was too high if she reduced the beta blocker too much. We settled on my current dosage which has kept blood pressure normal (around 120/75) and pulse generally ok 60's to 80's.
I get these skipped beats off and on and I tend not to worry about them too much, wouldnt be any point anyway cos my doctor (I'm in the UK) doesnt seem to care. He had me on both Prozac and Ritalin without monitoring me and didnt seem to understand why I ended up in ER with tachy. Now my heart pounds on at times and at those times taking my shoes off, sat down, will take me to 110 bpm..my doctor finds that acceptable.
Hello, I have been on Zoloft (75mg) for a few months and I having a hard time getting quickly aroused before and after orgasm. I am also on Atenolol for blood pressure which has been under control. I've heard of supplements called Horny Goat Weed and Yohimbe. Can I take these supplements with the current medication I'm on or should I just see if I should get a script for Viagra and take that if I want to have sex?
During that time, I started having PVCs which feel like an incompleted hiccup. My cardiologist put me on 50mg atenolol a day and 25mg vasotec a day. I also take coumidin. My heart rate went down to 60-65 and my blood pressure is always about 124/78. My cardiologist left town and I have started going to a new doctor. I seemed to be really tired and frequently dizzy so my new doctor changed my medications to 5mg of accupril and topril.
Usually older guys that take Cialis and Viagra and it works in the beggining and then stops later on down the road is when E2 levels go out of range. You should get tested for this ideal range should be between 20-32 pg/dl I think. You should talk to your doctor about taking either DIM or Armidex. You can buy DIM at your local health food store but you should talk to your doctor first and see what he thinks. Good Luck!
It was either the Zoloft or the Atenolol for blood pressure. At any rate they gave me Levitra and I haven't been troubled by it since. I noticed the problem almost as soon as they started me on Zoloft. I'm not on Zoloft anymore but it isn't because of the ED. The levitra worked well for me.
I take BP , water ,Blood sugar , gout, and for depression...pills...I am 67 living with a great looking mexican lady and really have no problem with sex...But you NEED to be more then just in love with your lady...SHE need to turn you on and Gely does all the time...
He has had no ill effects from taking it since but there have been times when he has not taken it that he has a severe headache after he orgasms. He is taking medications one is atenolol 100 mg and another is linsopril and another medication mixed together. (the other medication is a diuretic) Do you also agree with me that he should not take the Viagra? I love him dearly we have been married 20 years. I don't want to lose him.
Honestly, I went off the atenolol and kind of missed the feeling it gave me. How weird is that? I am free of any bothersome palps (still have an occasional strong beat or two) so my cardiologist said to stop taking it.
I have yet to meet any cardiologist or other specialist who had any idea why any of this is going on. Incidentally, it is great to be able to eat without tachycardia and exercise mildly but I consider the atenolol a poison that is killing me slowly. My sexual and exercise response is totally messed up by it. My HMO takes the attitude that I am alive and attenolol is inexpensive so whether they know what is wrong with me or not they are not saying......
The beta blockers I take (I'm prescribed atenolol [Tenormin] and propranolol [Inderal] for my tremor, and coincidentally, I am on clonazepam for anxiety issues (though if it I didn't have essential tremor, I wouldn't take it daily ― I don't need it so often for my anxiety anymore) and I'm also on topiramate/Topamax which is an anti-convulsant that I've been told by my doctor shows that it can help tremor from ET.
your insurance company would love to see you on atenolol and to be honest, it is just as effective. If you have no symptoms, you could increase the beta blocker. Given my age, is ablation as safe for me as other younger people with this problem. Since I my episodes were 20 months apart, what do you feel is the best approach. I travel quite a bit with my family and I am just crazy with fear that I will have an episode while flying. The odds of you having more episodes is high.
In this regard it would be helpful to know your measured lung function shortly after re-inflation of the collapsed lung and what it is now. To determine if you truly had and still have COPD and if it is of a severity to account for the degree of shortness of breath you have experienced for seven years. Basically I am suggesting that your doctors assess your lung function, determine the cause of any abnormalities and advise you if any loss of lung function is correctible/reversible.
Visited regular doctor, ophthalmologist, and neuro- ophthalmologist. Several MRIs of brain and eyes with and without contrast were normal (spaced about 4 years apart). Eye exam is normal (vision is 20/20 uncorrected). Tests for Horners, MS, MG were negative. These doctors are stumped. This started about 5 years ago with infrequent episodes, but now the frequency has increased. Any assistance would be appreciated.
He also admitted he uses viagra and is still going strong. I certainly agree with your comments as to how Drug Companies work.
On the plus side, this beta-blocker seems to provide the best heart rate control and did not cause me sleep problems, nightmares, cold hands and feet etc..(like older beta blockers) I believe BISOPROLOL (ZEBETA)though an older beta blocker, is currently the better beta blocker, but it does not provide the greatest heart rate control.
What is wrong with me? Without the Atenolol and HCTZ i can't function and recently was put on 5mg diazapam for the anxiety. What do you think? P.S. I'm 5'6" and 237--I've lost 20 pounds since April.
No pain in urination, no pain in sex, have been married for many years with one partner, and no urge to go to the bathroom. It happens randomly, and lasts for 3-6 seconds then goes away. It is irritating but not painful. Any thoughts on this issue would be helpful.
I've been to vascular surgeons, cardiologists. hand surgeons and regular md's and no one can help me. This just happened again to my thumb after 10 years and my cardiologist prescribed high blood pressure meds...and I DON'T have high blood pressure, I've been running for 25 years! If anyone has a diagnosis please share...I know your frustration.
U have already had the worst of it and now, they will begin to taper off and get better and better. The irritability may last a little longer, but not much I imagine. Anyway, congrats. U took the meds like u should and didnt ever get into trouble w/ them. That says a lot to me. Anyway, that makes a difference during all of this, in my opinion. Stay positive and by the end of the weekend, I bet they are a memory, distand I hope. How is your pain now? Do u have another way to manage it?
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