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Atenolol vs ARB
Feb 24, 2015
... Sounds like Atenolol is an effective, if not perfect medication for you to take. ... (2 replies)
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... I'm hoping someone has some ideas what might be causing this. I went to emergency room in Oct, urgent care 2 days ago, and my pcp. I'm going back to pcp tomorrow. ... (7 replies)

... I was prescribed Atenolol over 10 years ago for arrhythmias and high blood pressure. ... (5 replies)
... So now that I've given you a ton of symptoms I'm going to list the tests I've had done and my medications. ... (0 replies)
... Time! High Blood Pressure is caused, in most cases by Metabolic Imbalance, or Metabolic Dysfunction. ... (21 replies)
... Maybe that is why my blood pressure is not going down.. poor nutrition. ... (21 replies)
... Have you seen a doctor about your high blood pressure? ... (1 replies)
... I have high blood pressure, I guess I have had it for a while now. I would like to know just how High my blood pressure reading would be, to go to the ER? ... (1 replies)
... ncreased chest pains, fatigue, sweating, difficulty concentrating, racing heart, all of which got worse after consuming foods high in carbohydrates. I just could not get my blood pressure under control no matter how many herbs, meds, vitamins or minerals that I took. ... (119 replies)
... Higher Blood Pressure can make many feel better. In a lot of cases it means that the body is producing more adrenal hormones, causing more blood to get thru the body to organs and muscles, causing more energy and strength. ... (3 replies)
Blood Pressure
Sep 4, 2013
... for several years. It eventually raised my blood sugar level and I was diagnosed with diabetes2. My blood pressure was not going down, so they took me off diltiazem 240mg, and put me on lisinopri 5mg. ... (4 replies)
... From 1999 thru 2004 my blood pressure was too high and very unhealthy. My health and heart failure was getting progressively worse. So....... ... (2 replies)
... is in my belly, I'm in early stage of arthritis, I have a bad back in l5 s1 area and neck problems along with torn rotor cuff. I go to a Pm doc once a month. My blood pressure keeps going up every month I go there. ... (4 replies)
... and it's still not going down. I am thinking it must be hormonal with girls like us. ... (18 replies)
... as I wasnt great at taking my meds with a young family of 4 children. Im currently on 2 different meds and it is not going down much. The dr would like me in hospital as she feels she shouldn't be treating it in the community and that I need primary care but they won't take me in. ... (18 replies)
... ain old Fioricet. Let me assure you I did not neglect seeing a Neurologist and going on Inderal, Beta Blockers, Ergotmaine, Histamine treatments 3 times a week, going to Mayo Clinic and faithfully taking the medicines prescribed by all of these medical professionals. ... (5 replies)
... cystic ovaries so went on the pill which sorted it out but as you probably will all know you have to have your blood pressure taken before each repeat. ... (19 replies)
... I was diagnosed with Heart Failure back in January 1987. I did not realize that I suffered from Chronic High Blood Pressure until September 1998. ... (36 replies)
... I take my blood pressure an average of 7 times per day. If my blood pressure averages start going higher, I know that either I am consuming too many calories, or that I have come into contact with an irritant that effects blood pressure. ... (3 replies)

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