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... Can I ask why you both needed a beta blocker during pregnancy? ... (42 replies)
... I was wondering what the chances are of my doctor allowing me to quit taking a beta blocker while pregnant? ... (3 replies)
... for my entire pregnancy. My OB said that my pregnancy went wonderfully. ... (8 replies)

... Have any of you gotten pg on a beta blocker? ... (2 replies)
... In canada, the beta blocker of choice in pregnancy is labetolol. ... (42 replies)
... Hang in there! ... (42 replies)
... I have now by typing in the medicine first and then category B. I found out that the medication I take Coreg is a category C. ... (42 replies)
... Is there a beta blocker that can be taken during pregnancy? ... (42 replies)
... Update... It has been a month or so since changing my dose from 25mg twice a day to 12.5mg twice a day. And (knock on wood) everything has been great!! I saw the cardiologist who had a lot to say. She first of all said that the BB certainly was a factor in why I gained so much during pregnancy - she said without a doubt. Also why it has been more difficult to lose. I asked... (9 replies)
... And baby is great at 21 months now. If you had SVT during pregnancy it could deprive your baby of oxygen which can do damage. ... (4 replies)
... My gp and cardiologist both told me that it was ok to take a beta blocker while pregnant. My pharmacist on the other hand told me that if I were his wife, he'd never let me take it. ... (4 replies)
... out my pregnancy. This med has changed my life. Decreased my HR, decreased PVCs, and blocks that darn adrenaline I hate so much!!!!!!!!!!! It is very helpful too in ppl with body symptomatic anxiety...which I SOOO have. ... (5 replies)
... have almost no long term side effects. In the absence of asthma or underlying diabetes there are no known long term side effects. ... (9 replies)
... We travel all over, but it does make me nervous!! What's most important is the stability of your aorta. If it grows more than .3cm in a year, it's important to have the surgery ASAP. ... (7 replies)
... The doctors can't figure out why I have this. They all look at me with question marks in their eyes. I DO NOT have Marfan's syndrome. No one in my family has it. No one in my family has had any heart related health issues ever. No history of heart attack or cardiac arrest. ... (7 replies)
Heart Biopsy
Jan 22, 2009
... those two things don't necessarily go together. When you had your heart attack, did you have an angiogram which showed a blockage in any of your coronary arteries? ... (6 replies)
Enlarged Heart
Mar 12, 2008
... is a beta blocker. ... (22 replies)
Enlarged Heart
Mar 12, 2008
... The echocardiogram scheduled for 2 hours away has my heart just racing and my palms sweating! I'm gonig to go in there and try to relax and tell myself the test is necessary for the doctor to determine if there is a problem and how to address it. ... (22 replies)
Enlarged Heart
Mar 11, 2008
... are as loose as possible without any tension. After I feel that I have relaxed my legs as much as possible, I then target my stomach. If I am stressfully holding in my stomach, I let my stomach out and concentrate on relaxing my stomach area. ... (22 replies)
CHF & EKG's..
Nov 12, 2007
... thanks Ken.. you seem to have all of the answers. ;) Cardiac arrest is a big fear of mine, but I try to focus on the positive because everything seems to be looking better than it was. I have came a long way. My echo was supposed to be on the 26th, but I went in for a check up w/my family doc today. My BP was extremely low, 82/60 when i stood up. They have dropped my meds... (2 replies)




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