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... the first six months to a year, it was great. I think it definitely helped me. But over time, I started to get anxiety after taking it. I'd also get period of palpitations between doses. ... (1 replies)
... blocker and have heart problems so even missing a dose causes trouble. You can probbly expect a few extra palpitations for a day or two, but that's about it. ... (2 replies)
... s the same. So I called him back and told him I wanted to get off the beta blockers completely. He told me it would be OK to just stop taking the Bystolic. ... (2 replies)

... Hi Linda, Just wanted to say that your post, sounds just like me!! Seriously, just like me. I'm in perimenopause and the pvc's come and go, I could go months with nothing and then "bam!" they are back. I have been tested out the wazoo and nothing comes back abnormal. I also have been dealing with these since my 20's. I'm just hoping they go away when menopause comes. I... (23 replies)
... Hello, new to forum but am wondering if you found any relief as it sounds very similar to what I am experiencing. (23 replies)
... I'm already on a Beta Blocker to keep my blood pressure under control. I do drink alcohol, but I don't drink anything with caffeine. I never drink coffee or caffeinated sodas. ... (23 replies)
... I too have had problems with palpitations for years and have had all normal tests come back. Mine usually have occurred when working out and I was told its completely normal. ... (5 replies)
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... My palpitations started probably two weeks ago. I do notice that when I take an Ativan they calm down some. I am not sure if the Beta Blocker isn't working for me any longer or what's going on, but it's unnerving and I keep thinking something more sinister is happening. ... (5 replies)
... likely arrhythmia that seems to be linked to my menstrual cycle. She said the medication wouldn't fix it, but would make me notice the palpitations less and would feel better. I took my first dose last night and felt AWFUL. I read the little drug insert then and found a few concerning things. ... (2 replies)
... I hardly ever have the palpitations now. It is helping with that. Its lowering my heart rate as well. ... (2 replies)
... Not sure. I am on low dose, according to my doctor. 25 mg 2x per day metoprolol. It doesn't completely get rid of palpitations but it makes a big difference. I would not be able to get up and do much without it. ... (2 replies)
... My doctor increased the dose because he said that my increase in heart rate was due to palpitations not anxiety. ... (2 replies)
... I didn't have a good christmas and new years either. I have been having really bad palpiations since dec 6 (the day of my 4th attack). On dec 10, I went to local clinic and the doctor said it is anxiety and prescribed citalopram 10 mg. It had no effect. On dec 29, I went again and another doctor prescribed metoprolol 25 mg twice a day. I am taking half the amount and WOW, no... (9 replies)
... lol daily just to try to be more comfortable but it doesn't always keep heart rate down or normal when it jumps around. On the whole, though, I think a low dose beta blocker is very helpful. ... (3 replies)
... check your thyroid is a good idea just to rule out a treatable cause for it. An echocardiogram can be helpful too, just to make sure the heart valves are normal. Beta blockers are used often to reduce rate and force of contraction that can cause palpitations. It tends to lower BP as well. ... (3 replies)
... They have done everything else they can. I take a high dose of beta blocker (sotalol), I have had defibrillation (with the paddles, under anaesthetic) twice, I am on a fairly high dose of warfarin. If all that hasn't stopped it, then the catheter ablation is all that is left. The main danger is that I have a family history of stroke and I don't want to add to my risk. 20% of... (17 replies)
... e to the wonderful, confusing world of heart rhythm and heart beat irregularities. The good news is that you are not alone having to contend with tachycardia and palpitations and heart pauses and heart skips and heart jumps and heart pounding, etc. The bad news is that you are not alone ....... ... (1 replies)
... I've had to endure heart palpitations, tachycardia and all kinds of heart rhythm problems; and multiple other symptoms for decades. In my case, the number one cause is allergies. Allergy medications relieve my allergy symptoms, but not my heart rhythm and heart beat problems. For that, among other heart problems, I take an Ace Inhibitor (Quinapril), Digoxin and a Beta... (3 replies)
... Been dealing with these MUCH too long. I hate them and likely will never get used to them. I take a beta blocker (small dose 12.5mg twice a day) to control them and a fast rate. But I was still getting them enough to really bother me. I started taking 2 Tbsp a day of unfiltered, organic apple cider vinegar. I would mix it with about a 1/2 cup of water and ice and just... (4 replies)


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