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... Can I ask why you both needed a beta blocker during pregnancy? ... (42 replies)
... Thank you so much to both of you for letting me know you used atenolol during your pregnancy.I now have much more hope that I can do this. I have been doing alot of researching on the web and all I can find are category C medications. ... (42 replies)
... Hi there.... I have been reading your posts and am new to the board. I too, have recently been diagnosed with viral cardiomyopathy. My OB/GYN and Cardiologist have BOTH agreed that I should not get pregnant. I'm 35 and a newly-wed, so this has been very devastating. What type of cardiomyopathy do you have and what is your EF? Mine is 25% and I'm 35 years... (42 replies)

... Thank you so much. I am going to do that right now :) (42 replies)
... As far as meds during pregnancy go, you'll want to go on "catagory B" meds. These are the safest for pregnancy. ... (42 replies)
... Is there a beta blocker that can be taken during pregnancy? ... (42 replies)
... I'm pregnant and suffer from PVC's and have also been tacycardia. My cardiologist told me that they do give beta blockers to pregnant women but like everything else during pregnancy the effects are unknown (or at least not enough research) so they weigh up the risks to the mothers and babies health etc. I have heard that the first 3 months are the worse time to take them??... (4 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)
... Did you have pregnancy induced hypertension, or did you have hypertension prior to being pregnant? ... (42 replies)
... to square one again. The pernatoligist was just a waste of time. He told me something totally different then he told my other doctor. He said he would moniter me during a pregnancy and it would be fine to stay on the Coreg. ... (42 replies)
Cardiomyopathy
Jan 19, 2004
... Thank you so much for responding to my post. You have given me so much hope. It really wasn't just about taking the beta blockers during pregnancy that was my only worry but,surviving a pregnancy with cardiomyopathy. That's another subject my doctors have no anwsers for me. ... (17 replies)
... I was also on Atenolol during my pregnancy, and everything worked out fine! ... (42 replies)
... ong term side effects. In the absence of asthma or underlying diabetes there are no known long term side effects. It has been demonstrated that children taking beta blockers throughout their growth and development years seem to have no adverse consequences. ... (9 replies)
... Toprol XL SHOULD NOT be taken at all during pregnancy. The sites I looked at said that other Beta Blockers would be OK IF medically necessary, including regular Toprol. ... (3 replies)
... lter mon recorded a lot of pvcs dont know exact number but cardio ssaid it was "innumerable". my cardio is worried about how the hormonal changes will effect me during pregnancy. he suspects it will get a lot worse and i should not be on beta blockers during bc they lower my blood ppressure , which is already pretty low. ... (8 replies)
... SVT attacks and it really isn't safe to be on calcium channel blockers or beta blockers during your pregnancy. ... (23 replies)
... a day, did you feel every single one! I think it is a hormone related thing. I trying my hardest to stay off beta blockers but as they get worse i'm finding it hard! ... (4 replies)
... I was taking 80mg a day during my pregnancy becuase for some reason my sx were way better during the pregnancy. ... (6 replies)
Can't stand it
May 11, 2007
... Peripartum Dilated Cardiomyopathy often relsolves itself during the year after the birth. It is strongly recommended that no more children are considered. ... (5 replies)


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