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... Yes, "pbaskin" Beta Blockers CAN and do worsen any Pulmonary problems. ... (1 replies)
... If I have pulmonary edema, should I be taking a beta blocker? ... (1 replies)
... But back to my original question. Is there any reason different beta blockers can't be mixed? ... (25 replies)

... blockers won't. I have found it one of the "nicer" beta blockers...perhaps that CHS relaxation is the primary reason. ... (25 replies)
... d one of the reasons I'm considered so "atypical". I'm a mix of hyper, hypo and euthyroid with the hyper predominating. The only accepted treatment protocol is beta blockers and if you'll believe it, the addition of thyroid hormones or thyroid hormone analogs to supress the pituitary and lower the natural hormone production. ... (25 replies)
... But even the selective blockers aren't completely selective and thus metoprolol can cause a dry cough. ... (25 replies)
... Basically beta blockers are vasodilators which process always causes some fluid leakage...have you developed a cough? ... (25 replies)
... The treatment of choice is beta blockers to control symptoms. The root of the problem is not fixable. ... (25 replies)
... And of course, the perfect drug class for edema is a diuretic. ... (25 replies)
... To answer your question square on: I really REALLY doubt that your beta-blocker is contributing to your edema. That would be antithetical to the way beta-blockers work. (25 replies)
... oid causes tachycardia, arrythmias and an increased cardiac output. Causes a lot of other problems with the increased metabolism for the rest of my body but the beta blockers pretty much control a lot of the symptoms. ... (25 replies)
... access, Your doctor is wise...LASIX is a VERY good idea. Generally speaking, people who retain water and have hypertension are in the salt-sensitive minority...I consider myself squarely at the top of this pyramid.:dizzy: :cool: We salt-sensitives respond beautifully to diuretics for our hypertension and almost not at all to ARB's or ACE inhibitors and only modestly... (25 replies)
... I was wondering if anyone here had ever had a problem with using beta blockers or had some knowledge regarding beta blockers and severe edema. ... (25 replies)
... A beta blocker in context of heart failure slows the heart rate. ... (18 replies)
... Yeah, I was talking about the thread on the beta blockers and edema. I just don't know how far to pursue it. Just looking for thoughts cause I'm feeling a little lost right now. ... (4 replies)
... I thought we were investigating edema and long term hyperthyroid but nothing suprises me any more. ... (25 replies)
... Interesting read. I hadn't run across it cause I haven't looked too far into the option of surgery. My grandmother very likely had the same condition. She had her thyroid removed at 17. It grew back and she died of a cardiac embolism at the age of 23 back in the 1930's. My mother also probably has the same problem but hers doesn't manifest itself quite as much. She's... (25 replies)
... Started taking it last summer when I starting having racing heart, etc., with hyperthyroid. I was diagnosed with Graves' and had the RAI, but I'm still on the beta blocker. I have HBP and had PVC's before the hyperthyroid and the beta blocker helps both. Can't take ACE anymore because of the cough I get with that! ... (25 replies)
... rine test jugs and I had to redo it 3 times over the course of a month. Oh yeah, another one of the endos' brill ideas. Test for pheochromocytoma 16 years into beta blocker treatment. ... (25 replies)
... I guess that quite effectively rules out the no medication route. Try 40 mg. Lasix/day in a single dose and see what it does for your edema. If you gag, you GAG...How's THAT for bedside manner.:jester: :D (Take it with food, it is better/faster absorbed in an alkaline environment.) Ask your doctor point blank if he has any reason to suspect any heart remodelling or... (25 replies)

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