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... m sure the horror stories and bad side effects are a tiny percentage of the people who do take these but it makes me hesitant to pop that first pill. I hear the beta blockers help with anxiety as well....maybe I'll get dual help. ... (5 replies)
... I've been on a beta blocker for going on 6 weeks now, and I've got to say that it really does help. ... (5 replies)
... Has anyone else had these problems with beta blockers? ... (3 replies)

... Thats how exactly how mine feel, i have learned to ignore them I think you need to find a new doctor or talk to a heart doctor because my pvc's have been reduced by about 98% since using 240mg verapamil (8 replies)
... My doctor said beta blockers will not prevent PAC's & PVC's just slow down your heart rate. (8 replies)
... If you can't tolerate beta blockers, there are other classes of drugs which can control heart rate. Ask you doctor about them. ... (8 replies)
... For pac's and pvc's the best beta blockers (in my experience) are BISOPROLOL and NEBIVOLOL. (8 replies)
... I've seen some relief from them---but they're still there, just not as noticeable. I'm afraid that if I get a BAD spell---one where I feel really light-headed and dizzy, that it could happen behind the wheel of my truck or something. I've never fainted, but what if I do?? That's what scares me. (6 replies)
... I should say one can absolutely get SVT episodes on beta blockers. Beta blockers didn't even touch my son's SVT, not in the slightest. ... (6 replies)
... Can you still get symptoms even once you're taking beta blockers? ... (6 replies)
... I came here with the same question on Beta blockers and alcohol. I'm only 20 and have been having the PVC's for about a year. ... (4 replies)
... I have gotten the verdict that my PAC's & PVC's are benign. That's great!! However, they are just too disruptive to my life, and I want to try to suppress them, if I can. I've cut out caffiene, sugar, alcohol, added calcium, magnesium - you name it. No change whatsoever. So - I'm ready to try drugs. My cardiologists nurse said "we only work with Toprol XL". Okay... ... (10 replies)
... Do all beta blockers cause depression, is that a side effect of most of them? ... (3 replies)
Beta Blockers
Jul 7, 2006
... Just while were on the subject, i take atenolol 50mg for sinus tachy/anxiety + pvc's, but my HR while taking them and AWAKE can be 50bpm while resting, is this dangerous? how low is safe etc? I just concerned because on my holter when i had one a little while ago my lowest BPM while asleep was like 40, and thats without beta blockers, so i worry what it would be with beta... (11 replies)
Beta Blockers
Jul 2, 2006
... Anyone Had Side Effects With Beta Blockers.i Take One For Pvc's.thanks. ... (11 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)
... been done to my heart and those pains stopped once I started taking the meds. One other statement about the pains is that i would also break out in a sweat.Beta Blockers can be a good thing. ... (15 replies)
... He may have made the decision based upon your pvc's. Beta blockers can really help some arrhythmias. ... (15 replies)
... I would like to know who has had success with beta blockers and who hasn't. ... (2 replies)
... They only happen about once a week or less, but they're scary. My doctor told me that if I felt like passing out or passed out, that I should come back and get beta blockers. ... (3 replies)

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