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Dec 18, 2017
... I would think that there might be other alternatives considered before you have your heart permanently scarred via an ablation. At least be sure you understand all the risks and possible benefits. In my case, I've got severely enlarged right and left atria; and persistant Afib. I also have very healthy levels of blood pressure so I do not want my blood pressure to go any... (3 replies)
Dec 17, 2017
... e a holter and it showed SVT random EKG at doc office showed wide QRS complex as well. I have had an echo which showed mitral valve prolapse. I was taken off the beta blockers and antiarrhythmias because they messed with my blood pressure to much. ... (3 replies)
... No.I take beta blockers and have ekg exams on a regular basis- no need to stop. (1 replies)

... I will be calling my mother's cardiologist's office but in case there is not enough time to receive a response I will ask the board. Is it necessary to stop taking Beta Blockers before a scheduled EKG/ ECG? (1 replies)
Beta Blockers
Mar 17, 2014
... Unless you're a diabetic there is no reason for you to worry about your blood sugar levels with beta blockers. In fact, all beta blockers do is mask the signs and symptoms of hypoglycemia which can be dangerous for...well for anyone really. ... (3 replies)
Beta Blockers
Mar 16, 2014
... Hi, there are alternatives to beta blockers called ACE inhibitors such as Lisinopril that do not raise blood sugar levels.... ... (3 replies)
Beta Blockers
Mar 16, 2014
... are there any beta blockers that does not increase blood sugar? ... (3 replies)
... cold constantly. Socks don't help, my toes just radiate cold off them. It's quite annoying. I'm guessing both problems are due to the prolol. Are there any other beta blockers that wouldn't have these side effects? ... (0 replies)
... I'm starting to think that these beta blockers are actually helping me! ... (19 replies)
... today, for Cross country, but the physician won't clear me until the Cardiologist clears me, which he can't!!! My mom called him and said that if I don't take my beta blockers for a week, I won't get cleared to run! ... (19 replies)
... I'm still scared of trying the beta blockers, anyone know what it would do to a 42 BPM resting HR? ... (19 replies)
... I've been on beta blockers for many years now. I've started and stopped them many times. The longer that I was taking a beta blocker, the more difficult it was to slowly wean myself off of them. ... (19 replies)
... And for the beta blockers, can I just try one to see how I feel? ... (19 replies)
... I would be hesitant about a beta blocker too with such a low heart rate. It also lowers your BP which might make the dizziness worse. I would ask for a calcium channel blocker instead. ... (19 replies)
... I heard Beta blockers lower your heart rate EVEN MORE, so would it be safe? ... (19 replies)
Beta blockers?
Jun 15, 2013
... but it's still too much it seems. These are the extended release ones... i'm just wondering if I have to slowly reduce down like most beta blockers say or.. can I just stop taking them completely since I only took 1 and it was half a pill of the lowest dosage? ... (3 replies)
... olol ER 25mg twice a day, very little side effects after the first few adjustment days. Felt it worked very well. I had normal BP to begin with, but was put on Beta Blockers due to a sudden onset of PACs and Tachycardia. ... (9 replies)
... they are beta blockers. ... (9 replies)
... 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)

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