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... Thanks for continuing to share your experience with beta blocker withdrawal. ... (67 replies)
... But again, I found the reference to the calcium channel blocker and the beta blocker together. The site I trust the most explained that the 2 together tends to enhance the side effects of both.....probably what is driving you nuts. ... (14 replies)
... induced by the beta blocker. When this happens the pulse becomes slower and an extra beat is initiated by the heart. ... (3 replies)

... I was fine the first three days, but suddenly I'm just very, very anxious. Do you think this is from stopping the beta blocker or starting the diuretic or is it just underlying anxiety? ... (4 replies)
... the blood pressure falling too low at night so that the pumping action of the heart might not be sufficient to sustain circulation. ... (51 replies)
... What if they are not strong enough to counteract the effects of your beta blocker? ... (42 replies)
... We are working on fine tuning the dosage and type of meds I should be on. I think the late night dose of beta blocker is making a difference. ... (17 replies)
... So yes, a "low" dose can cause problems. ... (17 replies)
... soon after treatment started having irregular heart beats. I had an EKG and wore a 24 hour holter monitor and my Dr. said I was exeriencing PAC's. My Atenolol dose is very low but at rest my pulse is often in the 40's. I'm wondering if I'm feeling the PAC's because of my low heart rate? ... (3 replies)
... Hi...I am taking a beta blocker for anxiety and am wondering how I would know if my bp is getting too low? ... (4 replies)
... My BP is controlled, sometimes even low on a low dose beta blocker. I am 43 and perimenopausal. ... (4 replies)
... Ill bet its the beta blocker withdrawal. It can last for a looooong time actually. Doctors state that its just a few days, but that is not true. ... (5 replies)
... So im not on Metapropolol Beta-Blocker for my anxiety as well as high blood pressure. Anyway, I am really scared because I have read warnings that if I miss my medication I have a risk for a heart attack? Is this just for older patients or people on higher doses? I am only taking 25mg 2 times a day, will I be in danger of cardiac death now!? Im really trying to move... (5 replies)
... before, and nothing else in my life has really changed that would think make me think it could be something else. I have read this is a potential side effect of Beta Blockers. ... (9 replies)
... Luckily, 25 mg is a very low dose. Most are taking from 100 to 250mg a day. ... (30 replies)
... perhaps it is because I am on such a low dose is why he recommends this. ... (9 replies)
... and Zuzu said, I took my numbers at home, and they would be normal, that I dropped the diurectic myself, only taking it about every 3 days, its was an extremely low dose 12.5mg of hydrochlorot. ... (11 replies)
... bound hypertension. Beta blockers can be even more tricky, because of the adrenalin and high blood pressure surge. Sometimes, you may have to stay on a low dose of your drug, till you and your doctor determine everything is OK. ... (67 replies)
... Take only the Micardis, that should lower your blood pressure OK. If you have heart racing issues a low dose beta blocker would probably be better for the heart rate and anxiety. A low dose 25 mg. a day of Toprol or 2. ... (2 replies)
... My blood pressure has always been perfectly normal or even on the low end of normal. ... (1 replies)


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