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... I was wondering what the chances are of my doctor allowing me to quit taking a beta blocker while pregnant? ... (3 replies)
... So I weaned off my bystolic that I was only taking for 2 weeks. Obviously had all the symptoms of withdrawl fast heart rate chest pain...ive been on a beta blocker the first time due to pregnancy indiced hypertension. Second time was a mistake. ... (0 replies)
... for my entire pregnancy. My OB said that my pregnancy went wonderfully. ... (8 replies)

... Have any of you gotten pg on a beta blocker? ... (2 replies)
... s on it before, during and after my pregnancy. Everything went absolutely fine. I know the research is sometimes frightening but we have had a discussion about pregnancy and betas here on this board awhile back and no one reported any problems. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for letting me know am not ob took me off the beta blocker...all we saw wednesday on the us was an empty am scared to death...he seemed positive was just too early to see anything.. ... (2 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)
... Can I ask why you both needed a beta blocker during pregnancy? ... (42 replies)
... n find are category C medications. It is so much nicer to hear people actually used a medication and everything turned out great. Can I ask why you both needed a beta blocker during pregnancy? ... (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)
... In canada, the beta blocker of choice in pregnancy is labetolol. ... (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)
... e now by typing in the medicine first and then category B. I found out that the medication I take Coreg is a category C. So I will most likely have to find a new beta blocker to take. Hopefully there is one out there. And your right about the pill book they are no help at all. ... (42 replies)
... Is there a beta blocker that can be taken during pregnancy? ... (42 replies)
... Update... It has been a month or so since changing my dose from 25mg twice a day to 12.5mg twice a day. And (knock on wood) everything has been great!! I saw the cardiologist who had a lot to say. She first of all said that the BB certainly was a factor in why I gained so much during pregnancy - she said without a doubt. Also why it has been more difficult to lose. I asked... (9 replies)
... Yep - me. My BP at the Dr office usually runs 100/60-110/70. Even thru out my pregnancy. This med has changed my life. Decreased my HR, decreased PVCs, and blocks that darn adrenaline I hate so much!!!!!!!!!!! It is very helpful too in ppl with body symptomatic anxiety...which I SOOO have. (5 replies)
... kept blowing me off giving me xanax and zoloft telling me that it was anxiety and stress my cardiologist finally did 24 hoelter monitor and Echo and put me on a beta blocker. I was having PVC's and shortness of breath and chest pain. ... (13 replies)
... Here are a couple of articles that show guidelines for treatment. Angina pectoris is a symptom of myocardial ischemia or infarction caused by an imbalance between myocardial oxygen supply and demand. Etiology. Ischemia is secondary to coronary artery disease in 95% of patients. A decreased oxygen supply from anemia, hypotension, vasospasm, or arrhythmias or an... (1 replies)

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