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... I tried the beta blockers for a while, and I know what you mean. The beta blockers seem to slow the heart a bit and exaggerate the PVC's. Your PVC's may be caused by anxiety in which case the Beta B. ... (3 replies)
... until I started taking beta blockers. Has anyone else had a similar problem on beta blockers? ... (10 replies)
... Hi Lenin. I've actually started doing that. I try to go to the gym two or three times a week. I do the eliptical machine for about 20 minutes and my heart rate usually gets up to about 150. ... (10 replies)

... If they gave you something like valium for the endo, it could very well last a couple days...usually feeling good. ... (10 replies)
... and PVCs that I'd been having. It seemed like things were going fairly well at first. ... (12 replies)
... My resting HR can get as low as 48 bpm, not on a beta blocker. While on my beta blockers mine would range from 37 to 43 bpm. For the most part, I felt fine, even at 37 bpm. ... (5 replies)
... to help with the palpitations, or PVCs that you are probably experiencing. In time, you may not need it? ... (1 replies)
... First I want to say that I can say with a lot of certainty that your pharmacist knows nothing of what it feels like to suffere from these types of problems. Or that he is just an shovanist. Not 'let' his wife?? Whatever. Anyway, I took propranolol throughout my ENTIRE pregnancy. I asked the advice from FOUR drs. My GP, OB, EP, and Cardiologist ALL agreed it was fine to stay on... (4 replies)
... llowing the attack the palps and tach runs began together with chest pain and chest heaviness, numbness in fingers and toes and just general weakness and fatigue for six weeks. My life has finally started back up again although I'm still not feeling like "myself" yet. ... (0 replies)
... It can take awhile for you body to adjust to the beta blockers. Some people do report strange dreams and restlessness, this can also be caused by anxiety. ... (1 replies)
... He may have made the decision based upon your pvc's. Beta blockers can really help some arrhythmias. ... (15 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)
... bad while other days they are nonexistent. I have been to a cardiologist a few times and had multiple EKGs and two stress tests. The diagnosis has been benign PVCs and nothing to worry about. Of course, I find it impossible not to worry about these...especially on the bad days.I do have quite a bit of anxiety. ... (5 replies)
... r showed that i was having them bigemeny and trigemeny constantly and my ekg showed the same thing when i was in my cardios office today. i have had pvc troubles for awhile but i went off birth control hoping to have another baby and the pvcs kicked into high gear. ... (0 replies)
... ll, actually LIVING with them is a different story! Makes me wonder if the cardiologist has ever experienced what I do. Probably not. Anyway, I have had these for close to 30 years, and was only diagnosed with SLIGHT Mitral Valve Prolapse a little over a year ago. Even an echo didn't catch it back in the 70s. ... (9 replies)
... Try asking your cadiologist to try a calcium channel blocker rather than a beta blocker. When I was diagnosed I was on a beta blocker and had a lot of side effects. ... (10 replies)
... now for the PVCs? ... (12 replies)
... for a lot of years. Never took more that 37.5mg a day. Was also on .5mgXanax for 5 months for sleep. ... (0 replies)
... Hi Dave, and thanks! I have asked several docs and different people who I knew were on b-blockers and they all said they didn't make them worse. This is my first day without them as I have weaned off over a two week period and so far so good. I do have anxiety/panic disorder and the doc started me on BuSpar two weeks ago. I think that is helping some also although the full... (3 replies)
... sounds like PVC's to me... laying on my left side already aggravates them... i tend to sleep on my right side to avoid them. I'm on a beta blocker, they are supposed to help PVC's but they occur as much for me before i started taking them as they do now. ... (10 replies)

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