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... Yes, "pbaskin" Beta Blockers CAN and do worsen any Pulmonary problems. ... (1 replies)
... Have the RAI and cut down on the size and functioning ability of your thyroid. Then you will be in the position that a lot of HYPOthyroids are in, lots of TSH floating around with nothing much to do? ... (25 replies)
... A beta blocker in context of heart failure slows the heart rate. ... (18 replies)

... I thought we were investigating edema and long term hyperthyroid but nothing suprises me any more. ... (25 replies)
... sees this as an apparent LOW intravascular volume because of a "flabby vasculature tree". So it's important that you take the kidneys in to account when treating. ... (16 replies)
... label is a very scary one to hear, but it IS MANAGEABLE! As a generally acceptable rule, an EF less than 45 indicates treatment for Congestive Heart Failure. In simplest terms, CHF means that your heart isn't effectively clearing the blood from the chambers in your heart, thus not getting it to the rest of your body. ... (30 replies)
... I agree with everything you said but the lasix thing. Lasix won't make things worse if someone has pulmonary edema as long as you don't totally dehydrate them with huge doses of it. ... (16 replies)
... blockers or calcium channel blockers which not only slow the heart down, they also cause it to beat less intensely. These agents can't be used by themselves in people who already have impaired pump function because they'll just cause the person to go in to heart failure. ... (7 replies)
... i am not one to tell you if your fatigue is due to meds or condition. only the experts can tell you this or try you on something else. i only know that while i was on other meds, i experienced fatigue. i never had this before and i remember sleeping anywhere anytime and hardly being able to get from point a to b. absolutely no get up and go. there have been negative... (9 replies)

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