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Beta Blockers Headaches
I have headaches all the time dr said no to a allergy test and gave me beta blockers made me feel sick can I tell him i want a allergy test?
See details: Beta blockers are often poorly tolerated. Tell your doctor you want a consultation with a neurologist. ...Read more
I have had migraine headaches for years. I take beta blockers. for the last year the top of my head hurts whenever I bend over, sneeze or cough. ?
Assessment needed.: Several issues must be reviewed: 1, sleep problems? Even you might not realize that, 2. Any trigger points or painful points in neck as they give referral pain in head, 3. Is there any medication withdrawal or sudden stop? 4. Is scalp tender on top of head? See your doctor for assessment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Oxygen?: Ice-pick headaches are another name for cluster headaches. Sometimes typical migraine treatment (imitrex, etc) can help. An old remedy that sometimes works very well is oxygen. Next time you're having a headache, see if your doctor will administer oxygen. If it's going to work, it typically works in less than 5-10 minutes. If so, it can be an inexpensive, easy solution even for home use. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm on both beta blocker and CCB for elevated HR. ive been getting a lot of headaches since I started. Is it a side effect? I'm 17
Maybe, but...: At 17 y/o I hope someone is looking more closely form why you have such a high heart rate & not just treating the sx's. This would be true if the two are being used for high blood pressure. BB's and CCB's are both classes of meds. Some of each class can H/A's, so it's poss. But, uncontrolled BP, too slow a HR or some causes of abn HR or BP in people your age can also cause H/A's. Why & which meds? ...Read more
I skipped my beta blocker for a fews nights and I feel blood rushing to my head is that normal? Plus I have a bad headache I just starting twice a day
I always feel lightheaded and headache almost every day! currently I'm on beta blocker and propafenone. Side effects from my meds?
Symptoms: Discuss the symptoms with your Doctor. Those symptoms can be associated with almost any medication and so it's hard to be sure whether they are likely to be related to your meds. Your Doc is in the best position to judge your situation. ...Read more
I have been diagnosed with Graves Disease. I suffer severely from headaches,only on the right side temple. It's not migraine.I am on 80mg beta blocker?
The beta blocker: will only blunt some of the effects of the elevated thyroid level. The basic thyroid problem still needs to be treated either with radioiodine or anti-thyroid drigs. Work w/your physician, Also, have your eyes checked with an opthalmologist. ...Read more
Had headache, earache and watering eyefor 6 months had sinsus CT came back normal. Ent says headache is migraine and prescribed beta blocker. Correct?
Perhaps is migraine: Worthwhile to try a preventative medication, and beta blockers are approved for migraine, but, they may have nasty side effects such as wheezing, fatigue, cognitive slowing, exercise intolerance, slowing of pulse and dropping of blood pressure, and depression. Other meds may be tolerated better such as topirimate or divalproex sodium. Perhaps, see a neurologist who focuses in headache management. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Been having hr of 155+headches dizziness lightheadness symptoms increase when standing put on beta blocker hasnt helped could i have POTS if not what ?
Anxiety: right medicine adjust the dose with ur md ...Read more
Beta-blockers: Beta blockers is a class of drugs that affect beta-adrinergic receptors. There are at least two of those that beta-blockers block, known as beta-1 and beta-2. They are found in different body tissues and blocking beta-1 and beta-2 receptors exercises certain effect on the tissues where those are located. Beta-blockers are frequently used in people with high blood pressure, arrhythmia, heart issues. ...Read more
Beta blockers: Beta blockers block beta receptors. Beta receptors are molecular structures on certain cells which when beta agonists attach to them cause effects like increased heart rate and blood pressure. The beta blockers attach and the beta agonists can't hook up and cause the increase in heart rate and blood pressure ...Read more
Receptor Blockers: Beta is short for beta adrenergic receptor and beta blockers inhibit these receptors that are stimulated primarily by epinephrine and norepinephrine, our "fight or flight" hormones. The importance in heart disease is that many disorders like a failing heart or heart attack are worsened by increased heart rate and demand on the heart. Beta blockers reduce this effect and help improve outcomes. ...Read more
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