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Bisoprolol Fumarate Medication
Diag Angina, lost erectile function and sexual excitment no prev probs this area I feel related to drugs nicorandil bisoprolol fumarate simvastin?
Bisoprolol: Is likely to be the culprit here. If your ED started around the same time as that med you should go see your doc about switching you to something else. I do not recommend you stop it without seeing your doctor. This medication can have a rebound effect and possibley cause you more angina if you stop it in-appropriately. ...Read more
The same: I think they are one and the same --. ...Read more
No difference: As a former chemistry major, I do not see much difference between the two given that the basic chemical is the same. ...Read more
Yes...: They might be at odds with one another, but it is more important to take your BP / heart medication regularly and can try the g.C. To see if you have any effect from it other than a reduction in your wallet--many products have little to no active component, and there is no real quality control amongst supplements. Good luck. ...Read more
I am taking Bisoprolol Fumarate 2.5 mg for 2 years. My heart rate is 48 currently. But I am feeling problem with my palpation. Should I be worried???
Bisoprolol: Reconsider the indication for the drug; you need a correlation between your symptoms and ECG to know what to do ...Read more
Yes u can.: They belong to different classes of BP meds- diuretic, calcium channel blocker and beta blocker. Ask ur dr if u have heart, thyroid, kidney or adrenal conditions contributing to ur hypertension, considering u r still young to be taking 3 BP meds. Take care! Http://www. M.Webmd. Com/a-to-z-guides/hypertension-complementary-alternative-treatments. ...Read more
My serum uric acid is 8.9. But don't have any pain in my body. My doctor recommended me to take Febuxostat and Bisoprolol Fumarate USP 2.5 mg. Is it OK?
Here are some...: It's ok to use them, but of course under the watch and monitor by the prescribing doctor timely. Clinically, try intense dietary and lifestyle modification, which may help eventually eliminate the need for using uric-lowering drugs. So, work closely with the doctor timely. ...Read more
I'm 995mg of fish oil after breakfast then 2.5mg bisoprolol fumarate 30mins after, enat 400 and folicard at bedtime then 20mg pravastatin is it safe?
Probably: That is a wide ranging approach to controlling your lipids which is very effect in many people. What you failed to mention is your diet. If you have a family hx of heart disease and elevated levels of LDL with low HDL you should have a full evaluation. But the first step is always diet and exercise. You must eat right or the other things are of much less effect. They are probably safe though. ...Read more
Can Bisoprolol fumerate help to keep your heart in rhythm even though it is to keep my heart down. I am currently in rhythm with no medication.
That your heart is in rhythm. It is not uncommon for people with atrial fibrillation (Afib) to go in and out of Afib and to have a normal rhythm at times. Bisoprolol fumerate is a beta-blocker; beta-blockers are often used
in the treatment of Afib in order to prevent the heart rate from getting too fast while in Afib. When the heart rate is too fast, enough blood does not get to vital organs. ...Read more
Beta blocker: Not sure what concor5 is (may be the manufacturer or a brand name or code from the manufacturer) but bisoprolol (also known as zebeta) is a beta blocker used to lower blood pressure or slow heart rate. On http://home. Intekom. Com/pharm/merckp/concor. Html looks like it is the brand name for bisoprolol. ...Read more
I've been prescribed Ferrous Fumarate for low hemoglobin. Is this medication unlikely to give me a allergic reaction, I'm not allergic to anything?
Very doubtful: Low, minimal incidence of side effects with this medication. ...Read more
I was put on bisoprolol and asprin for? Heart issues im now day 6 post op angiogram no blockages found do I still need to take the medication + gtn
There is more: Learned from an angiogram than just artery blockages. Your health care professional may have put you on these medications for any of a number of muscle, valve and function issues. You need to ask him/her this question since we do not have enough information about your case to be able to advise you appropriately. ...Read more
I'm taking bisoprolol 2.5 mg 3 times within 24 hr periods for svt. However my heart rate is 110bpm still when I have it checked. Is there any other medications which are better at reducing heart rate?
Antidepressant medication question I'm currently taking wellbutrin for my major depression. I'm also taking trazadone for sleeping. I want to stop taking trazadone, can't sleep anymore. I used to take quetiapine fumarate for years but after blood test,
Sleep medicine doc: You should consult with a sleep medicine doctor. There are over 80 sleep disorders. I am boarded in psychiatry and sleep medicine, so I do both. Twenty percent of people with depression also have sleep apnea, and vice versa. It sometimes takes a team. Your insomnia diagnostic work-up is incomplete unless you have already seen a sleep specialist. Sweet dreams! ...Read more
I have had a cardio version after af but am taking verapamil to stay in rythmn this slowing me at work is ther a better drug had bisoprolol previosly?
I don't like drugs as a belt and braces approach. Is it safe to take bisoprosol fumarate only if I go back into AF. Opinions of my two doctors differ.
What permanent damage can a 28 day PEP course of Tenofovir (+ Fumarate + Emtricitabine) do to one's body? Also, how effective would the said combination of drugs be in preventing HIV after 68 hours?
Damage is unlikely: It is most effective when started within 72 hours. Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea are the most likely short-term side effects. Long-term side effects are not expected. Tenofovir may strain the kidneys or liver - usually in those with kidney disease or hepatitis already - but permanent damage is rare. The risks of long-term organ damage are much more likely from the HIV virus than from this drug ...Read more