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Bystolic 10 Mg
I've been taking Adderall for 10 years (30 mg 2xday). What are the long-term effects of central nervous system stimulants? #nqlu I'm 57 & in addition to adderall, take Zoloft (50 mg), Armour Thyroid (90 mg), bystolic (10 mg), and tamoxifen (20 mg).
Usually not many: Some doctors recommend having "holidays" from stimulants, for times when not having the best concentration and focus might not matter as much - like weekends, vacations etc. There is little or no evidence that long-term medicinal stimulants taken as prescribed cause any significant damage to the cns, although sleep disturbance/anxiety and hopelessness (depression) may be related. Talk to your doc.See 1 more doctor answer
It isn't scored.: I can't find anything on any sites about ability to cut the pill. However it does come in a 5mg strength. Sometimes when pills are not scored - they aren't meant to be broken. Hopefully, another physician on healthtap can provide you a more definitive answer than mine. Take care.
Yes: Absolutely and it will go twice as far provided that 5mg qd is the right dose for you. The other question is whether you are reducing it on your own or this directed by your physician? Please don't reduce on your own unless you've discussed with your md.
On bystolic (nebivolol) 10 mg for blood press. Works great for about 12 hours then b/p shoots up. Is their an extended release? Can I take it twice?
Check with doctor: Don't change your medication unless your provider reviews and approves. There are medication "cousins" of bystolic (nebivolol) that are extended release. At age 18, why you have high blood pressure should be looked at closely and what happens at the end of the 12 hours to have it jump. What is your lifestyle? . Weight, nutrition, salt intake and more...
On bystolic (nebivolol) 10 mg for blood press. B/p got to 100/45 today and pulse- 72. Is this too low? Should I still take it or skip it?
Symptoms?: If no symptoms such as lightheartedness or dizziness then it's ok. If you are having symptoms then cut in half & let your doctor know.
On bystolic (nebivolol) 10 mg&i noticed when I take it I feel very weird & don't feel like myself. Blood pressure is always normal though. What do I do?
Not right for you?: Bystolic (nebivolol) may not be the right blood pressure medication for you. Any side effect is theoretically possible for any medication given the variability of human physiology. Beta blockers, of which bystolic (nebivolol) is an example, sometimes have "odd" side effects in some patients. Sometimes the effects resolve by themselves with continued use, but sometimes they don't. Talk to your doctor for options.See 1 more doctor answer
I'm on bystolic (nebivolol) 10 mg. And have been on beta blockers the last three years. I missed my dose today. If I don't have it at all today will anything negative occur?
Half-life: Bystolic (nebivolol) has a half-life of up to 19 hours. At that time 1/2 of the amount in your body will have been eliminated. If you have been taking beta blockers for 3 years, it is a good likelihood that missing one day should not present any problems. Don't let this happen too often however.
Just got off propranolol 60 mg ER & got on bystolic (nebivolol) 10 mg. Now doc wants me back on propranolol. Can I just stop bystolic (nebivolol) & go right back on propranol?
Yes: If your doctor is monitoring you...It should be ok......
I'm on bystolic (nebivolol) 10 mg. To treat my high blood pressure. I've noticed my pulse is staying in the low 50s. And b/p 100/55. Is this ok?
See your doctor soon: Sounds like you may be on too high a dose of medication or something else is going on. Get in to see your doctor as soon as you can. Bring your blood pressure cuff readings and the cuff itself to check against the reading in the doctor's office. If you're having chest pain or pressure or if you're having difficulty breathing, get to the emergency room.
I'm on bystolic (nebivolol). 10 mg for high blood press. I'm getting a CT scan today. Can I take my medicine right before scan?
Yes! Take Bystolic (nebivolol).: Take all routine medications before a ct scan. There is only one exception. If you are having a contrast ct and you are taking metformin, you need to stop the medication before the exam. Do not restart until your renal function is shown to be normal by blood test creatinine.
I'm on bystolic (nebivolol) 10 mg. To treat my high blood pressure & high pulse rate. I've noticed my pulse is staying in the low 50s. And b/p 100/55. Is this ok?
17 year old with high blood pressure and high heart rate. Was put on the beta blocker bystolic (nebivolol) 10 mg. Is this a good choice?
Yes: Bystolic, (nebivolol) a vasodilating beta-blocker seems a good choice for this patient given its ability to lower BP and heart rate coupled w added efficacy and fewer side-effects when allowing for its nitrous oxide vasodilating properties. While essential hypertension remains most likely, a search for secondary hypertension is worthwhile in such a young patient (centering on assessment of renal arteries.See 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Yes, use as prescribed.Get a more detailed answer ›
Bp 160/90 md started bystolic (nebivolol) 5mg benzapril 10 mg BP 117/74 hr 64 constant cramps diarreah/costipation help!
Wow: This bowel symptoms all occurred after you started the meds?
How much of an effect does Bystolic 5mg have on my BP? E.g. does it lower it by 5 or 10 or 15 points for systolic/diastolic on average?
Bystolic: 5 to 10mmHg lowered would be usual
I'm on bystolic, 5 MG. Ran out and didn't take a dose tonight. Will I be OK until morning for refill?
Yes: It can stay in your system for the extra hours, take a tablet once you get the refill, and resume your regular schedule at night, best wishes
Most: Bystolic (nebivolol) doen't have significant interaction with other meds, but because it lowers blood pressure, caution must be taken with other blood pressure medications to make sure blood pressure is not lowered too much. Because it is a beta blocker and can lower heart rate, use with caution with other meds that may slow the heart rate, such as diltiazem or verapamil.
Beta Blocker: There are many beta blockers available, you need to speak to the prescribing physician.