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Does coreg (carvedilol) cause nausea in elderly patients?

Does coreg (carvedilol) cause nausea in elderly patients?

Not usually: The literature will report a small amount of nausea and vomiting, but when you take a look, you see that patients taking placebo experienced the same and sometimes even higher rates of nausea and vomiting. That doesn’t mean that if you are noticing someone who is taking the drug vomit every that it is not due to the drug - it might be. However, the drug is not normally noted to cause stomach upset ...Read more

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Dr. Gregory Moneta
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Coreg (Definition)

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Puede el carvedilol o ramipril producir diverticulitis?

Puede el carvedilol o ramipril producir diverticulitis?

No: Estos medicamentos no lo hará. Estos medicamentos son para la hipertensión. Diverticulitis es una enfermedad intestinal. Sentirse mejor. ...Read more

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What is a good way for me to wean off coreg (carvedilol)?

What is a good way for me to wean off coreg (carvedilol)?

Carvedilol: The best way is to talk to your doctor and follow the doctor's advice regarding the drug. If you're thinking of stopping the drug without the doctor's knowledge or supervision, that isn't a 'good' way and could cause you serious problems. ...Read more

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How can I wean off carvedilol 3.125mg (2 tabs twice daily)?

How can I wean off carvedilol 3.125mg (2 tabs twice daily)?

Wean: First discuss with your doctor to be sure it is ok. Then ask the doc how to wean off the drug if it's the right thing to do. ...Read more

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How effective is carvedilol (Coreg) for treating hypertension?

How effective is carvedilol (Coreg) for treating hypertension?

Helpful: It's a good drug, but has it's limits. Many people with hypertension need more than one drug, sometimes even 3 or 4. Carvedilol is effective but not a miracle drug. ...Read more

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What are the drug interactions between Breo and Coreg (carvedilol)?

Potential: Breo has a long acting beta agonist to dilate your airways. Coreg (carvedilol) is a beta blocker which tends to act against the bronchodilator. With asthma , a cardioselective beta blocker is preferred if absolutely needed . In general, it is better to avoid using a beta blocker unless there is no better substitute. ...Read more

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How long for coreg-3.125mg and isosorbide mn er-15mg to clear your system?

See below: Isosorbide will clear system within 24 to 48 hours. However for Coreg (carvedilol) you'll see a gradual improvement over a few days after cessation. Complete clearing of the effects of it in about two weeks. ...Read more

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I'm on carvedilol for b/p. Can it cause bloating continually . Thanks dottie ?

I'm on carvedilol for b/p. Can it cause bloating continually . Thanks dottie ?

Not a common: Side effect but possible...Talk to your prescribing physician. ...Read more

Dr. Abraham Jaskiel
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Carvedilol (Definition)

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Dr. Stephen Noga
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Nausea (Definition)

Nausea is the sensation of having ...Read more