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Is It Safe To Take Beta Blockers For Pv Cs If Alsi Have Asthma
Maybe not: B-blockers result in bronchconstriction, meaning the airways tend to close whereas b-agonists tend to bronchodilate, or open the airways. So, b-blockers may result in airway closure leading to acute asthma symptoms. (note: even b-blocker eye drops can have this effect!) some b-blockers do this to a lesser extent than others so check with your doctor first. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I take Bystolic (nebivolol) 2.5 mg for SVT. Recently, I have learned that beta blockers can cause cardiac arrest. Is it worth the risk for a benign condition?
If you have Gilberts Syndrome is it safe to take H2 Blockers for example,Zantac (ranitidine) or Betablockers,Propranolol,Bisoprolol (Zebeta) or even Acetaminophen?
Should be ok: Discuss with your primary physician, but the medications listed should be ok. Gilbert syndrome is very rarely problematic. It is advisable to avoid some medications that displace bilirubin in the blood, such as sulfa drugs, salicylates, furosemide, ampicillin, and ceftriaxone (can acutely increase free bilirubin levels). Note: if Zantac (ranitidine) is for dust allergy, better options are available. ...Read more
Is it okay to take Concerta for someone who has MVP? And is it also safe to take it with beta blockers like bisprolol or propronolol?
What's to be expected? Might ventolin work at all if you have an asthma attack whilst taking beta blockers?
Less so: Ventolin may still work but would likely be less effective. It is also important to choose a cardio-selective beta blocker if there is no other alternative. One study showed that taking a cardio-selective beta blocker reduced the fev-1 (the one-second airflow which is reduced in airway obstruction) by about 7% but made the lung more responsive to bronchodilators . Avoid beta blocker if possible. ...Read more
Is it safe to take verapamil if you have sinus tachycardia, pvcs and pacs ? I would be taking it for migraines and chronic subjective dizziness.
Yes: It can be useful in treating the other conditions you outlined as well. ...Read more
Is sinus tachycardia and pvcs dangerous? Echo/holter/blood/thyroid tests were ok. Dr wanted to give beta blocker but i don't want to take medication.
Yes it can be danger: At age of 23 this rhythm problem could be dangerous and have to have an underlying cause.There may be irritability of the myocardium to cause pvcs and tachycardia you need to follow the treatment adviced by your doctors to take beta blockers and need to follow up for your rhythm.Also cut down on coffee and do not take any over the counter meds without consulting your doctors, as that can cause it. ...Read more
Im a 19 yr old on bisoprolol for a suspected heart arrhythmia but all they can find during tests is sinus tachy Is it essential to take a beta blocker?
Depends: Usually not required for physiologic ST, unless episodes are prolonged or occur often, because the rapid heartbeat does not allow enough time for the heart to fill before it contracts, so blood flow to the rest of the body is compromised. Underlying causes are treated if present (WPW - medications or ablation may be needed to control PSVT. Try: Cut down coffee, alcohol, quit smoking, get more rest ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can beta blocker be taken for prinzmetals angina if an alpha blocker is added, so there isnt any vasospasm potential? Want off my CCB (side effects)
Is a cardioselective beta blocker safe for someone with mild asthma? It is to treat pots when standing.
Maybe: It's highly individualized and depends on the severity of your asthma and dose of the drug being used. Some people will tolerate it and some won't. Even those who do may have a worsening of their asthma following a respiratory infection months or years hence. You can always try it, stop it if necessary, and use a bronchodilator till back to baseline. ...Read more
Anxiety: Should not be a problem, but need to be careful with the other meds if taking all at one time. ...Read more
Hi is it ok to have nabistart(beta blocker) for BP & tinnex(calcium blocker) for tinnitus at the same time. help?
Can i take a beta blocker as needed for palpitations? If so, which one is better? Metoprolol or bisoprolol?
Beta blocker: the best source for this answer is from your prescribing doctor. To answer in the best way for you, knowing all your medical data is preferable ...Read more
Why they say that it is dangerous to take beta blockers only and before alpha blockers in pheochromocytoma treatment? Is really life-threatening?
Yes, dangerous: Hi. Non-selective beta-blockers (e.g., propranolol) block beta-2 receptors, which mediate arterial relaxation. Pheos secrete epi and norepi, which activate alpha-1 and beta receptors. If you block vasodilatory beta-2's, then the arteries will see unopposed alpha-1 stimulation, which can cause a hypertensive crisis and stroke, death, etc. Block alpha-1 receptors first! ...Read more
Have pots with hypertension, severe cfs. Which would be best safest beta blocker to try? Currently on losartan potassium 100mg but still tachycardia
Can i take regular 24 hr zyrtec (cetirizine) for my allergies? Does it cause and cardiac effect? Is it safe for heart patients?
Doc prescribed vincamine (oxybral) for sinusitis and it shouldn't be used for people having arrhythmia or potasium defiency, I have skipped beats don't know if potasium should I take it and take Mvit?
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