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What medicines should not be mixed with bisoprolol?

What medicines should not be mixed with bisoprolol?

Beta blockers: Bisoprolol is a beta blocker blood pressure medication. It shouldn't be taken with other meds in the same class, like atenolol or metoprolol. It should used with caution with calcium channel blockers like verapamil or Diltiazem as they can also slow the heart rate, but that is sometimes desired. Bisoprolol is often given in combination with hctz or hydrochlorothiazide so be careful with diuretics. ...Read more

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What will happen if someone without a heart condition was to take the drug bisoprolol?

What will happen if someone without a heart condition was to take the drug bisoprolol?

Can treat high BP: Bisoprolol is also used to treat high blood pressure and is safe in the appropriate patient. You do not necessarily have to have another heart condition to take it. ...Read more

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What medicines can't be mixed with bisoprolol?

Beta blockers: Bisoprolol is a beta blocker blood pressure medication. It shouldn't be taken with other meds in the same class, like atenolol or metoprolol. It should used with caution with calcium channel blockers like verapamil or Diltiazem as they can also slow the heart rate, but that is sometimes desired. Bisoprolol is often given in combination with hctz or hydrochlorothiazide so be careful with diuretics. ...Read more

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What medicines should not be taken with bisoprolol?

What medicines should not be taken with bisoprolol?

Beta blockers: Bisoprolol is a beta blocker blood pressure medication. It shouldn't be taken with other meds in the same class, like atenolol or metoprolol. It should used with caution with calcium channel blockers like verapamil or Diltiazem as they can also slow the heart rate, but that is sometimes desired. Bisoprolol is often given in combination with hctz or hydrochlorothiazide so be careful with diuretics. ...Read more

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Is bisoprolol a good medicine to treat migraine?

Not used for that: While beta blockers have been tried for migraine prevention, bisoprolol is not one that is typically used. ...Read more

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Prescribed bisoprolol 1.25mg what's my chances of allergic reaction to this drug?

Prescribed bisoprolol 1.25mg what's my chances of allergic reaction to this drug?

Drug allergies: The chance of having a drug reaction to this class of medications is really low in the general population. Certain antibiotics and biologic medications that have large structure are more allergenic, meaning the chances of getting allergy are higher. ...Read more

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Diag Angina, lost erectile function and sexual excitment no prev probs this area I feel related to drugs nicorandil bisoprolol fumarate simvastin?

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

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Is these medicines effect diabetes in any way? (bisoprolol, furosemide, dronedaone, diován, spironolactone)

Is these medicines effect diabetes in any way? (bisoprolol, furosemide, dronedaone, diován, spironolactone)

Diabetes and meds: Adding spironolactone to a regimen that includes maximal ace inhibition improves renoprotection (r) in patients with diabetic nephropathy. Diovan (valsartan) is also an r agent as it lowers both blood pressure and protein in the urine of patients with diabetes. The other drugs have no r protect effect in diabetes, other than lowering blood pressure. Speak to your physician for more information in your case. ...Read more

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Hi, hv anxiety and high bp. medicines prazopress &bisoprolol 2.5 & for anxiety paroxetine & desvenlafaxine does ths drugs induced diabetes as m tst+?

Hi, hv anxiety and high bp. medicines prazopress &bisoprolol 2.5 & for anxiety paroxetine & desvenlafaxine does ths drugs induced diabetes as m tst+?

Drugs: Your anxiety is troubling and I recommend you get a referral to a Psychologist.

Regarding all the meds you are taking you need to discuss what you do or don't really need or get benefit from.

I doubt these drugs cause diabetes but hopefully your life will change for the better if you follow the advice I have given.

Nothing comes easy or quickly but help is on the way. ...Read more

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Tachycardia and high blood pressure, taking bisoprolol 5 mg daily. Feeling very well. Do I need to check if I can stop this medicine or decrease dose.

Tachycardia and high blood pressure, taking bisoprolol 5 mg daily.
Feeling very well.
Do I need to check if I can stop this medicine or decrease dose.

Need to check.: Feeling good on that medication is a great first step, and seeing that it's working is a great second step. But to come off of it or at least reduce the dose requires proper monitoring to be sure that your BP and HR don't spike up. Coordinate this with your local doctor; don't stop that medication independent of your doctor's supervision. ...Read more

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What over-the-counter medicine to avoid when taking ziac (bisoprolol and hydrocholorthiazide) for high blood pressure?

What over-the-counter medicine to avoid when taking ziac (bisoprolol and hydrocholorthiazide) for high blood pressure?

NSAIDs : Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are generally not recommended with high blood pressure or kidney failure. Also, decongestants can cause elevation of high blood pressure so they should also be used with caution. ...Read more

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Is bisoprolol advisable in treatmentof palpitations, high puls due to Neurosis?other heart conditions excluded. R there better medicine in that case?

Is bisoprolol advisable in treatmentof palpitations, high puls due to Neurosis?other heart conditions excluded. R there better medicine in that case?

Beta blocker: Will reduce palpitations, assuming that you don't have any other underlying heart issues. Anti anxiety medication can also be quite beneficial in these cases. ...Read more

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Can I take bisoprolol forever?

Can I take bisoprolol forever?

Yes: It doesn't wear off. There is no accumulation. Long term use does not increase the risk of adverse reactions. ...Read more

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Does bisoprolol work for anxiety?

Does bisoprolol work for anxiety?

Bisoprolol: It is used for treatment of hypertension. It was not well tested for anxiety treatment. It was shown that bisoprolol could cause anxiety as a central nervous system's side effect. ...Read more

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Is it safe to stop taking bisoprolol?

Bisoprolol: That question needs to be asked of your doctor. We don't know anything about you. ...Read more

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Does bisoprolol 1.25mg stop vasodilation?

Bisoprolol: Bisoprolol 1.25 mg is a very tiny dose to show any significant clinical effects. ...Read more

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What is the beta-blocker (bisoprolol) used for?

BP control: Beta blocker is a class of meds that is used for BP control, anti ischemia, and anti arrhythmia. ...Read more

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Why might a patient not be able to have bisoprolol (b-blocker)?

Heart rate: It could be secondary to a low heart rate, a conduction deffect, or low blood pressure. These are all variables that affected by bblockers ...Read more

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Side effects of bisoprolol?

Side effects of bisoprolol?

Some side effects: Headache and nausea are some side effects I have seen in my patient. Of course if the dose is too much for you it can cause low BP and very low heart rate. ...Read more

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How effective is bisoprolol (Zebeta) for treating hypertension?

Beta-blocker: Bisoprolol is a medication in the beta-blocker class of blood pressure lowering drugs. In addition to treating hypertension, beta-blockers are also used to slow down a racing heart eg atrial fibrillation, paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia, etc. Beta-blockers are especially important for those with heart failure and/or have had a heart attack. Check out http://www.drugs.com/bisoprolol.html ...Read more

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Help please! Could bisoprolol cause panic attacks?

Help please! Could bisoprolol cause panic attacks?

Bisoprolol has side: Effects that can seem like a panic attack. Stress over ses and/or condition being treated may trigger panic attack. Serious side effects require medical attention: slow, fast, or pounding heartbeats; chest pain, feeling like you might pass out; confusion, hallucinations; short of breath, even w/ mild exertion; numbness/tingling, or cold feeling in hands and feet. Seek help. Best regards for relief. ...Read more

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Can I take a bisoprolol with klonopin (clonazepam)?

Can I take a bisoprolol with klonopin (clonazepam)?

You can, BUT: There may be additive, blood pressure-reducing effects when taking both these medications. Until you learn how the combination affects you, be cautious when getting up from a laying or sitting position. Report any symptoms like dizziness, lightheadedness, fainting, or tachycardia to your physician -- who should also be checking orthostatic blood pressures with you. ...Read more

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Zebeta (Definition)

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