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What is the definition or description of: Carvedilol allergy?

What is the definition or description of: Carvedilol allergy?

Serious reaction to: In general allergic reaction can be very serious and in some cases life threatening to a drug (such as carvedalol). In general Avoid the drug if there is any sign of allergy (inflammation, swelling, low BP, slow or very fast heart rate and e.t.c.). please Read about drug sensitivity and allergy for carveralol on line ...Read more

Dr. John Chiu
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Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more


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Coreg (carvedilol) and lisinopril for htn. Last 6 weeks wheezing, fatigue, short breath during running w/o cough. Inhaler does not help. Rest resolves. Allergies?

Coreg (carvedilol) and lisinopril for htn. Last 6 weeks wheezing, fatigue, short breath during running w/o cough. Inhaler does not help. Rest resolves. Allergies?

See provider: I am concerned that your cardiovascular disease may be getting worse, or that you may have asthma or COPD that requires more than one inhaler. Please see your healthcare provider. ...Read more

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Lst 1.6yr m takin medicine 4 BP whch is moxodinine 0.2mg 1-0-1 & losartan 50mg 0-0-1 bt my BP stl 160-100 frm 2wks dr incld carvedilol - no effect?

Lst 1.6yr m takin medicine 4 BP whch is moxodinine 0.2mg 1-0-1 & losartan 50mg 0-0-1 bt my BP stl 160-100 frm 2wks dr incld carvedilol - no effect?

High Blood pressure: You are on 5 different blood pressure medicines (m) that do not control your bp. You did not mention the doses of the m's you are taking. Speak to your physician and ask if you are on all the maximum doses of them. If you are, you may have secondary high BP (s) caused by factors such as a renal artery stenosis or an excess of aldosterone, among others. You are only 30 years old and you may have s. ...Read more

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Are there traditional chinese medicine (s) to replace amlodopine or atorvastatin or coreg (carvedilol)?

Bad idea: While I believe in alternative medicine, stopping regular meds may put you at significant risk of high BP and its complications. Check with your doctor. ...Read more

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

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

See below: Potential for coreg to cause airway constriction. This is what is taught. However, it seems in practice, this is a much different story. I'm sure some people have had issues like this, but in my practice, I've rarely if ever, seen any problems. ...Read more

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Is coreg (carvedilol) the drug of choice for high blood pressure in a person having kidney disease?

Is coreg (carvedilol) the drug of choice for high blood pressure in a person having kidney disease?

No: Although is a good BP agent for a patient with hypertension and/or heart disease, it would not be the best choice for someone who has kidney disease. A patient with kidney disease should be getting a medicine called an ace inhibitor like Lisinopril or an arb agent like Cozaar or diovan (valsartan). These agents help protect your kidneys from getting worse. ...Read more

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Is it blood pressure or the medicine that is causing excessive amounts of fluid on my legs? Currently taking carvedilol, clonidine, and furosemide.

Could be: There are some blood pressure medicines like amlodipine that can cause leg swelling. The three you listed from my experience shouldn't do that. There's probably some other process that's causing that. ...Read more

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Is it blood pressure or the medicine that is causing excessive amounts of fluid on my legs? Currently taking carvedilol, clonidine, and furosemide.

Is it blood pressure or the medicine that is causing excessive amounts of fluid on my legs? Currently taking carvedilol, clonidine, and furosemide.

Both: The fluid may be a side effect of your heart working too hard to pump blood, which is hypertension, and the carvediol can also cause some swelling because it lowers your BP by dilating your arteries. The Furosemide is to help get rid of the fluid, no matter what the cause, so talk to your doctor, you may need a different dose. ...Read more

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I take losartan, coreg, (carvedilol) hydralozine, clonidine, amlodipine for HBP& thyroxine for under active thyroid. Which drug could effect the affect cialis?

I take losartan, coreg, (carvedilol) hydralozine, clonidine, amlodipine for HBP& thyroxine for under active thyroid. Which drug could effect the affect cialis?

Symptoms?: Hi. Are you getting low blood pressure and/or dizziness when you take Cialis with your blood pressure drug regimen? I would think the hydrazine and the clonidine would be the most likely offenders based on mechanism of action. Generally losartan, Coreg, (carvedilol) and amlodipine are well tolerated with the Cialis family of drugs. But that's quite a BP combo; take my prediction with a grain of salt! Good luck ...Read more

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My mother has cancer, she was fine, had a heart condition, the doctor prescribed CARVEDILOL and since then has a horrible upset stomach. Drug is the cause

My mother has cancer, she was fine, had a heart condition, the doctor prescribed CARVEDILOL and since then has a horrible upset stomach. Drug is the cause

The Word Cancer: I am sorry but your question is missing any specific information on which to build a valid answer. Please clarify specifically what your mother has, where it is and what the state of her medications and health are. ...Read more

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Out of clonidine, hydralozine, amalodipine, coreg (carvedilol) and losartan. Which is the high blood pressure drug would most likely cause erectile dysfunction?

Out of clonidine, hydralozine, amalodipine, coreg (carvedilol) and losartan. Which is the high blood pressure drug would most likely cause erectile dysfunction?

Of the drugs listed: clonidine is the only one commonly associated with ED unless diuretics are involved. However, other factors may play a role: uncontrolled BP, elevated lipid levels (cholesterol, LDL, triglycerides), emotional factors, insulin resistance/diabetes. The dose of drug is important factor: higher doses may cause problems whereas lower doses do not. Some supplements may also be involved. ...Read more

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Can carvedilol to produce diverticulitis?

Can carvedilol to produce diverticulitis?

NO: Coreg (carvedilol) ca cause nausea and GI upset, but does not cause diverticulitis.
Diverticula are "out pouchings" of the lining of the GI tract, most commonly found in the colon. When one of these "out pouchings" becomes infected, then it is diverticulitis. ...Read more

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I'm just wondering does coreg (carvedilol) have histamine in it?

I'm just wondering does coreg (carvedilol) have histamine in it?

Beta Blockers: Nope. Coreg (carvedilol) is a beta blocker which means it interacts with the beta adrenergic receptors to avoid its given function. Coreg (carvedilol) is able to block b1, b2 and alpha 1 receptors being and for this it is considered non-selective beta blocker.

The adrenergic receptors are a class of G protein-coupled receptors that are targets of the catecholamines, especially norepinephrine and epinephrine

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What is it in coreg (carvedilol) 12.5mg that may cause erectile disfunction?

Coreg (carvedilol): Lowers blood pressure and the neurological effects of the beta blockade may contribute. ...Read more

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Is carvedilol a generic of xanax (alprazolam)?

Carvedilol: Nope. Coreg (carvedilol) is a beta blocker, not a Benzo. ...Read more

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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

Dr. Brad Goldenberg
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Coreg (Definition)

Coreg is an alpha/beta blocker which is a kind of rhythm ...Read more


Dr. Qamar Khan
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Carvedilol (Definition)

Carvedilol is a beta blocker which is a kind of rhythm ...Read more