Pregabalin calcium channel drug. Will it affect my blood vessels. Vaso constrict dilate. Blood pressure heart rate?

Nerves only. Pregabalin affects the calcium channels in nerves and not blood vessels and shouldn't have any significant effect on BP or heart action.
Pregabalin effects. It really should not affect your blood pressure. Pregabalin should also not affect your pulse.

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How is a calcium blocker different from a beta blocker...And does it help with blood pressure and heart rate?

BP meds. Both types lower blood pressure. B-blockers also lower heart rate. Some calcium channel blockers also lower heart rate depending on the type and in different degrees. There are indication for both, talk to your doctor for proper explanations. Read more...

63 yr old male with CAD and heart disease. Can't get heart rate out of 80's on treadmill or recumbent bike. Do not take any blood pressure drugs.

exercise HR. If you are not on a beta-blocker or calcium channel blocker, then there may be a problem with your heart's own pacemaker. The inability for your heart rate to respond appropriately to exercise is called chronotropic incompetance, and is sometimes treated with a pacemaker. Talk to your doc. Read more...
CAD. As long as you don't have any symptoms like dizziness, loss of consciousness, you don't have to worry about the heart rate. Resting heart rate more than 50 is acceptable. Some athletic persons has slower heartrate. If this low heart rate is something new, you should see your doc asap. Read more...

Is there any drug that selectively increases cerebral blood flow but does not effect systemic blood pressure or heart rate?

Unlikely. I am not aware of such a drug. I am not sure why you might want this . There is not a specific way to do this and many drugs are able to cross the blood brain barrier. See your doctor if you have any symptoms you cannot complain. Read more...