Blood pressure 85/55. Pulse 58. On bystolic (nebivolol) for high blood pressure. 10 mg. I feel fine! Should I go to er?

No. If no symptoms would check the BP again and keep a log. I would also take my home blood pressure cuff to my dr and make sure its accurate and im using it right. Dont stop the medication without talking to your dr.

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