Hello e011776 , greetings from healthcaremagic.com
I am Dr Sourav Chakraborty and i have gone through your case scenario and it is inadequate for me to come to a conclusion but i will try to throw some light on your querry. Beta-blocker
drugs / the details of the drug you mentioned is primarily used in cardiac remodellling and in hypetensive individuals with high resting heart rate. Adverse drug reactions associated with the use of beta blockers are nausea, diarrhea, chest tightness
, breathlesness, cold extremities, , bradycardia
, heart failure
, heart block, fatigue, dizziness, hair loss, abnormal vision, insomnia, sexual dysfunction/loss of libido and alteration of glucose and lipid metabolism
is seen in some patients. You havenot explained in details about your stomach ache , which is both notorious for mimicking heart pain or masking the same , so i advise you to get a resting ECG and an echocardiogram
for your heart . Stopping your beta-blocker drug with out doctor's consultation does increase the risk of an attack if you are already symptomatic . Please seek an appointment with a cardiologist at the earliest. Hope i have been able to help you with your doubts and please do forgive me for grammatical errors , if any. Take care.