Please follow the suggestion below.
If your heart rates were between 90/100 and got stabilized when started the 7.5 mg dose of nebivolol
, then, I'd suggest to wait for 1 week. During this time, you can measure your heart rates and blood pressure. Please record for future reference (can pass them to me too).
The aim is to get your heart rate stabilized with the dose of 7.5 mg. If it is ok, then, no need to increase the dose.
If after 1 week, your heart rate is still not stabilized (still higher), then, can increase the dose to 10 mg. After such dose, you should continue monitor your blood pressure and heart rate and record the results.
Please bare in mind that in such high doses (the maximal doses), there is a risk of having low heart rates (bradychardia) and hypotension
clinically shown with fainting
or blurred eyes or black-outs. That's why I do not recommend to increase your actual dose to 10 mg without consulting a cardiologist first.
Hope it answered to your query!
Feel free to ask me other questions you might have!