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Feeling jittery. Taking Ramipril and Metorolol. Had aortic valve replaced. Is it due to dehydration?

i'm taking Ramipril and Metorolol have had an aortic valve replaced along with a triple by pass, not over weight, don't smoke, drink wine once in awhile, am very active out in the yard, along with tennis, and golf, but now and again I feel jittery or out of sorts, don't know what that's from?? Is it dehydration, to much or not enough potassium, or something I should not be eating?/
Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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Hi friend,
Welcome to Health Care Magic

Ramipril may retain potassium, not the other way...Electrolytes need to be checked...
No significant issue is likely in view of your excellent effort tolerance...
Arrhythmia or anxiety may have a role...
Get yourself examined / have an EKG and basic blood tests..

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
Answered: Thu, 2 May 2013
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