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I experience, Bradycardia, Low Heart Rate between 48-51, have been

I experience, Bradycardia, Low Heart Rate between 48-51, have been on Bystolic for a while, now my LPN recommended to go off and see if that raises BPM.
They did an EKG today and noticed no electrical issues.
What is next step, if going off Bystolic, does not raise BPM?
Tue, 30 Oct 2018
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