Bystolic

What is Bystolic?

Bystolic is the the trade name of beta one selective blocker which is used in the treatment of hypertension . However it should be used with caution in patients with asthma, heart failure, diabetes and hypothyroidism.

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I took 2 mg of Bystolic for about a week, for high blood pressure, and had a heart rate of 50 beats/min. I couldn't deal with the severe fatigue...

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Bystolic is a beta-blocker and known to...

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So my doc informed me that he is going to put me on 2.5 mg daily of bystolic because we just learned that i have svt and they think it will help....

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I was originally on 60 mg of metopropol for high bp...but my metabolic rate is so slowed that I have increasingly been putting on weight for over...

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Hi,
I read your concern and would like to say that yes you can switch safely to bystolic, because both drugs are betablockers.
I recommend during...

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