Bisoprolol Alternative

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seadog Says:


I'm a 71-year-old male:

Cardiloc 2.5 (bisoprolol) seems to work fine - but makes me feel very very cold. Is there an alternative?



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Verwon Says:

For Hypertension or cardiac conditions, there are actually many other medications that are available for you to try.

I had a similar problem with the beta blocker class of medications that Bisoprolol is in.

The one I am currently using that hasn't caused me any serious problems is Labetalol, so you may want to see if it's available there for you to try.

Learn more Labetalol details here.

Learn more blood pressure details here.

If it's not available, just let them know the problem you are having with it and tell them you'd like to switch to a different medication.

Are there any other questions or comments?

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seadog Says:

Many thanks.

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goldiwonder Says:

I have recently been given warfarin digoxin and bisololol for high pulse rate. This has now normalised but am feeling very very tired and I am getting breathless when walking. I had no breathlessness prior to taking bisololol.I am taking 5mg twice a day. I have read various other readers accounts to the fact that it causes these side effects. Please can you suggest a safe alternative?

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Francis Says:

I need an over-the-counter alternative or substitute for Bisoprolol, as I have run out and am away from my doctor for a repeat prescription.

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