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Side Effects Of Adco Bisocor 5mg per day blood pressure treatment pink glossy tablet in blister pack with central groove

I changed my BP drugs to Adco Bisocor - a small dose of 5mg a day for marginally raised BP. The previous drugs were causing hair loss and severe weight loss, as well as loss of appetite. At first the Adco Bisocor seemed fine - I've been on it about 4 years now. The hair loss and weight loss were almost totally reversed. However, I have now once again been losing weight, some hair, and have been extremely dehydrated to the extent that my mouth is almost too dry to speak. Can this be the drug? ## Have you consulted your doctor? The active ingredient in this is Bisoprolol, which is a beta blocker and yes, it is always possible for a medication to suddenly start causing new side effects, because our bodies are always changing. However, you should check with a doctor to determine whether...

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concor 5 how does this medicine effect you

I am taking bisoprolol(concor1.25) for MVP. and eltroxin 25 mcg for hypothyroid disorder ..how long I can continue with this medicine. ## You should continue them for as long as your doctor deems them appropriate to treat your conditions. The U.S. FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, weight changes, hypotension, and hair loss. There may come a time, when your body gets used to them, so they stop working, as well, and if so, you may need a dosage adjustment, or switch to alternative medications. Is there anything else I can help with?

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Enderol vs. Bisoprolol Fumarate

What is the difference between Bisoprolol Fumarate and Enderol? Both beta-blockers, that's all I know ## I have received no replies to my question so far. I reside in Alberta and am presently taking 10 mg/dy of Bisoprolol Fumarate. I have talked to others who suggested that Enderol is an equivalent drug that might be an alternative option. Is it? ## Inderal contains the active ingredient Propranolol, so it is also a beta blocker, just as you mentioned. The equivalent dosage may be different, but they treat the same things medically. The side effect profile is also the same and can include: nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach pain. Learn more: Is the Bisoprolol working for you? Is it causing problems from side effects? If it isn't, there really wouldn't be any point in sw...

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bisop 5mg and concor 5mg

Is bisop 5mg similar to concor 5mg as I'm in Australia and concor is not available? ## Hello, Mali! How are you? Yes, they both contain the active ingredient Bisoprolol, so they are the same, just with different brand names. The U.S. FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination and hypotension. Is there anything else I can help with?

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concor side effects

Dear . Sir/Mam. Plz send us info. Regading Renitec and concor 10 mg. Side effect, you my wieves she taking medication for her high blood temperature.we needed your advice. Thank you and Best Regards, Bong and madeg ## Concor contains the active ingredient Bisoprolol. Renitec contains the active ingredient Enalapril. The side effects for them can include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and headache. Read more: Do you have any other questions? ## I'm 28 old day 1 tabelused eny sid effects

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Adco Bisocor 10 Mg

since i started taking this medication i find it very difficult to pass urine...is this normal?? ## Looks like this medication isn't manufactured in the US, but I was able to find the active ingredient to be Bisoprolol. Side effects for this drug are listed below (I believe one or more of these side effects can indirectly make it difficult to urinate): Overdose of Bisoprolol leads to fatigue, hypotension, low blood sugar, bronchospasms and bradycardia. Bronchospasms and low blood sugar because at high doses drug can be an antagonist for 2 adrenergic receptors located in lung and in liver. Bronchspasm due to blockage in lungs of 2 receptor and low blood sugar because of decreased stimulation of glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis in the liver via 2 receptor. Please post back if you ha...

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bisoprolol causing itching

I have been using Bisoprolol fumarate that is causing me serious skin rashes. Is an alternative to above available not causing such side effect?

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no get up and go

I have been on 2.5gm of bisoprolol fumaratd for 6 days hsving bad svt i feel so tierd no get up and go feel nausea sometimes too,will this get better ## Hello, Ang! How are you? Those can be normal side effects of this medication, as listed by the FDA. You may also experience dizziness, headache and increased urination. Yes, they should improve, as your body gets used to the medication and eventually go away entirely, but it may take about 4 to 5 weeks. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thank you for reply the tierdness did go but after 5 weeks my lightheaded symptoms returned ,so now on 5mg feeling tierd all over again low blood pressure too,will this go away,

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Problems on Bisoprolol or my health?

Hi, I am a 34 year old male. For the last 2-3 years I had palpitations and 1-2 episodes of Spvt (or short Atrial fibrillation lasting 10-30 seconds) per Month. (My cardiologist said that based on my symptoms). I have done Ecg, Echo, holter and a stress test. All results were fine. But, I was scared a lot by those episodes and over time, a doctor suggested me to take a low dose of some Beta blockers. I have happily accepted that... Before this, I was able to walk 1 hour every day (without any problems) and live a regular life (except playing sports since it could trigger the spvt sometimes). In January 2015, I started to take the lowest those of Nebivolol. Everything was fine for the first few weeks, but then I started to experience breathing problems, while walking, sitting, watching tv...

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rhoxal bisoprolol should it lower that fast?

started taking this pills which is 5mg's tuesday night Oct 19th...by friday morning my bp had dropped from 142 supposedly according to the doctor/heart specialist to 106 friday afternoon. That was a second reading my first was 112. The dosage is 5 mg's a day and is small and pink. I also started Ramipril at the same time.10 mg capsule a day. ## Medications affect everyone in different ways, so yes, for some people they will work faster to lower blood pressure than for others. Ramipril is an ACE inhibitor and Bisoprolol is a Beta Blocker, so they work in different ways, but both are commonly used to help control blood pressure. They share a common side effect profile, which may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and headache. Read more: Do you have any other questions? ## hel...

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Bisoprolol flecainide side effects

When in the 24 hours is the tablet at its strongest. I seem to get all the side effects listed on this discussion thread. Is there an alternative drug for mild heart failure and branch bundle block? I was on flecainide for years and it worked perfectly ## Hi i take mine about 5 p.m so most of nasty effects can take place at night,i still feel rubbish no energy or get up and go but early days yet

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can i take sandoz bisoprolol and crestor together

I taje two and a half mg bisoprozol & 10 mg of Crestor daily. ## Hello, Robert! How are you? Yes, as long as they've both been prescribed for you. As listed by the FDA, you may experience side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination and joint.muscle aches. Is there anything else I can help with?

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deralin 10 teva

Deralin 10 taken off market. Taking cardiloc 1.25 twice a day. Feel cramps on right side of chest. Is this normal? ## Hello, Hk! How are you doing? I'm sorry about the problem that you're having. The FDA lists this medication as containing the active ingredient Bisoprolol and its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, headache, dizziness, increased urination and hypotension. It may be caused by the medication, but any time you have such chest pain or spasms, you should have it checked out by your doctor to be safe. There is a chance you may be having a heart attack. Is there anything else I can help with?

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bisoprolol alternative that does not cause wheezing

I have been on bisoprolol for several months to control AFIB and hypertension. However, I do have asthma and have started wheezing and it does not go away. Metopolol did not work as well for the Afib. Is there another medication for the afib and blood pressure that would not cause the wheezing? ## Hello, Sani! How are you? Some of the other medications you can try include Carvedilol, Atenolol, Propranolol and Nadolol, however, they all risk causing the same side effects. It's really just a matter of trial and error to find which one works for you, without making you miserable. When I was going through that due to high blood pressure, it took almost a year to find the right ones for me. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increase...

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Rash caused by blood pressure meds?

I am taking Amlidopine and Bisoprolol for hypertension. I developed a rash on both ankles and a psoriasis like rash on my bottom. It is getting better after stopping bisoprolol for a week, but blood pressure is rising. what alternatives do I have? ## Hello, Aubrie! How are you? I'm sorry about the problem you're having. There are many other options available for treating high blood pressure, including some in the same drug class, which as listed by the FDA is beta blockers, such as Metoprolol, Propranolol, Atenolol Nebivolol. Typical side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain, increased urination and hypotension. Have you discussed the problem with your doctor? They should be able to prescribe an alternative to replace it. ## I have t...

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bisoprolol hctz 10 6 25 mg

Is this drug going to be discontinued? ## Hello, Carma! How are you? Not that I'm aware of and several searches haven't turned up anything say that it is going to be discontinued. Did you someone tell you that it was? This medication is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and the FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain, dehydration, increased urination and hypotension. Has anyone else heard anything about this?

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Bisoprolol VS Perindropil

I'm currently taking Bisoprolol 5 MG Morning. amlodipine 5 Mg morning. Hydrochlorothiazide 6.5 Mg Morning followed by amlodipine 5 Mg bed time dose. My HIGH BP is under control 110/70-130/80. I'm taking this combo for 8 years.I have tried Losartan previously without effect.My BP was 140/90-180/110 b4 medication. I am hypertensive & weigh 90Kg since I was 17 years old.Started medicine only at age 31-32. I was born big frame guy(5.25 KG birth weight-cesarean baby.Mom Had pre-natal HIGH BP). Get short breath when climb/walk slanted surface. Can walk on plain suface for hours. I'm experiencing side effects like shortness of breath, feeling of suffocation(loss of oxygen) sometimes,sleeplessness,too much urinating(I drink 3-5 liters of water daily since 25 years even b4 BP), F...

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bisopr hctz 10 6 25

Just trying to find out what this drug is since the other two I put in is also a blood pressure. That will make me taking 3 blood pressure at one time. ## Hello, Jeanette! How are you? This is Bisoprolol with Hydrochlorothiazide and yes, it is used to help treat high blood pressure. Its side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain, increase urination and dehydration. It is common to prescribe multiple blood pressure medications, if someone's blood pressure is resistant to others. As long as they are all in different medication classes, there is usually no problem and one or more can be removed later, after your blood pressure levels improve. How high has your blood pressure been?

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Cardiloc 5mg Uses

Active Ingredient: Bisoprolol fumarate 5mg ## This is a drug used to help lower blood pressure. ## Can Cardiloc cause muscle cramps? ## My doctor has given me cardioloc to take with cadex 2mg. Is it ok to take them together? I have a faster heartbeat.

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bisoprol fum 5mg side effects

what are the side effects to bisoprol fum 5 mg ## Bisoprolol is a beta blocker that is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and other cardiac conditions. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and stomach pain. Read more: Are there any comments or questions? ## DOES THSI MED COME IN GENERIC OR IS THIS GENERIC? ## I am experiencing dry mouth with this drug, is it a known side effect? ## i also am getting dry mouth. is this common.

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