Bystolic Reviews


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Ginny Says:

I was put on Bystolic six days ago. My doctor removed me from Inderal (Propanalol) after being on that drug for 27 years. The reason she gave me is I have had bronchitis and she said Inderal accentuates the problems with asthma or bronchitis. Now, I have had bronchitis in years past and my former doctor never took me off of the drug. I now see that Bystolic is also contradictory to anyone with bronchitis and asthma problems. I have had bronchitis once this year so I don't understand the need to change. The side effects of the Bystolic have been awful, cold hands, shaky, exhausted. I wonder if this could be the withdrawal from the Inderal or the side effects? I called her associate doctor yesterday to tell him I was very uncomfortable with this and he said it couldn't be withdrawl or side effects. He stated this is the Rolls Royce of BP drugs. Tomorrow I am telling her that I am not going to take this one more day and would like to return to my Inderal, despite her statements about the bronchial problems which I am sure are a problem but I do not want to feel this way again. Any comments would be helpful. Thank you.

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