Concor 5mg Side Effects

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Sandra H Says:

Been taking Concor 5mg, 2.5mg am and 2.5 mg pm for 6 months. The first 5 months Concor kept me from having breakthrough atrial fib episodes. Now I am having them frequently and the Concor is not able to control the. I do have bradycardia but not high blood pressure. I am an expatriate US living in Cyprus and don't have anyone to ask. I have episodes frequently. what to do?

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Verwon Says:

Do you have a doctor you are seeing for this?

Concor contains the active ingredient Bisoprolol, which is a beta blocker.

And there are 2 possibilities as to what may be causing your problem. One is that your body may have simply just gotten used to the current dosage, so it isn't working as well for you as it used to. This happens to most people, sooner or later, and there is no specific time frame for it, as it can vary from person to person. In that case, you may just need a higher dosage or a different medication.

The second possibility is that whatever condition is causing your problem has worsened.

Thus, it is very important that you consult a doctor, to discover which one it is and find proper treatment.


Are there any other questions?

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Sandra H Says:

thank you. am now taking cordarone. I feel better. weaning away from concor.

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Marko Says:

Hi Doctor,
I am 50 years old and I just went to the doctor and he check my heart and told me that i have Tahikardia and that i must start taking Concor 2,5 mg and Tertensif SR from each 1 tablet a day..I am using Kamagra 50 mg 1-2 times per week .. so please tell me can i still keep using Kamagra with this tablets or not? Thanks very much,

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Leo Says:

I take concor 5mg before bedtime and it works to lower my blood pressure but it is much better for coveram 5/5mg because it has two function and it really lower blood pressure and relaxes the heart beat. But see to it that you consult your doctor because they have to test your blood for some distinction if ever it will effect your liver or other internal system.

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Jackie Says:

i was just prescribed Concor at night 5 mg and Madiplot 10mg in the morning.....i had a lowish high blood pressure starting 5 years ago and was put on Nubile but eventually that stopped working. so concor and madiplot now. I am not a pill popper and hope to god that this is not too much to take.....

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nawabzada Says:
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Hi doctor, l am 22 years old and i also used concor 5 mg for one year. Are there any side effects at this dose?

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Farooqnazir Says:
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My bp is 140/90 and I am using concor 5 mg tab + peadigroal / AP 70 per day.

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Mary Says:
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Am using concor5mg Fred r 2month and am not feeling well now age 54yrs

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Hcm Says:

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Hello, concord mimics CHF. You may feal like you have a mild heart failure. You feal tired doing things you usually do with ease like going up a couple of steps. Try Nebivolol instead after nicely talking to your doctor. Some doctors are not quite familiar with this side effect,

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