Enderol Vs. Bisoprolol Fumarate

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dougar Says:

What is the difference between Bisoprolol Fumarate and Enderol? Both beta-blockers, that's all I know

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dougar Says:

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?

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Verwon Says:

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.

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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 switching medications, since they are in the same drug class.

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dougar Says:

Thanks for the info. Just needed a comparison - so far the Bisoprolol is working fine.

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salma Says:

43 yrs old 70kg male, 4 cardiac stents have been placed 1 and a half yr ago, using bisoprolol fumerate 5mg for 6 months. complains resting heart rate 44- 52 bpm and after 30 min walk 50 -58 bpm, along with coldness of arms and face. NO HYPOGLECEMIA.
other medicines are loprin 75mg and lipiget 10 mg.
shouldn"t bisprolol be changed?

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beryl Says:

get badly runny nose with biosoprolol any avternarive?

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Mosartnme Says:

Hi Beryl, I am so relieved to know there is someone out there with the same side
affects from bisoprolol as me. I suffer from a freezing cold face and a cold runny nose all year round. It makes me feel so miserable. I am sure you feel the same. When I read up on the side affects it only stated cold hands or feet. No mention of the side affects we have. I have been seriously considering coming off them.
My best regards,

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