I Took Ziac For A Years And Notice My Pulse Rate Is Low

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Rose Says:


Is Ziac medication will damage my heart in a long run, my pulse rate before was between 60 and 70. Now that I'm taking this Ziac for my high blood pressure my pulse rate is between 47 and 55 usually it's low in the morning. My ex-husband was taking Ziac also for his high blood pressure and his pulse rate become so low from 44 down to 38, he went to the emergency room right away and the doctor decided to put a pacemaker connected to his heart.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Rose! How are you?

It is normal for this medication to lower your pulse rate, somewhat, that's part of how it helps your blood pressure. It relaxes the blood vessels, but should not do actual damage.

If they installed a pacemaker for your ex-husband, then it's likely they found that his going that low was due to some other factor, otherwise, they would have just switched medications.

The FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as also possibly including nausea, dizziness, increased urination and hypotension.

Additionally, it is normal for your pulse rate to be lower in the morning, when you first wake up, because your body has been at rest. Once you are about and active, you should see it go higher and have more fluctuations.

However, it is always best to consult your doctor to be sure there is nothing else going on.

Are there any other questions or concerns?

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