Metoprolol Withdrawal (Page 117)

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michael Says:


i've been taking metoprolol for several years as partial treatment for high blood pressure. through diet and exercise, i've lowered my BP to the point my doctor says drop the metoprolol. i did, 3 days ago, and i'm soooo tired, dizzy, irritable, and my vision is blurred. is this withdrawal? how long will it last? i remember starting this medication was terrible to get used to. it appears that stopping it is just as bad.



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Txcandy1 Says:
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Re: RV (# 2326)

Well, someone at my husbands work tested positive for Covid and so my husband is home from work until he rapid tests on Tuesday. They want him to wait the 5 days from exposure to test.

But guess what showed up tonight after weeeeks of none. My PVCS. Can they really be induced by this news/stress? Like what the FLIP

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Txcandy1 Says:
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I can’t sleep because of the PVCs :(

I’m wondering if I should get a 2nd opinion from another electrophysiologist. I don’t know if I’m being silly and I don’t know how that’s works when you have a loop recorder implant.

What IS THISSSSSSS

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RV Says:
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Re: Txcandy1 (# 2328)

Hahah this is sad! My parents have recovered. Virus usually shows up after 4-5 days of exposure so hence they might have asked him to wait for a couple of days. PVC can be stress induced but how sure are you about them being PVC? This shortness of breath was wondering if i should see a doctor. Spo2 was 98-99% and bpm 80s while sitting and 90s while standing

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Juliya Says:
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Re: Txcandy1 (# 2328)

I’m sorry to hear that mama! I got my first covid vaccine on Monday. I get the second dose in February. Fingers crossed he doesn’t catch it.

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Txcandy1 Says:
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Re: Juliya (# 2330)

That great! My husband has already received the first dose too.

I really want it get it, but I doubt regular people will get it anytime soon.

How are you feeling?

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Txcandy1 Says:
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Re: RV (# 2330)

My cardio showed me what they look like and I see them on the ECG on my Apple
Watch. 100% PVC. They are beyond frustrating and they are still here today with a vengeance. I’m so frustrated today and just want to throw in the towel

I’m debating a 2nd opinion with another electrophysiologist

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Txcandy1 Says:
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PVCs are freaking relentless today and I’m at my wits end!

I made an appt with GP on Tuesday to get thyroid checked out and hormones. I’m also going to ask for a referral for a another electrophysiologist for a 2nd opinion

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RV Says:
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Re: Txcandy1 (# 2334)

Do the pvcs have a physical sensation sorry for asking such a dumb question? I was this close to seeing a doctor after shortness of breath will surely request for a chest xray and pulmonary test soon this sucks! Hope you are doing better today!

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Txcandy1 Says:
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Re: RV (# 2335)

Yes! I feel every one. It’s an extra beat in between your normal one so it feels like a skip and a thud. It really is not a skip but it thuds due to the extra volume in blood. It SUCKS and I hate it. Sometimes I’ll get adrenaline with it as well just because it scares me

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RV Says:
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Re: Txcandy1 (# 2336)

I am sorry that you have to go through this! I had this not the skip only the thud and it felt awful . Have you booked an appointment with the doctor? I get 3-4 good hours and then 3-4 bad hours its been a cycle today is 61 days off metoprolol for me.

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Txcandy1 Says:
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Re: RV (# 2337)

Yeah I’m sure it was a pvc. Most everyone has them every now and then but not everyone feel them.

How are you feeling today?

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Txcandy1 Says:
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Re: RV (# 2337)

Do you or Juliya ever get dizzy sensations at night when looking at a screen or book. I’ve been getting these weird dizzy sensations when looking at a screen or reading at night. It happens for a split second and then sometimes gives me the tingles. Could this still be nervous system issued from the beta blocker? I got checked out with ENT and he said all was fine.

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RV Says:
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I am doing okay sometimes good some times bad palpitations , minor discomfort around chest and inability to feel a good deep breath these are my perpetual symptoms. Will be booking an appointment with a pulmonologist this week just to err on the safer side. Did you book your appointment ?

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Txcandy1 Says:
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Re: RV (# 2340)

Read below, just got approved

I have an appt tomorrow with GP. Going to ask for thyroid check and maybe electrolytes. What else can I ask to be tested for. Hormones? Anything else that would be useful?

I am going to ask for a referral to the electrophysiologist of my choice for a 2nd opinion. I do think my cardio is a good one, he’s just not the one I chose. He was the one on call when I first went to hospital and so that’s how I ended up with him. I think getting a 2nd opinion would make me feel better.

Still having a hard time breathing?

Does SVT count as a reason to get the Covid vaccine LOL I want to sign up, listing that as the reason but they might laugh and think what an idiot lololol

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