Bisoprolol Acne

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Hi,
I'm am a 27 year old female. I have currently been experiencing arrhythmias terrible over the last 3 weeks. Waiting for an ablation in Dec, having bad side effects from bisoprolol, shortness of breath, tiredness, feeling generally really ill. My doctor has increased my dose to 5 mg. at the min I have also broken out in terrible spots. Has anyone else experienced this and do they settle?
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Verwon Says:

It has been known to cause acne, as a side effect, according to the FDA, along with nausea, dizziness, headache, and increased urination.

Most side effects are transient and tend to go away with time, once your body gets used to a medication, but you could also speak to your doctor about trying a different medication.

Are you on any other medications?

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