Pacemaker, Benacal Makes Blood Pressure Dangerously Too High Or Too Low

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My mother had a pacemaker installed 2-3 years ago. She complains that Benacal (it's supposed to keep fluids out) makes her blood pressure drop down too much (dystolic) or else it is dangerously high. Are there alternative medications? Her doctors don't seem to be helping.



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Dipanjana Says:

My father has pacemaker since last 10 years . His pacemaker had stopped suddenly at 2am . He had taken beta vert 16 at 10pm . Is that medicine responsible for the accident ? Please reply he is in hospital

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