Nebivolol

Category: Blood Pressure



Nebivolol Overview

Nebivolol is a β1 receptor blocker with nitric oxide-potentiating vasodilatory effect used in treatment of hypertension and, in Europe, also for left ventricular failure.[1] It is highly cardioselective under certain circumstances.[1] Nebivolol has also been paired with another blood pressure lowering medication, the angiotensin receptor blocker valsartan. Contents 1 Pharmacology and biochemistry 1.1 β1-selectivity 1.2 Vasodilator action 1.3 Ant...

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nebistar side effects on long uses

SIDE EFFECT of NEBIVOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE IP 2.5 mg ; Diabetes Type 2 , to name other medicine What to do when Blood Sugar fall ## I am 68 years male and taking Nebistar 2.5mg plus Hydrazide 12.5mg for the last about 10 years and found my BP normal but now I am feeling weakness as well as frequent urinating hence I want to discontinue Hydrazide. Some local Doctor advised me to discontinue Hydrazide and continue with Nebistar 5mg instead of 2.5mg. Please advise me in this respect or suggest some other safe and without side effects Medicine and oblige ## I am taking nebi-2.5 for last 8 years for blood pressure. I am doing good work out in all my life (1 hour running and 1hour badminton). I know nebivolal is beta blockers is there any heart related issure will arise with this medication/

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High B.P. and Nebicard 5

I am 37 years old and i was taking Telvas 40 mg from last one year because of high B.P. Now for the last month i have been taking Nebicard 5mg, and my B.P. is normal. Should i take more tablets and continue treatment or can i stop it? Please advise. Thanks. ## Nebicard contains the active ingredient Nebivolol, which is a beta blocker that's commonly used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. Learn more Nebicard details here. And no, you can't just stop taking it, once you're hitting normal levels. There is a very good chance that the only reason you're hitting those normal levels is because you're taking the medication. So, if you stop it, there's a good chance that your blood pressure may just raise again. Additionally, abruptly stopping t...

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Viagra and Nebivolol?

I am taking 1.5 mg of Nebivolol daily. I am suspicious that Viagra could be a problem with potentiation. Anyone know? ## I am a 44 year old female. I am taking nebistar h since 10 year after second delivery. At present, my blood pressure has been 160/110 so the doctor gave me telvas 40. Can I take it regularly? What are the side effects? Please advise me. ## I'm on nebivolol 2.5mg and my libido has gone down completely. Could it be the drug I'm taking that's causing it? ## Yes, the NIH does warn that taking both Viagra and Nebivolol could cause dangerous lowering of the heart rate and blood pressure. Sarita, those are dangerous blood pressure levels, so it is always best to follow your doctor's instructions, the NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including na...

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Nebivolol stoppage father long usage

I have been taking Nebivolol 2.5 mg for 10 years to control hypertension. Can it cause cough which is persisting despite treatment. My physician says beta blockers at times cause chronic cough which goes if this medication is stopped and alternative medication taken for high BP. Is this true should I stop it to try out this hypothesis. Also more important can it be suddenly stopped or tapered off over a period to avoid a rebound after the body is used it over such a long period. Early advice will be appreciated.

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Nebi 5

I've been taking the blood pressure tablet nebi 5 mg for 5 years. I am 25 years old now. What are the possible side effects? I am very stressed. ## Why have you been taking it? This contains the active ingredient Nebivolol, which is a beta receptor blocker that's most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. Learn more: Have you consulted a doctor? ## My mom is 68 yrs old suffering from diabetes. Her latest creatine level was at 4.26. Her kidney has shrunk a little. Recently she's been having frequent chest pain, taking Nebi 5 as per her doctor's prescription. Her chest pain is reduced but she's still experiencing symptoms of various side effects very badly. She now stopped Nebi after 1 month of usage. . Kindly advise some alternate ...

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Nebivolol, Olmesartan, Amlodipine and Viagra

I am 42 years old taking nebivolol 5mg, olmesartan medoxomil 40 mg and amlodipine 5 mg for last 10 years for my blood pressure. I would like to know if it is safe for me to use viagra alongside these other medications? ## Viagra can also lower blood pressure, according to NIH reports, so it should not be taken with these other medications, unless your doctor approves. Other side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and priapism. Is there anything else I can help with?

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nabicard 5

Uses & Doses ## Please describe about uses and doses in detail ## Nebicard contains the active ingredient Nebivolol, which is a beta blocker that's most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and a form of heart failure. Learn more Nebicard details here. The dosage can vary, depending on how high the person's blood pressure is and how well they respond to medications, so you should follow the dosing instructions provided by your physician. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach pain. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I take Nabicard H 5, Losar 100 (two doses) and Nexovas 10. Unfortunately I've been experiencing side effects such as dizziness, swelling of the feet, loss of libido, etc. Can anyone recommend an alternative to Nabicard ...

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Essential hypertension in diabetic type two patients

I am a diabetic patient (type two). Due to essential hypertension around 150/92, my Dr prescribed telmisartan 20. My pulse rates elevated to 114 and 88 in the morning. I was feeling fatigued, mental confusion, blurred vision within 4 weeks of medication. I was changed over to Nebi 2.5 and dramatically my bp has come down to 110/70 average with pulse around 70-78 per minute. Since I am diabetic and also taking glimperide 2 in the morning and fenofibrate 145 at evening with metformin 500 at night, will Nebi 2.5 worsen my blood sugar control, which is just now around 110-125 on fasting? Will nebivolol will be suitable for long term therapy to a patient like me who is a patient of type two diabetes for 15 years? My high BP has been diagnosed recently, just two months back. Due to severe hig...

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equivalent doses of nebivolol and atenolol

Can 25 mg of Atenolol be replaced by 5 mg or by 2.5mg of Nebivolol? ## Hello, Sharda! How are you? From what I've been able to find, 2.5mgs of Nebivolol would be equivalent to 25mgs of Atenolol, but pleaser don't make a change, unless your doctor has instructed you to do so. Nebivolol is contraindicated with some medical conditions, such as heart failure/heart block. The FDA classifies these medications as beta blockers and list the most common side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain and increased urination. Is there anything else I can help with?

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nebicard 5

I am taking nebicard 5 + asomex TM. Kindly advise alternative for nebicard 5 as it increses uric acid. My uric acid is already high and I am taking zyloric 100mg 2 tablets daily. ## Nebicard contains the active ingredient Nebivolol, it us most commonly used to treat hypertension. However, this site is not medical professionals, so we cannot recommend nor prescribe any medications. What country are you in? If I know that, I may be able to find you a list of available medications in the same class. ## I am was given thyronorm during the year 2004 1.75 mg then gradualy reduced to 25 mg. finally I was advised to stop taking tablet for a year. Later it was absorbed through test as hyper thyoroid and I am given tab nebicard-5 which is 2.5 mg. I am also short tempred. Is is right to take nebic...

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Nebivolol
  • Tablet: 10mg, 2.5mg, 20mg, 5mg
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

NDC Database Records for Nebivolol: (4 results)

Sorted by National Drug Code
  • 43975-248 Nebivolol 2.5 mg Oral Tablet by Amerigen Pharmaceuticals Inc.
  • 43975-249 Nebivolol 5 mg Oral Tablet by Amerigen Pharmaceuticals Inc.
  • 43975-250 Nebivolol 10 mg Oral Tablet by Amerigen Pharmaceuticals Inc.
  • 43975-251 Nebivolol 20 mg Oral Tablet by Amerigen Pharmaceuticals Inc.

Other drugs which contain Nebivolol or a similar ingredient: (3 results)

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Nebivolol, Olmesartan, Amlodipine and Viagra
I am 42 years old taking nebivolol 5mg, olmesartan medoxomil 40 mg and amlodipine 5 mg for last 10 years for my blood pr... 1 reply
Nebivolol stoppage father long usage
I have been taking Nebivolol 2.5 mg for 10 years to control hypertension. Can it cause cough which is persisting despite...
Viagra and Nebivolol?
I am taking 1.5 mg of Nebivolol daily. I am suspicious that Viagra could be a problem with potentiation. Anyone know? ##... 3 replies
equivalent doses of nebivolol and atenolol
Can 25 mg of Atenolol be replaced by 5 mg or by 2.5mg of Nebivolol? ## Hello, Sharda! How are you? From what I've be... 1 reply
Nebivolol Is A Dangerous Drug
Doctor prescribed Nebivolol 10 mg for HTN. But, instead it caused bronchitis, kidney problems, heart flutters and then a...
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L N Beta (Nebivolol & Cilnidipine)
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