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Atenolol

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Other Names: Tenormin

Bystolic

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Other Names: Nebivolol
Rating: 3.5 out of 5
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Rating: 4.5 out of 5
Based on 2,686 patient discussions on healthcare websites and blogs
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Atenolol is a selective beta-1 receptor receptor antagonist, a drug belonging to the group of beta blockers (sometimes written -blockers), a class of drugs used primarily in cardiovascular diseases. Introduced in 1976, atenolol was developed as a replac... Read more on Wikipedia
Nebivolol is a beta blocker with nitric oxide-potentiating vasodilatory effect used in treatment of hypertension and, in Europe, also for left ventricular failure. It is highly cardioselective under certain circumstances but has less robust evidence of s... Read more on Wikipedia
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By Gladys
March 14, 2014
Gladys wrote
Atenelol and heart blok
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By danny
November 4, 2013
danny wrote
Atenolol vs Clonidine
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By Kanchenjunga
October 18, 2013
Kanchenjunga wrote
Atenolol/Asthma
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By Laura
October 16, 2013
Laura wrote
Atenolol
My Mother takes Atenolol, but she uses it for blood pressure , which is what that particular medicine is used for the most (Cardiovascular Treatment). It can also be used to treat migraines, but you may need to keep an eye on your blood pressure, it may be getting too low and causing your dizziness. Here is a couple of site's that may be useful to you, http://headacheandmigrainenews.com/atenolol-tenormin-for-migraine/ and www.drugs.com. I hope this is useful to you! Best of luck!
J.K.  |  February 14, 2014
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By pat
August 20, 2013
pat wrote
side effects of bystolic
I have been noticing joint discomfort since I have taking this prescription
liz  |  February 10, 2014
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By Robb31
August 16, 2013
Robb31 wrote
Atenolol addiction?
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What patients are saying about Atenolol vs. Bystolic

127 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
Bystolic for hypertension, and switched to atenolol 10mg,...
...you have started with Bystolic for hypertension, and switched to atenolol 10mg, and gone back to bystolic 5mg, and had side ...you can use atenolol, or some other...
Atenolol for atrial fibrillation. It made feel exhausted...
...Atenolol for atrial fibrillation. It made feel ...atenolol I started gaining. The heart doctor lowered my dosage but that wasn't keeping the heart rate normal. I went to my endocrinologist ...
Switching from atenolol to Bystolic has greatly improved my...
...has greatly improved my life. I was on atenolol for 4-5 years and was always tired and complaining of feeling old and worn ...atenolol and wondering if I was actually suffering from depression...
concern about going from Atenolol to Bystolic, JJ had it...
...No one knows hypertension better than they do! As for your concern about going from Atenolol to Bystolic, JJ had it right ...it could definitely be that Bystolic and/or triamterene are not...
is a BB that they thought didn't seem to cause weight gain...
...I had my doc switch me from atenolol 25 mg to bystolic 5 mg back in ...my weight continues to go up. Bystolic I guess is a BB that they thought didn't seem to cause weight gain. I was up 4#...
in left side after restarting bystolic. Adviced to stop...
...left side after restarting bystolic. Adviced to ...took bystolic for 3weeks then switch to atenolol 10mg because my insurance won't cover it then my doctor said to go back to bystolic cause it...
is 180. i am taking 50 mg atenelol, 20mg benicar, one 81...
...am taking 50 mg atenelol, 20mg benicar, one 81 mg aspirin and also the 40mg simvastatin for the high cholesterol. ...taking bystolic, but i got too many side effects from it s...
I feel dizzy and tired. So I am going to try bystolic...
...down to 1/8 pill last summer and then weaned off of it in January. Since weaning, I've noticed my HR gets high sometimes. The problem is that even when I take 1/8 pill atenolol, I feel dizzy and...
to 25mg or when switching over to Bystolic-first 10mg...
...starting. Looking back on it, I never felt different going from 50mg of Atenolol to 25mg or when switching over to Bystolic-first 10mg then down to 5mgs and now 2.5 mgs. Probably will be more...
my dr switched me from bystolic to atenelol, and added the...
...rest were all small. they started a few days after my dr switched me from bystolic to atenelol, and added the aspirin. i didn't know which one did it, but everyone...
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