Bystolic

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have started with Bystolic for hypertension, and switched...
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" Hi, you have started with Bystolic for hypertension, and switched to atenolol 10mg, and gone back to bystolic 5mg, and had side pain, ...use atenolol, or some other alternative.... "

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weight (about 15 pounds), have knee and hip joint pain...
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" ...have now been on bystolic for 4 months. It did bring my bp down to 120/80, but the side effects are making me consider another alternative. I have gained weight (about 15 pounds), have knee and hip... "

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xpensive! Mr. doctor switched me from Amlodipine Besylate...
" On Bystolic, was on amlodipine besylate. Drop ...interested in knowing when Bystolic 5mg will be available in generic. It's soooooo expensive! Mr. doctor switched me from Amlodipine Besylate and my... "

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(it's a lot more expensive). I have had no side effects...
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" ...couple of episodes of afib.  My doctor suggested bystolic.  It has worked very well for the ...want to authorize the use of the bystolic (it's a lot more expensive).  I have had no side effects to speak... "

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and numb legs. So switched to Bystolic, 2.5mg did not bring...
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" ...and numb legs. So switched to Bystolic, 2.5mg did not bring down ...work either. desperate for an alternative. Taking it at night now. ...instead. Or is there an alternative drug that might be... "

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octor now wants to put my friend on Bystolic. He i...
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" ...another question. My friend is taking verapamil and Crestor.The doctor now wants to put my friend on Bystolic. He is so afraid that ...the go. Does anyone have alternative suggestions without having to go... "

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it is not available anymore. Since starting Bystolic...
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" ...last few years, with no side effects. Unfortunately, it is not available anymore. Since starting Bystolic I have been tired, headache,severe aches and pains ...on Thursday to discuss an alternative... "

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Bystolic, and it controls the tachycardia. Have you...
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" ...treatments. Have you tried Rocephin IVs? My thought would be to try herbal and/or alternative treatments next. Marie, I had tachycardia for years. At one ...see a cardiologist, and take Bystolic, ... "

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8 years. He said Bystolic is better? metoprolol tartrate...
" ...2 months ago, my doctor switched me to Bystolic 5 mg after being ...for about 8 years. He said Bystolic is better? metoprolol tartrate comes up as a generic alternative to Bystolic recommended by my... "

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weight (about 15 pounds), have knee and hip joint pain...
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" ...have now been on bystolic for 4 months. It did bring my bp down to 120/80, but the side effects are making me consider another alternative. I have gained weight (about 15 pounds), have knee and hip... "

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