Carvedilol

Last Update February 8, 2016
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Carvedilol is a beta blocker/alpha-1 blocker indicated in the treatment of mild to moderate congestive heart failure (CHF). It is mark...
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Does Carvedilol cause Nightmares?

#38 in Carvedilol discussions - 23 posts discuss Nightmares with Carvedilol. Nightmares is #38 concern in Carvedilol discussions.

Does Carvedilol cause Nightmares?

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look at the side effects of carvedilol and noticed that...
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" I don't know about carvedilol specifically, but I know that ...when Jamie was on propranolol, it caused sleep disturbances and was ...a quick look at the... "

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have been cramp/tetany in toes and fingers, Constipation...
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" ...side effects. The latest, carvedilol seems to cause headaches & flashing lights migraine, this is on the lowest dose half of what the consultant expects me to take. Other problems with bb's have been... "

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I have extensive experience with carvedilol and it does help...
" ...to any great extent? I recently heard that they are sometimes used in PTSD to prevent nightmares which is why I am curious. Well, I have extensive experience with carvedilol and it does... "

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ew months after my first surgery in 2004. This is the worst...
" Todd I was put on Carvedilol a few months after my first surgery in 2004. This is the worst drug I have been on. I experience extreme fatigue and constant nightmares. After 3 months I asked the... "

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surgery I was put on Carvedilol an alpha and beta blocker...
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" ...to surgery. Post surgery I was put on Carvedilol an alpha and beta blocker ...in the US) I had nightmares, extreme fatigue and constant headaches ...to normal size I asked the cardio to discontinue the... "

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arvedilol. ,and I stopped having the \"nightmares\" Do a s...
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" metoprolol induced hallucinations (nightmares) I have read a few ...some have mentioned taking metoprolol. I had been taking it for several years  and have stopped because of night terrors and... "

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d I asked the cardio if I could go off Carvedilol and was pu...
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" ...with no problem. I was then placed on Carvedilol (trade name in US Coreg) ...started within days along with nightmares and extreme fatigue. After 3 ...still feeling bad I asked the cardio if I could go... "

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name Coreg) and I suffered like Mary nightmares and what...
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" ...I had a stint on Carvedilol (US trade name Coreg) and I suffered like Mary nightmares and what felt like a permanent hangover after 3 months I ...the cardio and was switched to Toprol XL and I didn't have... "

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and it caused sleep problems and nightmares. However...
" ...only problem is that i have already been on Metoprolol and it caused sleep problems and nightmares. However I will not give up. I have another question however. Once one has a pacemaker in place does... "

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was asked to take carvedilol 10 mg only after breakfast,...
" patient was asked to take carvedilol 10 mg only after breakfast, ...Consequently, the sleep disorder and nightmares disappeared. I would attribute his case to the carvedilol. Stopping... "

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