I am in shock how many meds are out there for bp and many live with the side effects that are not apparent to many...the symptoms start slowly or rapidly (people are different) but even so they go unnoticed? One must look at the side effects and the type of drug that suits them...a beta blocker, a ACE inhibitor or a Angiotension II receptor blocker...or etc....
Bystolic ...Is a bp med I have a question about
....Has anyone else noticed they are not doing what they used to...or not driving much anymore (has a classic car and no interest in it anymore...or not swimming and used to be a fish in water...or changes in anything else...? Please help me by posting comments...I saw this in a friend of mine...now another friend doesn't do many things and I am wondering if why, is from the bystolic?...I didn't realize it until recently...just accepted that getting old was reason for not wanting to do things anymore...but off bytolic...became more social...back to the normal social person with interests to be in public and drive a vehicle and swim in the pool...although it did help keep the bp down...rather well...we often need to evaluate the pros and cons of side effects as an individual on an individual basis....so please help me out by posting your opinions or experiences with this drug...pros or cons...thanks
Post Edited (CARLENA) : 12/16/2013 6:27:23 PM (GMT-7)