I was prescribed Bystolic (nebivolol) to help with heart palpitations.
10 Dec 2011
It will take a week or two for your tummy to adjust, but it will. I drank lots of gingerale for my queasiness, which helped. Also kept crackers handy to munch on. Now I have no problems with the Bystolic. It truly is one of the better meds for palpatations/arrhythmia, according to my cardiologist. --
7 Dec 2011
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9 Dec 2011
I have been taking 5 mg of Bystolic daily for palpatations/arrhythmia for a year. The medicine is working exceptionally well for me with no side effects except a 5-10 point drop in my blood pressure. I hope it works as well for you. I normally have low blood pressure, so I have to be sure to stand slowly to avoid dizziness. Best of luck and health to you. --
24 Feb 2012
I have an update. I started on five mg of Bystolic, I am now on ten mg. I was put on a low dose blood pressure med, lisonopril 10 mg. My tummy is now used to the meds, but my heart rate is now very low, 50 - 60. So far no dizziness. I am finding that food combos are having affects on the palipatations. Been working on the problem since August... Hope my Doc finds the right combination of meds for me...
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I have been taking 20 mg at night for past few days. Today with heart palpitations. Anyone get this?
1 answer • 24 Mar 2012
I want to change from Bystolic to the generic Nebivolol because my Medicare covers the cost.
2 answers • 13 Oct 2013
... getting heartburn. I read beta blockers can cause this until you adjust. I just switched from atenolol about a month ago
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