Heart rate was recently at 40 beats per minute and a pacemaker has been suggested for the future possible surgery. Have just gone off Novo-hydrazide 25 mg. Have considered reducing medication and reducing blood pressure from moderate levels to low levels with advertised breathing machine that is said to lower blood pressure?
Do aliskiren fumarate, Novo-hydrazide, Aspir 81, and Ezetimibe, lower heart rate and by how much?
- 18 May 2013 by Anonymous
- 19 May 2013
- high cholesterol, high blood pressure, high cholesterol - familial heterozygous, aliskiren, ezetimibe, hypertension, surgery, pacemaker, medication, heart
Those meds don't slow your pulse. No doctor is going to operate unless he is sure there is no other reason for it. And please, your heart is too vsliable to monkey around with stuff sold by snake oil salesmen and not take your meds. Some kind of breathing machine is not going to lower your blood pressure. Don't you think if it worked docs would be using it?
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