In general beta blockers such as Coreg CR should not be given to those with a bronchospastic disease eg asthma.
However Coreg can be used with caution in patients who did not repsond well, or cannot tolerate other blood pressure medicines.
The patients airways/breathing will need to be carefully watched.
So to sum up ... yes both medicines can be give together but only under close medical supervision.
See https://www.drugs.com/pro/coreg.html - see under precautions
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