... carvedilol for a day prior to the test . one day and half back on got up suddenly ear ring that has not stop. other medicine are Norvasc atorvastatin Plavix carvedilol asprin can this problem happen on carvedilol . Had a stent put in in February the year 2013.
There is another possibility. I also was taking carvedilol, lisinopril, aspirin and Norvasc -- (as well as Lasix and clonidine!) until a few days ago.
After several months of eating a heart-healthy weight loss diet I've lost 25 pounds, then last week I noticed my ears had started ringing constantly. It turned out that I was now overmedicated and my blood pressure was extremely low, and this is what was making my ears ring. In my case I was taken off of two of my blood pressure medications and the ringing has stopped.
Perhaps there's a possibility that the ringing in your ears isn't being caused directly by the carvedilol... but by a drop in your blood pressure after resuming all your meds after the stress test? It might be worth checking if you have a home BP monitoring device, or getting it checked by your doctor.
By the way, just a word of encouragement for you: I had an angioplasty with three drug-eluting coronary artery stents in October 2007, and now almost 7 years later my heart is strong and there has been no indication of any re-stenosis in the coronary arteries. After initially being on Plavix for 2 years, now it's an aspirin a day for life. I just try to follow the American Heart Association's diet recommendations for fat and sodium intake and also try to avoid sugar and processed starches. The only real effort is what I put into keeping my weight in check as I age and become more sedentary.
Good luck to you!
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