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Norepinephrine vs Epinephrine: What's the difference?

Posted 25 Sep 2016 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com

Norepinephrine and epinephrine are both used in emergency medicine but what is the difference between them?

Taking verapamil with beta blocker?

Posted 1 day 16 hours ago by skimmer67 1 answer

Has anyone taken cerapamil and Inderal together? I have for over 5 years, but suddenly I have had very dangerously low blood pressure when I take the verapamil. Dr. Said to continue taking it, as nurse didn't explain it to him. I'm concerned about taking it, as almost passed out in shower ...

How long after discontinuing Inderal will it take for the side effects to decrease/disappear?

Posted 18 Apr 2017 by BakedZiti27 0 answers

My doctor is weaning me off of propanolol 10 mg every 10 days due to sudden onset exercise intolerance, orthostatic hypotension, intermittent photosensitivity, and increased episodes of Raynaud's phenomenon. I haven't had any withdrawal symptoms, but I also haven't had any abatement ...

I have been referred to several specialists because of hypotension, syncope or near syncope,pulse?

Posted 24 Mar 2017 by Ljrundle 0 answers

40 at night, blood pressure sometimes 65/30, they decided that ambient was the culprit as these problems are gone by noon the next day after taking ambient. How can I get off. And is there a better substitute

Myelodysplastic Syndrome - I was diagnosed with MDS anemia about 6 months ago. I currently finish my

Posted 16 Feb 2017 by David Az 0 answers

... third Vidaza of treatment and starting 4th next week. Unfortunately I'm not a candidate for bone marrow transplant. My question is will low blood pressure always be they're two to three weeks after treatment or does it start going back to normal. Not sure how I will do at work with ...

Does anyone take pyridostimine for orthostatic hypotension?

Posted 22 Feb 2017 by Quilt Lady 0 answers

I have Multiple System Atrophy and one of the symptoms is orthostatic hypotension. I already take Midodrine and Florinef but my blood pressure can still get down into the range of 60/40. I looked the drug up and see there are many possible side effects. Can anyone tell me what their experience with ...

Hello people! I have been taking Celexa for well over a life-changing year. In conjunction with?

Posted 14 Dec 2016 by Detour1965 2 answers

... other self- improvement strategies my life has become 'worth' living! My question is, has anyone experienced side effects such as low blood pressure, headaches, stuffiness and hot flashes? I am praying it is something else

I have Addison's disease and started using stimulants?

Posted 18 Nov 2016 by Tiredofadd 0 answers

I'm stopping them, I am experiencing low blood pressure, exhaustion, pain in my mid back, even increasing my normal cortisone intake isn't helping. Does anyone know how those drugs and Addison's interact with each other?

Just been given verapamil 40 mg ..for cluster headaches?

Posted 25 Aug 2016 by Thicknblonde 1 answer

I have low blood pressure and try to jog 3-4 times a week ... My doctor said take 2 pills a day and "see how you go and if you feel dizzy or faint reduce the dose" ... Does anyone take the pills as the headache appears and do they work that way ... I'm not a pill popping person so a ...

Anyone experience extremely low blood pressure with Lupus & Sjogrens?

Posted 25 May 2016 by Superchic 2 answers

I was diagnosed with Lupus & Sjogrens in 2007. I developed unexplained extreme low blood pressure at the end of last year. I take Evoxac, Plaquenil, Gabapentin, and Prednisone intermittently, as needed. My systolic number is typically in the 80's, the diastolic number is around 45. My ...

Low blood pressure-106/51--- already on 20 mg Lasix twice daily. extremities including groin area?

Posted 7 Jun 2016 by nrgilpin 1 answer

very puffy-thighs are hard to the touch. I'm saying congestive heart failure... Is an Aldactone once a day together with Lasix going to make the BP too low? Would like to reduce the fluid

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