Pulse slowdown effect of Bisoprolol

We have 367 consumer reports for Bisoprolol. Pulse slowdown effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Pulse slowdown side effect for Bisoprolol

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
204.29
205.03

Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
6′

Average age
51
69

Bisoprolol Circle Diagram 4 consumers of 367 reported about Pulse slowdown

  1. Dolores S. West says:
    4.5 rating

    Bisoprolol for High blood pressure

    I was on this drug with a dosage of 5 mg set over 4 years ago. The effectiveness was good, I had no problems. In March, a neurologist accidentally noticed my low heart rate (48), blood pressure levels were within normal limits. An ECG was then made showing cardiac arrhythmias. The same result was then at the family doctor on the repeat ECG, the pulse was again too low (42). Then I got a referral to the cardiologist. He made an ultrasound, Herz, and gave the all-clear. The cause was the dosage of 5 mg bisoprolol. Together with the result I got a new prescription: 2.5 mg bisoprolol + 2.5 mg RAMIPRIL. The blood pressure is still well adjusted, the pulse normal. Why was the old dosage with 5 mg bisopolol so weird on the pulse, no proper justification from the cardiologist. After all, I’ve been taking the tablets for years without problems?

    Side effects: Pulse slowdown
  2. Camille E. Vest says:
    4.5 rating

    Bisoprolol for Cardiovascular disease

    It helped, but the side effects are too serious for * younger generations over 35 years *. Unfortunately, I’ve got a whole Latte of side effects. Pulse and blood pressure drop hair loss milk flow in the breasts (although I did not have a child) diarrhea complete lipid loss muscle pain in legs and arms dry eyes shivering-freezing at night / dizziness massive sleep disorders listlessness-mood swings allergy increase worsening of depressive phases toxic hepatitis