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Bystolic Side Effects

Fatigue (92)
Dizziness (80)
Headache (72)
Dyspnoea (63)
Blood Pressure Increased (51)
Oedema Peripheral (46)
Insomnia (46)
Heart Rate Decreased (46)
Nausea (42)
Asthenia (39)
Chest Pain (36)
Diarrhoea (34)
Bradycardia (34)
Rash (31)
Alopecia (28)
Pruritus (28)
Pain In Extremity (27)
Paraesthesia (25)
Chest Discomfort (20)
Arthralgia (20)
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Hypotension (19)
Palpitations (19)
Depression (18)
Fall (18)
Weight Increased (18)
Abdominal Distension (17)
Vision Blurred (17)
Cough (16)
Hypertension (16)
Pain (15)
Muscle Spasms (15)
Hypoaesthesia (15)
Heart Rate Increased (15)
Abnormal Dreams (15)
Abdominal Discomfort (15)
Blood Glucose Increased (14)
Joint Swelling (14)
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Weight Decreased (12)
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Heart Rate Irregular (11)
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Recent Reviews

Started taking Bystolic 5mg on Thursday for tachycardia. Sunday, had blurred vision. (Was driving and it was so bad that the interstate signs were blurred!) Stopped medicine and called doctor on Monday. Tuesday, called back because nobody saw f

Ok,So My Doctor just gave Bystlic to me I was on a different one and now this Im so so afriad to take this im only 33 yrs old and the blood pressure meds Im on it not lowering it enought..... I guess I will not take this med..</span>

<strong>I have been taking Bystolic for about a month, my right leg has been 'killing' me ever since, I have alot of knee pain, and constant cramps in my right calf. The pain just seems to travel up and down my leg,can this be caused by Bystoli

<strong>I took Bystolic 5 mg for 3 days. Immediately started feeling bad.Heartrate is still 117 to 125, and blood pressure went up.It is 168/125.He gave me Bumex 1 mg with this. I take the KLOR 40 potasium with it. I am quiting both. Can not sl

64 years old. Good health, high BP extreme tension stress from work. Started lisinopril didn't lower BP, changed to Bystolic 10mg, lowered BP quickly, Constantly tired feeling, vey dizzy mostly in the morning constant coughing up mucus, lungs clear

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About a month ago I had a dr. appt and my blood pressure was a little elevated although I am taking 300mg of cartia xt and hctz 37.5/triam25mg.My M.D.,thought that I should also take 10mg of bystolic, about 3 to 4 weeks into takin

After two week my chest got tight. Couldn't breath right. And my back by my shoulder blade hurt. I was on 5 mg. I'm going to try some natural ways celery magnesium garlic.

Bystolic caused weight gain and gout

Bystolic has dropped my bp but my pulse still remains pretty fast.

Hyperlipidaemia Clinical Trials and Studies

Treatments might be new drugs or new combinations of drugs, new surgical procedures or devices, or new ways to use existing treatments. The goal of clinical trials is to determine if a new test or treatment works and is safe. Clinical trials can also look at other aspects of care, such as improving the quality of life for people with chronic illnesses. People participate in clinical trials for a variety of reasons. Healthy volunteers say they participate to help others and to contribute to moving science forward. Participants with an illness or disease also participate to help others, but also to possibly receive the newest treatment and to have the additional care and attention from the clinical trial staff.