Atenolol Side Effect Report | Verigo, hearing loss, memory loss, anxie

verigo, hearing loss, memory loss, anxiety

Male patient reported the following Atenolol side effects :verigo, hearing loss, memory loss, anxiety

The 3 months i was on atenolol (25mg)for atrial fibrillation, I had vertigo, short term memory loss, anxiety, and hearing issue. All except hearing went away when I switched to a different beta blocker. Joe Hare

Side Effect Event date: Monday December 31st 12:00:00 AM
Medication Dosage: 25mg
Medication Frequency: once daily
Patient Age: 62
Patient Weight: 155
Other medications: lisinopril
Diagnosis: afib
Pre-existing conditions: never smoked....moderate alcholol
Hospitalized? No
Life-threatening? No
Disabled? No
Birth Defects? No
Was intervention required to prevent damage? No
Other serious medical events? No
Died? No

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