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I'm 26 healthy( I've had so many Blood tests and what not I can say that with a decent amount of confidence) I have had svt diagnosed for pushing two months.
I also take vit d3 tablets.
I'm on bisoprolol 1.25mg 1 per day since January 11th, and I have experienced the same as a lot of people here, stupid fatigue( I've worked one day since) headache, sore throat, cold toes and hands, breathlessness, very low mood, I get very anxious in situations I can't freely leave, eg work, traffic etc( never had this prior to medication.
I changed the tablet time from 8 am to 5pm, seemed to help for a bit I could actually do a little bit, but now the following day, up until I take my tablet I am getting some chest discomfort a niggling in my left rib cage a few inch beneath my nipple, that worsens and then pretty much goes after an hour/two after I take my tablet, it is replaced with the reduced hr, headache and silly tiredness. I have been checked since and I'm apparently still fine. ( is this a potential side effect?)
I was wondering if this is due to me growing more used to the dose or just the time I take it or something else?
The tablets are so far working, no svt since, and I believe it has helped, had a couple of thuds and nothing came to fruition, also seem to have completely removed smaller extremely short episodes I was seeming to have.
That been said, I need to go to work, and svt doesn't effect me as such until an episode and for a day afterwards if it's a bad one, although I like not having svts, I also don't like the feeling I'm slowly been chipped away at day by day.
Also has anyone had any trouble with getting the medication changed? My GP will not touch it because the cardiologist said for me to stay on it( originally given the tablets at a+e after one of those wonderful svt episodes ) and the cardiologist is proven difficult to get in touch with, I'm debating going and waiting outside his office until he can see me tomorrow.
Sorry for all the information, I hope some people can get in touch and answer the questions and directly respond to out my mind at ease :-)
Also thanks for prior posts on here, I thought I was losing the will to live until I saw people having similar side effects and tales.
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