Bisoprolol and diazapam

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Hi I take bisoprolol 1.25mg as and when I have palps. I’m having them bad now. But when I take it although it’s a tiny dose it makes me breathless. So I was wondering if I could take my diazepam 5mg to counteract the breathlessness. I’m also flying next week and I can’t get on a plane without my diazapam as I’m too anxious. So does anyone else take both of these meds together ? Is it safe ?

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    Hi Kim

    im totally not qualified to advise you,however ive taken this to help me,with no problem,but please remember everyone is so diffrent.

    Good health.

     

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    I too took Bisoprolol, made me so breathless etc that I cut the 1.25 tablets in half, they took me off last March, haven't had any medication since.

    I still have the breathlessness.

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    its crazy how it affects some worse than others. My Mum takes 10mg and isn't that breathless. I haven't taken one in two days and i'm still a bit breathless, i'm thinking mine could be stress related too. Also i get palps after eating too and they feel more like they are in my stomach as opposed to my chest.

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      I get them the worst after eating as well, and yes they do feel like they are in your stomach, but they are not. I have my own ECG so if you click on the box below you can see these palps that feel like your stomach are actually PVCs in your heart. (well mine certainly are).
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      Wow that’s a busy ecg. Mine don’t look anything like that on ecg. I have a few inverted T waves. But it’s not spiky like yours. So perhapsmone arnt as strong 
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