Coming off Bisoprolol?

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I am 17 years old and recently got diagnosed with SVT in June, I got out on 1.25 Bisoprolol and they have given me extreme side effects like breathlessness and feeling faint and tiredness etc and I think maybe even a loss of appetite. I am wanting to come off of these and manage SVT on my own as I am only young and otherwise healthy what should I expect?

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    Hi, Dont come off it without seeing your doctor of you may get an unplanned visit to hospital. See your doctor, who may give additional or change your medication.

    When my heart beat hit 240 beats per minute I went down like a ton of bricks and woke up 3 days later in ITU. Good luck and stay safe smile

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      Hi Brixmis7,

      Ur HR went up to 240 wow my has gone up to 170...why where u in ICU? Did they put a pace maker? What medications r u on? I take corlarnor but I still get tachy once a week...

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      They wanted to stop and start my heart, my CO2 levels when through the floor. I was then intubated. 
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      Ooh wow, im sorry to hear u had to go through dat...do u have SVT or IST? Was ur HR in da 200s for en extended period of time? Mine goes up but come down with a couple of mins? Is urs controlled now?
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    Came home from work feeling fine. 30 minutes later I was in an ambulance with a chest that felt like brocken egg shells. A month after ITU, I had a heart ablation that was back in May 16. Just have high BP now with a pulse of 60bpm.

     

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    I had VT with a flutter. They found 3 rythems that were wrong. 2 were sorted and the 3rd is being treated with Bisoprolol.

     

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      I understand now...im glad they took care of it..I habe had several holter monitors but it only shows sinus tach...did u have any holter prior to this episode? Or was it just that one time?
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