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Hi my GP has changed Bisoprplol to Adizem however since taking them I have been having the most horried head aches,and what I assume is sinus problems,please do any others suffer these same side effeccts and if so what do they take to stop them.

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    Hi Can I ask why he changed you , ? I'm on them and it's made me think now . ,Bea

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      Hi Bea

      My GP changed them as I was for ever fainting and feeling very light headed,he has also now reduced the mg  as again the higher dose also caused the same problem,I'm awaiting a hospt appointment to see the heart specialist having been signed off early in the year,but I guess that the appointment is a long way off.

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      Hi Pauline I'm only on the lowest dose as I'm bradycardic 47/51 bpm but I find them ok really just make me tired I just take one a day before bed now so help me sleep a bit better bout ok during the day my heart specialist as given me Flecadian but I'm not sure about them so I'm trying the fodmap diet first it's been good so far but early days yet 👍I do hope you get it sorted Pauline and someone else can be of help xx

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    Hi Pauline,

    I haven't recieved anything from the forum for a while I thought everyone had gone on holiday I finally got some with the discussion summary.

    anyway, I hope you are feeling better, I am on Bisoporol and I have had problems with my sinuses ever since I started them, It would seem beta blockers have this effect. 

    L.

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