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Hypertension, Diabetes ,Heart disease and Heart Beat in Right Ear
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waqqarsyed posted:
I am suffering from Hypertension from last 10 years and diabetes from 3 years. Doctor advised me Coeziday 50 mg tablet+75 mg Aspirin + Bisoprolol Fumarate 10 mg ( Beta Blocker) per day. The Beta Blocker effected my pancreas and I became a patient of diabetes. Now I am insulin dependent. I left taking Bisoprolol Fumarate 10 mg , Now I have my heart Beats 85 Per Minute and I feel uncomfortable because Bisoprolol Fumarate kept my heart Rate 65 Beats Per Minute for 7 years and also created Insulin resistivity. Now my glucose level is controlled but I feel heart beat in my right Ear which is quite disturbing. Please help me getting rid of Heart Beat in Right Ear.
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ibex7 responded:
Welcome to our board. I'm not a professional butt sometimes Docs do visit here and may be able to give you some advice. I do know that older folks get pulse sounds in their neck vessles that can be cured with surgery.
Best wishes to you.- goat
 
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Joseph F Goldberg, MD responded:
Dear waqqarsyed,

I don't think your cardiovascular question is one that can be answered on a website. Wisest to discuss your health issues directly with your doctor.

If you have any general questions about psychiatric symptoms or medicines, or bipolar disorder, this is the right place to post them.

Dr. G.


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