WHY WAIT FOR ANOTHER ATTACK, THERE ARE PLENTY OF OTHER BLOOD PRESSURE MEDS TO REPLACE ANY BETA-BLOCKER. ALSO THE HEART DR.CAN PERFORM A HEART CATH PROCEDURE TO SEE IF IT, 'S YOUR LUNG BLOOD PRESSURE PULANONARY HYPERTENSION. ALSO BE AWARE THE ASMATHA INHALERS CAN CAUSE RAPID HEART BEAT,AND BREATHING PROUSEBLEMS ALONE DON'T OVER USE NOR DURNING A ABNORMAL HEART BEAT RAPID. OR IT 911.View Thread
It takes blood test first before all that can happen. I would look for a different dr. this smeels not right. I'VE HAD COPD FOR 15 YRS AND ASMATHA ALL MY LIFE. THERE ARE INHALERS.NUBULIZER ME'DS AND ORAL AND NASAL MED'S THAT ARE USALLY TRIED FIRST. PLUS TODAY I FOUND OUT THAT BEFORE EACH XOLAIR INJECTION, A PULANORY FUCTION TEST MUST BE DONE THE WEEK BEFORE. FOR MYSELF THAT MEANS ONE WEEK TEST,NEXT WEEK INJECTIONS AND KEEP ON ROATING PER THE fda SOMTHING NEW.View Thread
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