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Bisoprolol, also available under brands such as Cardicor and Congescor, is a medication used to treat high blood pressure (also known as hypertension) and heart failure. It is also used to prevent pain caused by angina.
You can only buy Bisoprolol on prescription. If you do not have a prescription for Bisoprolol, you can fill in our online consultation form for our doctor to review. If suitable, our doctor can issue a prescription for our UK pharmacy to fulfil.
When you buy Bisoprolol online from Prescription Doctor, you don't need to pick up your prescription or your medicine - we take care of that for you. Our UK pharmacy will dispatch your medicine straight to your door via a next-day discreet delivery service.
When your heart needs to beat faster, such as during exercise or when you are scared, the adrenal glands release a type of hormone called adrenaline. This hormone stimulates receptors located in the heart and blood vessels, known as beta receptors, and causes the heart to beat faster and more forcefully.
In turn, the heart pushes blood around the body with more force than normal and thus raises blood pressure.
By blocking the receptors which are sensitive to adrenaline, Bisoprolol reduces the effect adrenaline has on the heart, causing the heart rate to beat slower and with less force, reducing blood pressure in the process.
It's most common to take Bisoprolol once a day in the morning, however your doctor may advise you to take your first dose before bed as it can make people feel dizzy.
Your dose will depend on your reason for taking it and will be determined by your doctor.
Bisoprolol can be taken with or without food as it doesn't tend to upset the stomach.
Swallow the tablet whole with a glass of water. Some brands may provide a score line to allow you to split the tablet in half and make it easier to take.
It is important to keep taking Bisoprolol even on the days when you feel well.
For the treatment of high blood pressure, you should take Bisoprolol alongside a healthy lifestyle. Your doctor can give you supplementary advice on living a healthy lifestyle which can help you to lower your high blood pressure.
If you have any doubts about how or when to take your medicine, ask your doctor or a pharmacist for advice.
All medicines carry the potential for side effects, but not everybody who takes a specific medicine will respond identically. It is important that you remain vigilant of any changes in your condition or side effects during your course of treatment with Bisoprolol.
Before taking any medicine, you should always familiarise yourself with the patient information leaflet (PIL) enclosed within in the packaging. This leaflet contains important information on how and when to take Bisoprolol, associated side effects and a complete list of ingredients.
You can view this leaflet online here.
Common Bisoprolol side effects:
Some common side effects, such as dizziness, headaches and problems with indigestion, such as diarrhoea and nausea, usually subside after a short while of taking Bisoprolol.
Uncommon side effects of Bisoprolol:
This is not an exhaustive list of side effects. Further information regarding the safety of Bisoprolol can be found within the accompanying leaflet enclosed within the packaging.
Do not take Bisoprolol if you are allergic to bisoprolol fumarate or any of the other ingredients listed in the patient information leaflet.
Do not take Bisoprolol if you are pregnant, think you might be pregnant or are trying to conceive. Taking Bisoprolol during pregnancy can pose harm to the baby.
If you become pregnant while taking Bisoprolol, speak to your doctor - they will determine whether it is safe for you to continue taking Bisoprolol.
Do not take Bisoprolol during pregnancy. It is not known whether Bisoprolol is passed on through breast milk.
Always seek your doctor's advice before buying Bisoprolol online.
When you buy Bisoprolol online from Prescription Doctor, you will need to complete an online medical form in order for our doctor to ensure that this treatment is safe for you.
Please inform our doctor of all other medicines you are currently taking, including those prescribed by your GP, bought over-the-counter, health and herbal supplements.
Do not take Bisoprolol past the expiry date printed on the packaging. The date refers to the last day of the specified month.
Avoid throwing away medicine via household or water waste. You should take unwanted or expired medicine to your local pharmacy and ask them to dispose of them safely on your behalf.
Always store medicines out of sight and reach from children and pets.
Never share your medicine with anybody else, even if they are experiencing the same symptoms as you.
Aside from taking medication, there are a number of things you can do to help lower your blood pressure.
First, consider making adjustments to your diet. Eat a balanced diet - eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables for fibre and vitamins. Avoid foods high in salt and saturated fats.
Live an active lifestyle by exercising regularly. You can make small changes to your lifestyle to fit in exercise into your life, such as getting off the bus a stop early and walking the rest of the way, or taking the stairs instead of the lift.
If you are overweight, losing weight can help you lower your blood pressure.
Try to limit or avoid alcoholic or caffeinated beverages, as well as drinks high in sugar, such as fizzy pop and energy drinks.
Nicotine in cigarettes causes your blood pressure to rise and increases your heart rate. Quitting smoking has many more benefits to your health than just lowering your blood pressure.
By making changes to your lifestyle, you can make your condition more manageable. What's more is that if you adopt a healthy lifestyle early on, you can negate the need for medicines.
For advice on how to improve your diet and exercise, speak to your doctor for advice.
If you forget to take your daily dose of Bisoprolol, take it as soon as you remember. If you forget for a whole day, skip that dose and take your usual dose at your regular time. Do not double dose (take two doses at once) to make up for a forgotten dose.
If you regularly forget to take Bisoprolol, you may want to set yourself an alarm. Speak to your pharmacist for more advice on how to help you remember.
If you take more Bisoprolol than you should, you should contact your doctor or head to A&E as soon as possible.
Do not drive yourself; get someone else to drive you.
Take your medication packaging and any leftover tablets with you so that doctors know exactly what you took and how much.
Drinking alcohol can increase the blood pressure-lowering effects of Bisoprolol. This can lead to feelings of dizziness and light-headedness.
It is advisable to avoid alcohol when first taking Bisoprolol, or when you have had your dose increased, until you can see how the medicine affects you.
If taking Bisoprolol makes you feel dizzy, it is best to avoid alcohol.
Taking Bisoprolol can make some people feel dizzy and light-headed. If you feel this way, you should avoid driving, riding a bike, using tools or operating heavy machinery until you feel it is safe for you to do so.
It is best to see how your medication affects you before you engage in activities which require your concentration.
While bisoprolol starts working after 2 hours of taking it, it may take up to 6 weeks for bisoprolol to reach its peak efficacy.
Bisoprolol stays in your system for 2 to 3 days after you cease treatment.
Weight gain is noted as a rare
While Bisoprolol generally starts to work after about 2 hours, it may take up to 6 weeks for the medicine to reach its peak efficacy.
Bisoprolol can be purchased from Prescription Doctor's UK registered pharmacy. Our online pharmacy offers a discreet and private service, allowing you to purchase your prescription medication online with confidence. All items are dispatched to your door in discreet, tamper-proof packaging with no indications as to its contents or origin.
As well as Bisoprolol, Prescription Doctor stocks a number of different treatments for high blood pressure including:
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