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    resting heart rate

    Hi I'm 49 male my resting heart rate is between 50/53 is this due to my
    medications for angina

    Bisoprolol 10mg 1 Daily
    Aspirin 75mg 1 Daily
    Isosorbide mononitrate modified 60mg 2 Daily
    Clopidogrel 75mg 1 Daily
    Tildiem LA 200mg capsules 2 Daily these was put up yesterday
    Lansoprazole 30mg 1 Daily
    Nicorandil 20mg 2 Daily
    Simvastatin 80mg at Night
    Nitromin Spray

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    Jul 2009

    Re: resting heart rate

    i would say that your slow rate could be the meds.......I'm on bisop/ aspirin/iso and statin and my heart rate at rest is around the 55 mark ......dont worry xx

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    Re: resting heart rate

    Ok pammy1944 thanks for quick reply

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    Jul 2009

    Re: resting heart rate

    Not sure what all those are, but if there's a beta blocker in there, that'll slow the rate down.

    My dad's rate is right down in the 40s! after the meds he's on following a bypass op a few years back. Think it's the beta blockers amongst other things.

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