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Replacing atenolol with Coreg
  1. #1
    Michael Guest

    Default Replacing atenolol with Coreg

    For those of us who need to take a beta blocker atenolol is not the best
    choice. Most beta-blockers raise BG levels.

    Has anyone here tried Coreg. This is a new beta-blocker that promises
    not to raise BG levels.

    I would love to hear from anyone's experience.

    Michael

  2. #2
    John Smith Guest

    Default Re: Replacing atenolol with Coreg

    I'm using coreg and having a roller coaster ride on BG control. The latest
    is to add a chromium supplement.


    "Michael" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:cvSam.456170$[email protected]..
    > For those of us who need to take a beta blocker atenolol is not the best
    > choice. Most beta-blockers raise BG levels.
    >
    > Has anyone here tried Coreg. This is a new beta-blocker that promises not
    > to raise BG levels.
    >
    > I would love to hear from anyone's experience.
    >
    > Michael




  3. #3
    Michael Guest

    Default Re: Replacing atenolol with Coreg

    John Smith wrote:
    > I'm using coreg and having a roller coaster ride on BG control. The latest
    > is to add a chromium supplement.
    >
    >
    > "Michael" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:cvSam.456170$[email protected]..
    >> For those of us who need to take a beta blocker atenolol is not the best
    >> choice. Most beta-blockers raise BG levels.
    >>
    >> Has anyone here tried Coreg. This is a new beta-blocker that promises not
    >> to raise BG levels.
    >>
    >> I would love to hear from anyone's experience.
    >>
    >> Michael

    >
    >

    So John,

    Did you previously use another beta blocker? Did Coreg make things worse?

    Michael

  4. #4
    Freckles Guest

    Default Re: Replacing atenolol with Coreg


    "Michael" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:cvSam.456170$[email protected]..
    > For those of us who need to take a beta blocker atenolol is not the best
    > choice. Most beta-blockers raise BG levels.
    >
    > Has anyone here tried Coreg. This is a new beta-blocker that promises not
    > to raise BG levels.
    >
    > I would love to hear from anyone's experience.
    >
    > Michae


    I used COREG until a generic, CARVEDILOL, replaced it. Both Coreg and the
    much less expennsive Carvedilol have kept my BP in acceptable limits and
    neither has had much if any affect on my BG.

    Freckles




  5. #5
    Alan S Guest

    Default Re: Replacing atenolol with Coreg

    On Sun, 26 Jul 2009 10:12:18 -0500, "John Smith"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >I'm using coreg and having a roller coaster ride on BG control. The latest
    >is to add a chromium supplement.


    Are you sure that is the cause of your BG problems? Have you examined
    your menu using post-meal testing? Read these two links to see what I
    mean:

    http://www.alt-support-diabetes.org/new.php

    http://loraldiabetes.blogspot.com/20...ew-adjust.html


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