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Carvedilol is a prescription beta blocker. It is indicated for the treatment of:

  • Angina pectoris or chest pain from the heart
  • Stable, chronic heart failure in addition to standard medicines used to treat heart failure
  • High blood pressure or hypertension

Carvedilol is also used after a heart attack to improve the chances of survival if the heart is not pumping blood well. Lowering blood pressure helps prevent heart attack, stroke, and kidney problems. Carvedilol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent that works by blocking the receptors of the adrenergic nervous system. This prevents the nerve from releasing an adrenergic chemical known as norepinephrine that stimulates the heart muscle to beat more rapidly and forcefully. Carvedilol also blocks the receptors in the arteries causing it to relax and the blood pressure to lower.


Why Buy Carvedilol?

Carvedilol is an effective beta-blocker that’s FDA-approved. It’s a first-choice treatment for heart attack and heart failure. This beta blocker reduces the risk of second heart attack by 40% and increases the chances of survival of patients with congestive heart failure. Although it’s not a first-choice treatment for high blood pressure, it’s a first-choice drug for the prevention of angina pectoris.

How to Take Carvedilol?

Take Carvedilol exactly as directed. Your dose depends on your age, condition being treated and how you react to the first dose. The typical dose for an adult with heart function problem is 6.25 mg two times a day. Your doctor may increase your dose after 3 to 10 days to 12.5 mg two times a day. The maximum recommended dose is 25 mg a day.

The recommended dose for the treatment of high blood pressure is 6.25 mg twice a day. The dose may be increased after 7 to 14 days based on the blood pressure level. The maximum recommended dose is 50 mg a day.

Take it with food to reduce the risk of side effects.

Things to Remember

  • Do not stop taking your medication without informing your doctor. Stopping your medication all of a sudden can worsen your chest pain; cause your heart rhythm to change or heart attack.
  • This medication can cause a decrease in your heart rate. If this happens, talk to your doctor so your doctor may decrease your dose. It may also cause loss of consciousness due to very low blood pressure.
  • Carvedilol can make your blood sugar level low.
  • Do not use Carvedilol if you have:
    • AN uncontrolled heart failure
    • A decreased liver function
    • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or COPD
    • History of asthma
    • Very low blood pressure
    • Untreated tumor of the adrenal gland
  • Use with care among patients with:
    • A severe form of chest pain
    • Diabetes
    • Poor blood circulation in the artery
    • An overactive thyroid gland
    • Abnormal muscle weakness
    • Psoriasis

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