Addiction - drug is found among people who take Atenolol, especially for people who are female, 60+ old , have been taking the drug for < 1 month, also take medication Oxycontin, and have Pain . We study 91,465 people who have side effects while taking Atenolol from FDA and social media. Among them, 198 have Addiction - drug. Find out below who they are, when they have Addiction - drug and more.
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Atenolol has active ingredients of atenolol. It is often used in high blood pressure. (latest outcomes from Atenolol 114,131 users)
Addiction - drug has been reported by people with drug abuse and dependence, drug abuse, pain, depression, drug dependence (latest reports from 39,900 Addiction - drug patients).
On Oct, 21, 2016
91,465 people reported to have side effects when taking Atenolol.
Among them, 198 people (0.22%) have Addiction - Drug
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Fourteen months ago, at age 61, I suddenly developed Peyronie's disease. At first I didn't notice but my wife mentioned it to me. It was full length but down and off to the left at first. The physiological effect of seeing it that way caused some problems initially but intercourse was still good. Over the course of the next month or two it changed directions a few times and then seemed to became softer at the tip (causing penetration difficulties) and finally settled for good, - straight ahead but with a bend an inch or two from the body pointing down towards the floor at a full 90 degree angle. We thought we were pretty inventive but this makes intercourse impossible. I started reading everything possible about Peyronie's and was not excited about the surgery options. The best advice seemed to be to wait 1 to 2 years before trying anything to see if it would improve on is own. Nothing changed for many months and then 3 months ago I read that Peyronie's could be caused by taking Atenolol. I strongly suspected this may be my problem because Atenolol is the only drug I take and from what I've read, it causes the more severe form of Peyronie's like mine (60 to 90 degree angles). I think most people have Peyronie's with mild angles more like 30 degrees. Also, I've had no injuries or anything else that could explain my Peyronie's. My cardiologist has had me on 25 mg of Atenolol for about 15 years strictly as a preventative. I called him and he said to stop taking it immediately. I stopped and also at the same time started taking 400 IU of Vitamin E daily. I have no idea if the Vitamin E helped or not. Within 3 weeks my angle went from 90 degrees to 60 degrees. At 60 degrees intercourse is not a problem, but at first, there was a kind of burning sensation at the time of ejaculation. This has gotten better and better and now it is only at the very last thrust and the feeling of it is much reduced. Also, the spot where the bend starts may be changing and other characteristics like an indentation seem to be a little different. The end of the penis seems harder again making penetration easy. I'm not totally sure of the degree of all these changes but things seem to be getting better and better. My wife and I are happy with the improvement and I'm happy to avoid surgery. For those that need a beta blocker like Atenolol, maybe a different drug could be taken that won't cause Peyronie's. My cardiologist seems to think I'm a rare case having Atenolol cause this problem but I don't think anyone really knows yet how common or uncommon it may be.
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Fourteen months ago, at age 61, I suddenly developed Peyronie's disease. At first I didn't notice but my wife mentioned it to me. It was full length but down and off to the left at first. The physiological effect of seeing it that way caused some problems initially but intercourse was still ...
My name is Seahawn and I have been taking Atenolol and Irbesartan for about 7 months. I was searching the side effects and one click lead to another click and I found this group. I have been having some other symptoms which caused to do some searching.
I have ms and the doctor has prescribed atenolol. I am really worried about taking it. Filled the prescription but keep reading all these sight effects. I live by myself. Go to work everyday but I just don't feel comfortable. Any advise would be great or experience with this.....pls
I'm 60 years old and have been on atenolo for a good while ,at least 2to3years . Over this time I have gradually lost my labito . I have lost weight and have been exercising so my doctor took me off of it. A while back I was put on prozac for depression and thought it was my problem but I've ...
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