Fingers & Toes…

26 January 2020… One of the drawbacks I have experienced since surgery is being prescribed Bisoporol… It was administered throughout my stay in hospital both pre and post op… Before I was admitted I was taking Securon once a day… but after taking it for 26 years with no review it was hinted that it could have been a contributor to my heart problems, by relaxing the heart too much requiring the heart to work harder when required. From the day of admission it was history and Bisoporol was introduced… But Bisoporol causes cold fingers and toes and it could be quite alarming… I have now had the dose halved but it still causes the same effect… Fix the aortic valve with surgery and then get screwed by the medication required. Ramipril should be history by Wednesday this coming week so cold fingers and toes crossed.

Published by Councillor Philip Warlow

Community Councillor, Grandfather, survivor of Aortic Valve Replacement

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