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Beta blockers and slow heart rate
The Beta blocker Propranolol 20mg twice daily is a relatively low dose, and will not drop your heart rate or BP to dangerously low levels. The question is why are you taking it? If for PVCs, it will help reduce their frequency. However, you need to make sure your heart is otherwise normal.
Read this blog:
PVCs and a low heart rate
Hope this helps,
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