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A previous doctor prescribed the bp meds 12 hours apart and that seems to have kept the pressure under control. The routine is Atenolol at 6 a.m. followed by eye drops Brimonidine and then 1 p.m and 9 p.m. The next one, Tomolol after 6:05 a.m. The third one. Zioptan. after 9:05 pm followed afterward by eye lubricant to keep the eye moist during sleep. I guess there might be some interaction between the bp med and eye drops but I am only aware of it in the morning.
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I don't have any concerns about Atenolol but wonder about how it affects the drops I use in combination to control eye pressure for Glaucome Suspect which I have had for the last 20 years. I take the Atenolol at the same time in the morning that I take two of the drops– Brimonidine and Timolol Maleate–and sometimes feel a little lightheaded. The Opthomolist is aware of this but does not seem to know why this happens.
I have been taking Atenolol for a number of years and it has kept my blood pressure stable. At one time at the same time I was also on Lisinoprol which had a number of side effects and didn't do much for keeping the bp under control. At the doctor's office in December 2018 my bp reading was 120/70 The dosage I take is one 25mg Atenolol at 6 a.m and another one at 6 p.m.