Get a carvedilol (Coreg) prescription online.
Are you looking to get carvedilol (Coreg) online but don’t want to see a doctor in person? You can get your medication prescribed online in minutes and delivered straight to your door — from your phone, tablet, or computer.
How to get carvedilol (Coreg) online in Canada with Maple
First, choose your symptoms
Select your symptoms within the Maple app so the doctor can evaluate your needs.
Consultations start at $49 and include the prescriptions for carvedilol (Coreg) if you and the doctor determine it’s suitable for you.
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Next, you'll hear from the doctor
Once you’ve entered your symptoms, a doctor will review your case. You’ll be speaking directly with the doctor over chat or video — whichever you feel more comfortable with.
If they’re able to help, your visit will start; if they can’t help, you’ll be notified before your consultation begins and you won’t be charged. You’re only charged if you speak with a Maple doctor.
Get your medication
You'll get a prescription right on Maple, so you can send it to any pharmacy for pickup, or you can have it shipped with free delivery.
Note: Maple is not a pharmaceutical manufacturer, nor are we an online pharmacy. This means you'll need to buy the medication from the pharmacy itself once you have your prescription.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is carvedilol (Coreg) and how does it work?
Carvedilol is a medication that functions as an alpha and beta-blocker. This means it helps protect your heart and improves the blood flow through your arteries and veins.
A Coreg prescription does this by blocking the effects of some naturally produced substances on your blood vessels and heart, such as epinephrine.
This helps to lower your blood pressure, slow your heart rate and reduce the amount of strain put on your heart and circulatory system.
What are the uses for carvedilol (Coreg)?
You might be given a carvedilol prescription online to treat issues like congestive heart failure and hypertension (high blood pressure).
A carvedilol prescription can also be used to treat patients who’ve experienced a heart attack, to improve chances of survival if their heart isn’t pumping as strongly as it should be.
How do you use carvedilol (Coreg)?
Coreg is available as a tablet or an extended release capsule. Both of these are to be taken orally.
Don’t ever exceed the recommended dosage listed on your prescription. This medication should be taken with food.
If you’re just starting your Coreg prescription, or your doctor has just increased your dosage, you may experience dizziness or light-headedness within the first 30 minutes of taking the dose. This is normal, and patients should avoid operating vehicles or machinery during this time.
What are the side effects and risks of carvedilol (Coreg)?
Common side effects while taking a carvedilol prescription include:
- Prickling or tingling sensations
- Back pain
- Unusual fatigue or weakness
Other less common side effects include:
- Sore throat
- Runny nose
- Weight loss
- Stomach or abdominal pain
- Blurred or changed vision
- Changes in sexual desire or performance
- Muscle stiffness or pain
- Joint stiffness or pain
- Cold hands or feet
As well, you should speak to a doctor immediately if you begin to experience:
- Severe dizziness, light-headedness or fainting
- Chest pain, tightness or heaviness
- Swelling of the feet, ankles or lower legs
- Weight gain
- Shortness of breath
- Slow heartbeat
Patients experiencing these symptoms could be having an allergic reaction to Coreg.
Who should not take carvedilol (Coreg)?
Even if you have been given a prescription, before you accept a carvedilol prescription online be sure to tell your doctor if you’ve ever had:
- A thyroid disorder
- Angina (chest pain)
- Kidney or liver disease
- A history of allergies
- Pheochromocytoma (a tumor on the adrenal gland)
- Circulation issues
You shouldn’t take a Coreg prescription if you have:
- Severe liver disease
- A serious heart condition (i.e. heart block, ‘Sick Sinus Syndrome’, slow heart rate)
- Emphysema (long-term, progressive lung disease)
It’s not currently known whether carvedilol can harm an unborn or nursing baby. You shouldn’t breastfeed while taking this medication.
If you have any questions about the medication, you can speak to a doctor on Maple by registering for an account.
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