Thank you for your question. Here is some general information about potential side effects of your medications. As far as specific medication advice we recommend following the advice of your physician.
Potential side effects of beta-blockers include: in >10 % of people taking them: mental depression, tiredness, weakness, dizziness
In 1-10% Bradycardia (slow heart rate), wheezing, irregular heart beat, reduced peripheral circulation, heartburn
In <1% Rash, chest pain, constipation, decreased sexual activity, itching, nausea, vomiting, stomach discomfort, insomnia, heart failure, nightmares, confusion, headache, impotence, cold extremities.
Potential side effects of zestril include cough, dizziness and increased potassium and dercreased kidney function. Potential side effects of hydrochlorothiazide include dizziness and low potassium.
I would suggest seeing your doctor and discussing your symptoms.
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