Our expert says:
Beta blockers such as Bilocor commonly cause cold hands and feet. In addition, beta blockers are no longer regarded by many experts as first line therapy for high blood pressure.
My advice would be to see your doctor and discuss the possibility of changing from Bilocor to another drug for blood pressure - eg an ACE inhibitor or angiotensin receptor blocker (ARB). One of these should control your blood pressure with warm hands and feet!
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