Our expert says:
With the complicated factors you describe, I hpe you are being assessed and treated b a spcialist Psychiatrist and not by only a GP, as the issues are far beyond the skills of a GP.
There are many antidepresants to choose from ( if Depression has been properly diagnosed in the first place ) and they vary in the extent to which they may have effects on the heart and such things as blood pressure and heart rate. Some blood pressure meds work better with some antiidepressants than others, too. The psychiatrist needs to phone and speak to you cardiologist, to work out a plan of action that takes both their concerns and expertise into proper account
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