Ive been on every combo of Bp and heart pacing meds they have over the past 20 years. Vasotec, Amlodopine, Miacardis, Directics both potassium sparing and not, Lopressor, imdur "a long acting nitrate" Topral, you name it ive been on it or some combo of em.
None ever got my BP down and even ablation surgery didnt stop the Afib. Cpap has. Im on a diuretic and one BP med but pretty sure ill be off one of those as my BP is runing a bit low now after 3 mo on cpap.
I would be careful of amdopoline if you have a tendency toward afib. It has a tendency to cause afib in folks that have it. Though I took it for years no more of that for me thanks.
One I can plainly and without doubt steer you clear of. Beta Pace. I took it for 7 yrs. But it has a known ability to suddenly in some people even after they have been doing well with it, to set up a lethal heart rithyem of its own.
It backfired on me and dropped my HR instantly to into the low 30s. At the ER adrenaline, or nothing else they tried would raise it. Nothing they can give you will break that rythem until the med is out of your system.
It takes five days for it to get out of your system so that is what I spent in intensive care while my cardologist wrung his hand and tried to insist on a pace maker with on board defibillator.
I wouldnt and slowly over five days my HR was back to normal. Take my word for it steer clear of that one.
Cpap will likely take care of the BP troubles in a few months.