BRRMARS

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Hi, I'm Brr, i have been through 4 back surgeries, chronic pain, permanent nerve damage, suicide of family member, overdose, addiction, RLS, S. Tachycardia, Depression, Tried to commit suicide myself,... read more

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Just been diagnosed finally that I do have a heart arythmia, and need surgery?

Question asked 11 Feb 2013 6 answers

Support groups: twice-a-day, headache, sotalol, surgery, medication, heart, atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, ventricular arrhythmia, ...

BRRMARS's comment: Actually Dr. Higgins is the pioneer in this field, he has been published in numerous magazines. Dr. Higgins was the founder and remains the director of electrophysiology at Scripps Memorial Hospital, La Jolla. He also serves as co-director of the ...

Just been diagnosed finally that I do have a heart arythmia, and need surgery?

Question asked 11 Feb 2013 6 answers

Support groups: twice-a-day, headache, sotalol, surgery, medication, heart, atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, ventricular arrhythmia, ...

BRRMARS's comment: Will do thanks for your information

Has an anyone had and EPS study?

Question asked 8 Oct 2012 3 answers

Support groups: tachyarrhythmia, chronic, death

BRRMARS's comment: An EPS Study is where like an angyogram, they put a cathater in your groin up to your heart and try to find the source of the arythmia, when they find it they ablate it or cauterize it and it supposed to fix the the problem. I'm going to have this ...

Just been diagnosed finally that I do have a heart arythmia, and need surgery?

Question asked 11 Feb 2013 6 answers

Support groups: twice-a-day, headache, sotalol, surgery, medication, heart, atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, ventricular arrhythmia, ...

BRRMARS's comment: The medication is working wonder's on my heart rate, but the headaches no good, this is the third beta blocker iv'e been on and all of them give me horrible headaches. So i'm not sure what can be done at this pont.

Just been diagnosed finally that I do have a heart arythmia, and need surgery?

Question asked 11 Feb 2013 6 answers

Support groups: twice-a-day, headache, sotalol, surgery, medication, heart, atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, ventricular arrhythmia, ...

BRRMARS's comment: Hiya Kaismama, First they will do an EP study to see which arythmia i have, and then ablate it, if that doesn't work a pacemaker will be put in place.

Just been diagnosed finally that I do have a heart arythmia, and need surgery?

Question asked 11 Feb 2013 6 answers

Support groups: twice-a-day, headache, sotalol, surgery, medication, heart, atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, ventricular arrhythmia, ...

BRRMARS's comment: I also am going to have albalation, if the EP study says that will be useful otherwise it's a pacemaker for me. The Sotalol work's great at brining my heart rate down, but the headaches are a killer, I also was on Cardizam and those gave me ...

Can naproxen cause a false positive on a urine drug test?

Question asked 11 Feb 2013 2 answers

Support groups: naproxen, drug test, marijuana, urine

BRRMARS's answer: Simple answer is NO... THC is the only thing that would make it a positive for marijuana.

Is acetaminaphin available over the counter in 700 mg?

Question asked 11 Feb 2013 2 answers

Support groups: disease

BRRMARS's comment: As far as I know NO, it does not.

Ambien - Does it cause weight gain?

Question asked 11 Feb 2013 1 answer

Support groups: ambien, weight, obesity

BRRMARS's answer: This is what i pulled up on Ambien, it doesn't say anything about weight gain. Applies to zolpidem: oral spray, oral tablet, oral tablet extended release, sublingual tablet Zolpidem may cause a severe allergic reaction. Stop taking zolpidem (the ...

Taking Metanx and neurontin, still have numbness in my legs, will this go away?

Question asked 7 Feb 2013 1 answer

Support groups: metanx, neurontin

BRRMARS's answer: i'm not sure about Metanx, but Nerontin, was a bad experience for me, it made my symptom's worse and the pain and numbness never went away. Again this is only my experience. I would talk to your dr about these symptom's and maybe try something else.

I found some blue sotalol in my house and I want to know if my son is getting high off of it?

Question asked 1 Jun 2010 1 answer

Support groups: sotalol, side effect

BRRMARS's comment: I know it's been a few year's but they do look like zanax, and probably thought that what he was taking. He can lower his heart rate so low it could stop and then that would be a rude wake up call. Please flush the pills and talk to your son about ...

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