20 Oct 2010
Time of the day - either in the morning or evening has not been documented, however please take digoxin with a full glass of water & try to take the medication at the same time every day. The best would be to seek advice from the doc/pharmacist who prescribed the med. Take care, be well.
- Digoxin Information for Consumers
- Digoxin Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Digoxin (detailed)
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... levels as I am diabetic and have noticed that the level gone out of control. Could this be due to the Digoxin tablets
1 answer • 19 May 2010
I have AFIB & take digoxin but increase doseage without showing any signs of improvement
1 answer • 2 Feb 2011
my mother has had to stop digoxin after more that 30 years and she is having some difficulty. It is like she isn't here. Feels very faint and ...
1 answer • 14 Jun 2011
I am in A-fib for the past two weeks and my heart rate still is not controlled so they added Digoxin is too much?? Has anyone been on both?
1 answer • 29 Sep 2011
She is 65 years old lady/ non smoker / no HBP or diabetic/ standard n active/ weight 55kg / 157cm
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