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Posted 1 May 2014 by • 2 answers
Cardiologist prescribed Atenolol for constant Pcvs. However my heart rate is typically between 30-40 which I was told was caused by PCVS. Just wondering if this is really a safe option and how this could possibly help.
Posted 22 Feb 2018 by • 1 answer
Some cardiologists say it can be discontinue after 6 months as long as the patient can take baby aspirin instead. Others say that the endothelial coating in a stent takes 3 months so why wait one year? Does anyone has heard something different? My husband started Brilinta on Sept 2017 and has been ...
Posted 15 days ago by • 0 answers
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Posted 26 Mar 2018 by • 0 answers
My cardiologist said I can't take anything for ED because I take a nitrate. I am very depressed and am having trouble dealing with this.
Posted 27 Feb 2018 by • 0 answers
I've been diagnosed with WPW and was given a prescription for Coreg. My EF is 40-45 at the moment. I'm hesitant to take it because I've yet to see a cardiologists and It seems to be a serious drug. I would like to know, is this a "lifer" drug or is it something that you can ...
Posted 29 Jan 2018 by • 0 answers
Hello, I am confused because I had an echocardiogram at my cardiologist's office, which placed my EF at 45, then a couple of months later, I had an MRI at a hospital lab, which placed my EF at 28. Finally, about a month later I had another echo, again at my cardiologist's office, which ...
Posted 23 Jan 2018 by • 0 answers
I am new to this medication and wonder if its side effects could cause more problems. I wonder if I would be better to avoid it, It is a new Cardiologist who is putting me on this med. I had a heart attack 25 years ago and have a heart valve that leaks. Is this med. really necessary. I do not have ...
Posted 1 Nov 2017 by • 1 answer
Taking 120 mg verapamil- one cardiologist said to wait to see if verapamil works before starting blood thinner another one wants to start it now
Posted 29 Oct 2017 by • 1 answer
... News or CNN about the risks of taking an oral Potassium pill if you have an artificial heart valve because they may not dissolve completely and therefore sticks to the valve causing problems. Niacin is better. I can not find any further information. Can you please clarify this? This was either ...
Posted 12 Nov 2017 by • 0 answers
... for 48 hours and?
Posted 3 Sep 2017 by • 1 answer
I received conflicting instructions from two of my cardiologists - One said I will need to take Plavix for the rest of my life And the other said I should Not take it any more. I'm 79. Which is correct? .
Posted 7 Aug 2017 by • 0 answers
Cardiologist originally prescribed brand name Exforge 5/160 (geriatric female) in 2013. Took brand name until 2016 then pharmacy switched to generic amlodipine/valsartan 5/160. Began having issues with tachycardia and bradycardia (24) shortly thereafter. Anyone know if there have been any ...
Posted 28 Jun 2017 by • 0 answers
I had a catheter ablation 1 month ago for arrhythmia. I also have angina. My cardiologist has just changed my medication from a twice daily beta blocker to verapamil 120 MR taken once daily. My palpitations have returned with a vengeance also a horrid thumping feeling! I am only on day two of ...
Posted 14 Jul 2017 by • 0 answers
My doctor told me I might need to have a ablation to help with Afib. As the drug pamphlet says that stopping Xarelto cold is not a good idea, so what should I do? My cardiologist said I would have to stop any blood thinners. I just had my first visit with him and he seems very knowledgeable and I ...
Posted 16 Jun 2017 by • 0 answers
Hi, my son was born with WPW and was rechecked at 3 years by a cardiologist. He was not very cooperative during the EKG but the reading came back that he had outgrown WPW. He is now 13 and has never had any symptoms from what I know. I did check him with my home blood pressure cuff just for fun and ...