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Posted 1 May 2014 by jfinc2 • 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 14 Oct 2016 by Priestman • 0 answers
... appreciate their saying it reduces mortality rate and hospital admissions but does it have any impact on day to day symptons; breathlessness, fatigue etc?
Posted 17 Sep 2016 by Big Alan • 0 answers
I have atrial fibrillation. Doctor sent me to A & E. They put m e on Xarelto - 20mg. No side effects. Saw Cardiologist 6 weeks later who added Digoxin 0.125mg and Bisoprolol 1.25mg. Awful side effects within 3 days of taking them - terrible fatigue, disrupted sleep, onset of depression - which ...
My mom is 75 years old she was taking metropropol 50mg once daily about 5 months ago her cardiologi?
Posted 16 Sep 2016 by olgalopez • 1 answer
her cardiologist told her to take only half once a day I have notice about 2 weeks ago her feet are getting swollen my question is, is the metropropol that she is taking causing the swelling on her legs
Posted 21 Aug 2016 by jdbrinker450 • 1 answer
Weightlifter/calisthenics/boxing enthusiast here have been given a 25 lb weight limit and have been told at this point and time I can still do calisthenics with no valsalva breathing and to stop short of muscle failure... what guidelines have others received in terms of exercise or if you have ...
Posted 3 Aug 2016 by MomaNicko1 • 1 answer
He recently seen a cardiologist for panic attacks and flutter in his heart. Why didn't he address the anxiety
Is it okay to take pravastatin 20 mg once a day prescribed by a cardiologist and naproxen sodium 220
Posted 14 Jul 2016 by gilberte21047 • 1 answer
... mg for pain of shoulder twice a day? Age 69, female, never been in hospital or had surgery, have osteoporosis and take no medication for that.
Posted 17 Apr 2016 by Jellybean3009 • 2 answers
I asked my cardiologist if there was an antidote yet and he said yes, don't worry. I have searched all over the web and cannot find anywhere there's an antidote. He was so quick to prescribe this drug and I was reluctant to start it. It makes me wonder if Drs are getting a kickback from ...
Posted 1 Apr 2016 by Sweeper41 • 1 answer
My general practitioner prescribed 20 mg Pravastatin daily. A couple of years later a Cardiologist prescribe 20 mg Simvastatin daily and told me to stop the Pravastin, which I did. According to a drug dictionary they are the same drug, just different manufacturer. Friends that are taking other ...
I went into the hospital the end of March with CHF and Pneumonia. I was taking Metformin 100mg 2 per
Posted 19 May 2016 by Dlhusk • 0 answers
... day and glipizide 10 mg twice per day. They changed me to Humilin N pen. Then I went to my Cardiologist and he put me on Jardiance.None of these worked so last week I went to my PC lPN and she put ne on on Tresiba pen 10-12 units daily, it is doing nothing? I am about ready to stop everything ...
Posted 5 May 2016 by Loridyas64 • 0 answers
I take Isosorbine Mononitrate 30mg extended release. Can it be taken twice daily. It only lasts 12 hours and then the chest pains are back again. I go to see my Cardiologist next week, but I really hate these damn chest pains
Posted 9 May 2016 by Bairr • 1 answer
I took inderal for cardiac PVCs for a while (in early 2015) but stopped because of nighttime hallucinations (my cardiologist and I agreed it was best). In later 2015 (October or November, I forget) I was put on it again for migraines and the hallucinations started again after a month give or take, ...
Posted 20 Mar 2016 by totallyforgiven • 1 answer
I have an ascending aortic aneurysn (4.5 cm), plus 3 leaky heart valves. My cardiologist says not to worry, when I ask how bad the valves are leaking, he said they are acceptable. I an 54 years old, never smoked, never drank alcohol, never used drugs, etc, but aneurysm's are nothing to take ...
Posted 6 Mar 2016 by totallyforgiven • 0 answers
I have an ascending aortic aneurysn (4.5 cm), plus 3 leaky heart valves. My cardiologist says not to worry, when I ask how bad the valves are leaking, he said they are acceptable. I an 54 years old, never smoked, never drank alcohol, never used drugs, etc. Should I be concerned?
Posted 13 Mar 2016 by sheribell • 0 answers
I had an echocardiogram done before my hysterectomy and I was told after the suegery that I have carotid artery disease and arterial fibrillation. I am being referred to a cardiologist for care.