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My doctor recently increased my daily dosage of Levothyroxine from 75mg to 100mg. At night my heart?

Posted 4 Aug 2012 by jan1 6 answers

... seems to beat much faster, keeping me awake. Should I stay on 100mg or reduce it to 75mg again? It is really beginning to worry me and I fear I may have a heart attack.

Is Lisinopril a Beta Blocker or ACE Inhibitor?

Posted 27 Mar 2014 by aquanaut 3 answers

and what is a beta blocker anyway?

What is the best drug for nausea, mylanta, tums or pepto-bismol?

Posted 23 Jan 2013 by Dnini 4 answers

I am taking lots of medication following a heart attack. Could the drugs be causing my nausea

Is a nose bleed associated with side effects of aspirin? my dad is allergic to it but the doctor?

Posted 13 Aug 2013 by brightstar11 4 answers

recommends he take aspirin to thin out his blood. He has had 2 mild strokes and a heart attack in 2mths space of time, he is 86

What is the best time of day to take metoprolol succinate er?

Posted 25 Jan 2014 by cnswhm 3 answers

As most heart attacks occur in the AM, I have heard that taking metoprolol in the PM is better. You would have more medicine on board.

Brilinta duration after stent?

Posted 18 Dec 2014 by Jimq3100 1 answer

I had my heart attack approx. 1 year. ago, I was told to stop taking it after 1 year. Few questions 1. What is other people input as far as how long they took this medicine 2. I am lucky that I don't have any major side effects but after 10 months I developed a anal itch.. weird but it did ...

Can I safely take Paxil and Trazodone together?

Posted 25 Jun 2012 by ebrantley 4 answers

I am 71 years if age and I have been taking Paxil for 15 years to treat depression. I also have not had a good nights sleep in many many years. I had a heart attack 30 days ago and my Dr put me on Trazadone to help sleep. What if anything are the problems these two drugs taken together may cause. I ...

Will Prelief interfere with the drug plavix?

Posted 8 days ago by deottalee 1 answer

I have recently started plavix and read that I should not take drugs like Prilosec, Prozac, Tagamet, Nexium. But, I read that Zantac, Pepcid, Axid are OK. For years I have taken Prelief to cut the acid in some foods that cause ICC discomfort. I can't find any guidance on Prelief and I really ...

Can you have a heart attack or anything while still smoking after 5 weeks of being on Chantix?

Posted 7 Apr 2017 by doris1962 1 answer

I am still smoking and can't seem to quit. I might not smoke 1 day and then smoke for the next week.. This is like my 4th time on Chantix. Please help!!!

Medication propranolol 40mg take one three times a day?

Posted 23 Feb 2017 by Ecroan 2 answers

2nd day on propranolol when will my system get used to them and when will my bad effects go away or light up I get dizziness heavy headed feel drugged tired werid and funny and headaches when will my propranolol fully work on me can you help

What happens after heart surgery?

Posted 30 Jan 2017 by lazzlo 0 answers

So, im wondering what happens after the heart surgery. My father, who suffered a heart attack, had a heart surgery, and was 3 days in coma. After waking up, he started to recover slowly, and started to talk a lot of random stuff, complete nonsense, and cursing. So, can you explain me why does this ...

I take Plavix. What non-NSAID medication can I safely take for arthritis pain and inflammation?

Posted 11 Dec 2011 by michaeljinks 3 answers

I am not supposed to take NSAIDS because I take Plavix daily as a heart attack and heart surgery survivor. What drug can I take to get relief from the pain and the inflammation? The pain is mostly located in my fingers and hands.

Following a heart attack in 2005 I have been taking bisoprolol 2.5?

Posted 19 Jan 2017 by Dinsdale007 0 answers

As a musician I find propranolol more effective for nerves. So on performance days I switch from bisoprolol to 20mg of propranolol and back again the next day. Is this practice safe?

Strattera - How do I find a doctor who can correctly administer ADHD medicine?

Posted 27 Dec 2016 by Quandry 1 answer

My doctor is concerned about my blood pressure (146/70) as it can cause heart attacks and strokes. Don't all ADHD medicines have issues with higher blood pressure, heart attacks, strokes, seizures, etc? Strattera does not work and I'm having issues coming off of it. My doctor is not ...

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