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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.
Posted 27 Mar 2014 by aquanaut • 3 answers
and what is a beta blocker anyway?
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
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
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.
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 ...
Posted 22 May 2012 by caroljack • 3 answers
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 ...
Posted 10 Nov 2016 by gbsn • 0 answers
I have been taking Brilinta (ticagrelor) since Feb 2016, along with metoprolol and atorvastatin. Since March I have been experiencing Restlessness, Irritability, some breathing difficulty, and short 1 second chest pains. Doctors say these are not documented so they dont know why this happens. ...
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Posted 17 Oct 2016 by angelbunny1998 • 0 answers
Please provide actual numbers for each component of the vital signs.
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