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My father is having right bundle branch block from 15 yrs and he is on isosorbitrate and clopidegral

Posted 2 days 8 hours ago by Mariyam bai 0 answers

... anticoagulant drugs. Now he is having knee problem can he take melocicam 15 mg daily with these drugs.is it safe to take with this drugs or it may cause problem please give me ur valuable advise

Is there a list of drugs that are not safe if you have left bundle branch block?

Posted 12 Jun 2017 by tojeanne 0 answers

The fine print that came with cyclobenzoprine came with warning not to use if you have heart block yet it was prescribed for me. A list would be helpful to docs as well as patients. How about having a place for "conditions" along with the interactions checker?

Losartan can = Heart Block can = needing a pace maker?

Posted 30 Jul 2016 by Nanster59 0 answers

I took Losartan for 3 wks in Oct 2015. I developed a heart block so I stopped taking it and my heart returned to normal in 5 days. Within the next 9 months, I had heart block again 3 times, but then I became symptomatic so I had to have a pace maker or risk sudden death or ??? Has anyone else had ...

Can the metoprolol cause a first degree AV heart block?

Posted 27 Jan 2016 by Defector39 0 answers

I had several EKG in the last year and one yesterday (have to have one before each appointment with my cardiologist) and 3 out of 4 of them show a first degree heart block, with a PR interval between 210 and 240. Is it normal that the metoprolol cause a first degree heart block? I ask my ...

Metoprolol Succinate ER - Can low dose metoprolol actually help control Left bundle branch block?

Posted 25 Jan 2015 by videplaul 1 answer

My LBBB post AV replacement diminished with physical exersize (oppisit of typical effect). I was on 12.5 mg metoprolol/day and stopped about 8 months ago after years of excellent stress ECHO exams. Since then my EF has significanly dropped from 60% to 39% and MI deteriorated. Is it possible the ...

How does a person stay positive after autoimmune diagnosis?

Posted 23 Jan 2014 by bkjr61 3 answers

I am a 52 yr old female diagnosed w/fibromyalgia in 2006,followed by positive ANA resulting in possible lupus (daughter diagnosed w/lupus in 1997,age 11).DR.along w/ labs show undifferentiated mixed connective tissue disease now seeing more signs of scleroderma.I see a PCP. rheumatologist, ...

Heart Block - Can you fly with a left bungle branch block?

Posted 16 Aug 2012 by DedeJrVIII 1 answer

My mother has recently been diagnosed with LBBB and we want to go away abroad but we dont know wether she can fly with the heart block, if anyone knows anything please help us.. Thanks :))

Would Panadol Osteo be safe to use when suffering from av heart block?

Posted 26 May 2011 by mary Gill 1 answer

I am on a list of other medications... amiloretic,Eltroxin, Glucophage, Combivent inhaler, Zildem caps.,dispirin CArdiocare, Prexum, Aspavor. Anti inflamatories were ceased last year , and I need something to help with the joint inflamation... I cannot find the Panadol Osteo here in South Africa, ...

What will happen if I stop taking Cardizem?

Posted 8 Sep 2010 by Bobbie Tina 1 answer

I have been taking it close to fifteen years. I have developed First Degree AV block & Right Bundle Branch Block. Extremely tired all the time, Moody, nervous, no get up & go. Have gained weight, feet & legs swell, my right hand & head shakes. my liver showed "enlarged" in ...

Heart Disease - Does left bundle branch block cause chest pain? I have it every evening, but my?

Posted 9 Oct 2010 by mariaramsey 2 answers

... cardiologist does not think it is heart related. I just had heart cathetherization (angiogram) done and it was normal. Does anyone have the same problem?

I have been taking atacand for the past 9yrs with atenenol for my crazy heart beats,but in time i've

Posted 5 Dec 2009 by villa777 1 answer

... found that my heart rate has slowed down. I started to have first to second degree heart block about a year ago.They took me off of the atenenol slowly to raise my heart rate, which it did to a certain degree. However, my heart rate still slows down to between 35-50 beats at bedtime. I'm ...

What would be the consequences of Bradyarrhythmia for a post MI patient?

Posted 14 Aug 2009 by sukumaran 1 answer

What could be expected if pacemaker choice is delayed. Is there any Ayurvedic cure to improve the heart rates?

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