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Related terms: Floppy mitral valve, Barlow Syndrome, Myxomatous mitral valve, Billowing mitral valve, Systolic click-murmur syndrome, Prolapsing mitral leaflet syndrome


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I take Tegretol, Atenelol, Valtrex, Estrediol, Amplodipine, Ultram, and Methocarb?

Posted 27 Jan 2017 by janet_bethea 1 answer

My methephatemine levels are off the charts!! Help

Norflex - Is it better or same as gabapentin?

Posted 10 Nov 2016 by Bad gene pool 2 answers

Am having sciatica pain from S1 and L5 lower back and down right leg. Am diabetic and alpha 1 and osteopenia

My mom died after starting Lopressor?

Posted 13 May 2016 by Kristiana 0 answers

Atenolol please help!?

Posted 2 May 2016 by tnbanf2012 1 answer

I went out of town this weekend. last Wednesday I called my local pharmacy to have my atenolol refilled. well they said they would have to fax a refill request. ive never had to wait for that unless I went like a week or two without taking them and until I switched pharmacies. so Thursday I took my ...

HI, I had surgery for mitral valve prolapse and I have atrial fibrillation !?

Posted 7 Apr 2016 by Always freaking out 1 answer

I am on warfarin I noticed my hair falling out about three months after I started taking it then it started really falling out big time I have very long beautiful thick hair , well I used to now I have a quarter of my hair left. I almost had a nervous breakdown for about a week solid that's ...

What level of slow heart rate (bradycardia) is considered dangerous?

Posted 7 Mar 2015 by treegirlva 1 answer

I have been taking bystolic for several months to control anxiety and panic attacks/heart arrhythmias related to Mitral Valve Prolapse. My blood pressure seems to be OK, but my heart rate has steadily decreased over time to 47 bpm. My primary care physician is concerned, but my cardiologist is not. ...

I am interested in knowing if I can take Musinex to alieve my chest congestion related to a cold?

Posted 14 Mar 2016 by cami8 0 answers

i do not take any type of cold medicines that are decongestants because i have mitral valve prolapse with tachycardia. i am taking Allegra as a antihistime... but i've had a cold now for nearly a week and while my sinus is fairly clear by chest is still quite congested. i am wondering if i ...

I'm on Lisinopril 10mg, after surgery 4 regurt. Can I take Bystolic 2.5mg in place of the Lisinopr?

Posted 17 Jan 2016 by Stressed 2 1 answer

I had surgery for the regurgitation in heart, a ring of sorts was put in to help the open and closing of the vaule.I was put on Lisinopril 10mg to help blood flow in heart.

I take 25mg of Atenolol for leaky heart valve, can I take Forskolin for weight loss?

Posted 24 Oct 2015 by Adamscl0818 0 answers

I have no issues with high blood pressure

How can I decrease the dibilitating dizziness and headaches that come from medicines I am on?

Posted 21 Oct 2015 by Warthog71 1 answer

I have recently begun taking Bystolic 20 mg in place of 400mg labetorol and I am very dizzy, nauseous and headachy. I have such dizziness and nausea that I can't even get out of bed for more than a few minutes at a time. This condition was present in a lesser degree for several months but ...

Can bystolic be cut in half?

Posted 26 Feb 2014 by aamamc 1 answer

My dr said I can cut the pill in half (it's 10mg tablets) and take half in the morning and other half in evening. Is there an adjustment period? Will it take a few days to adjust to halving it?

What is a good gout medicine that won't interact with Amiodarone? Apixaban, Metoprolol?

Posted 22 Sep 2014 by sharmass 1 answer

My husband is taking the medicines on my saved list. He is currently experiencing a gout attack in his left foot. Since he cannot take Indomethicin due to drug interactions, is there something else he can take for relief that will not interact with his current medications.

Mitral Valve Prolapse - Where can you go for minimally-invasive mitral valve repair?

Posted 1 Jun 2013 by Jackson44 1 answer

... My wife just underwent robotic mitral valve repair surgery. Dr. Douglas Murphy at St Joseph's Hospital performed the surgery and it was very successful. People come from all over the world to have their mitral valves repaired by this gentleman. He has performed over 1300 mitral valve ...

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