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Is it normal to still have heart arrhythmia while taking metoprolol? My dr. says not to worry it is?

Posted 31 Jan 2013 2 answers

... about 80% controlled. How do I get my anxiety under control? I think about this everyday hoping it won't happen today. I can go a few days fine and then it starts to flutter. Then I am right back to the constant anxiety. How do I relax?

Metoprolol tartrate - How can I lose weight while taking metoprolol?

Posted 30 Jul 2017 1 answer

Will something like a Nutri System plan work. I have two bad knees so exercise is limited

Seroquel Side Effect - Tachycardia?

Posted 19 Aug 2017 1 answer

Was just diagnosed with Sinus Tachycardia by my general physician, did echocardiogram heart structure and everything was fine. Holter monitor 24 hr showed heart was still beating too fast (sinus tachycardia). I'm concerned it could be the seroquel, but I'm wondering if its not the ...

Can sertraline from different manufacturers cause different side effects or even severe reactions?

Posted 20 Jan 2012 2 answers

I have been switched to sertraline from zoloft and have been experiencing SVT, hot flashes, migraines, tremors, high anxiety and severe panic attacks. Can these side effects from the ingredients in the generic zoloft.

Long term advers effects of oral verapamil?

Posted 17 Apr 2012 1 answer

I take metoprolol tartrate a 100mg twice a day should I work while taking this?

Posted 2 Jun 2016 2 answers

It makes me real tired and sluggish and weak when I take it always feel fatigue and light headed also feel depressed since I have been taking it

Atrial Fibrillation - Hello, I am new to this, so I am a 45 yr old female with A-fib, flutter and?

Posted 21 Jun 2012 5 answers

... SVT, have had this for 10 years now, on all types of meds, I feel like this pesty a-fib is controlling me instead of me controlling it, does anyone else feel this way

Can tachyardia go away on its own?

Posted 25 Dec 2012 2 answers

Hi! I was recently diagnosed with supraventricular tachycardia,it started back in June,but I was just properly diagnosed this month. I am on medication now,but I wonder if it can go away on its own? How many of you who have it,have ever had an ablation or cardio version? If so how did it work? I am ...

I've been taking 1 seroquel (25mg) at night for the last 6 nights. Is it safe to just stop?

Posted 5 Sep 2015 2 answers

I have a heart condition known as SVT. I haven't had any SVT symptoms for many years so I neglected to mention it to my doctor when he prescribed me wellbutrin and seroquel. Since starting these meds I've been experiencing irregular heartbeats and SVT episodes. I called my doctor and he ...

I've been on Flecainide for 20 years. (100mg 2X day until just recently when it was bumped up to?

Posted 3 Apr 2016 2 answers

... 150mg 2X day) Any info on long term use. Had two ablations and may be looking at No. 3 soon. The 150's seem to be doing a good job on the a fib and SVT, but they still come to visit occasionally. (67 yr old male/good health/resting heart rate on 150mg tabs is mid to low 40's)

How long will it take for Metoprolol to stop my heart skips?

Posted 18 Aug 2011 2 answers

I have been taking Metoprolol Er Sucinate 25 MG for 3 days now and my heart is still skipping beats?I went to the ER the other night and I was diagnosed with sinus tachycardia with premature atrial complexes and I was prescribed 25mg of metoprolol er succinate but the "heart skips" have ...

Supraventricular Tachycardia - I have svt and I wake in the middle of night with a fast heart beat?

Posted 12 May 2013 2 answers

Also the SVT seems to occur more after I eat a large meal.

Metoprolol - Anyone taking Metropolol only during SVT symptoms?

Posted 3 Jan 2015 2 answers

My primary care physician gave me Metropolol (50mg) to take only when I have SVT symptoms which is 1-2 times a month. It works maybe 15% of the time. My mother has afib and asked her cardiologist about this, who said you have to take Metropolol all the time for it to be effective, and not just when ...

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