Arrhythmias (Tachycardia aggravated): Irregular heartbeat
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I am a 70 year old women raised in the Mississippi Valley. I completed a year on the anti fungal drug after diagnosis with disseminated histoplasmosis. I am now newly diagnosed with bradycardia & related symptoms & undergoing testing. Do you give treatment suggestions? Many thanks!
1. After taking Allegra for approx. 10 years for urticaria ( skin rash ) I was able to find that present heart arrhythmia maybe due to the use of Allegra 180 mg Tablets 2. I need to get information on the relationship of Heart Arrhythmia due to use of Allegra - Oral - 180 mg Tablets to easy skin rash urticaria symptoms. 3. Is there a way of restoring normal HR heart function after not longer taking Allegra 180 mg Tablets...? Thanks for the info.
am having a bradycardia of 60 beats/min since i started the sertraline of 50mg/day , am also having dyspnea and feeling tired all the time , this is so annoying , am asking if this is serious and if i should stop the sertraline .
My daughter took an overdose of Seroquel and Celexa almost a year ago. Later that day she had her first episode of arrhythmia. She has not taken seroquel since that day but the arrhythmia has not been corrected. She has been seeing a cardiologist who says this cannot be fixed. But the doctors won't say if this is due to the overdose. Has anyone heard of this or know what might be done ?
Have been taking Atenolol for very high blood pressure and Arrythmia for 2 1/2 weeks, I have been feeling really tired, no motivation to do anything and lightheaded/dizzy, could this be because of the Atenolol?
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with a normal resting heartrate around 100 from school time, at age 56, a cardiologist recommended Tenormin (beta blocker) 25 mg a day. Used for 4 years when suddenly discovered arrythmia and lowering BP n heart rate. Holter Monitoring detected pause of 2.2 seconds. No symptoms associated. Worked well. Travelled around the world few times. Tenormin stopped and Hyzaar 50mg/12.5 using for last 2 years when again arrythmia surfaced. I use viagra 50mg hardly once a month. No diabetes, HDL 50plus, LDL 130, BP around 120/80 and HR around 65-85. Normal life still going on, but taking care. No obessity. No smoking. No alcohols.
My 20 year old daughter died on September 22,2016. Her toxicology report indicated no other drugs in her system besides chromium picolinate. LA corner's office are saying she died of natural causes due to obesity. She did not have diabetes, hypertension, and/or hear disease. She had no prior history of arrhythmias prior to taking this medication. What can we do? It's hard enough losing a child, but to say she died from simple obesity is devastating to our family. Her autopsy report indicated all organs were non remarkable. I believe further study should be looked into this drug before anyone else has to suffer such a significant lost. The
I just started Cymbalta 10 days ago and for the past few days my heart rate has been going down as low as 37 bpm. I'm extremely fatigued and having chest pains. I want to know if others have bad similar experiences.
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