Bradycardia is reported only by a few people with Pancreatitis. We study 3 people who have Bradycardia and Pancreatitis from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Pancreatitis (inflammation of pancreas) can be treated by Creon, Colestipol hydrochloride, Prednisone, Vicodin, Pancreatin (latest reports from 28,280 Pancreatitis patients)
Bradycardia (abnormally slow heart action) has been reported by people with breathing difficulty, heart rate increased, hypotension, renal failure acute, diarrhea (latest reports from 84,354 Bradycardia patients).
On Aug, 23, 2016
3 people who have Pancreatitis and Bradycardia are studied.
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64 years old started it several months ago was put on 80 mg twice a day but felt like sick every morning stomach pain so bad it would raise bp up very high. After many trip to the ER for pain control went off it. Than was in the hospital again for another issue and was put on 40mg twice a day. Well after 2 1/2 weeks back in again with another attack. Have not had a pancreas attack in over 20yrs, anyone else deal with this?
I've been on Cymbalta for eight+ years. I've complained to doctors, recently and previously, about pain in my mid upper abdomen. I've had two ultrasounds, some sort of other test where I drank some liquid and they watched with some sort of ???, and now I'm scheduled for an endoscopy. I'm ...
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 .
I have mild acute pancreatitis. I did some research and discovered that implanon can cause pancreatitis,so I had it removed yesterday in hopes my symptoms will subside. Does anyone have experience with this?
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 ...
64 years old started it several months ago was put on 80 mg twice a day but felt like sick every morning stomach pain so bad it would raise bp up very high. After many trip to the ER for pain control went off it. Than was in the hospital again for another issue and was put on 40mg twice a day. ...
I have hereditary chronic pancreatitis. I an now 37 and was diagnosed at the age of 5. I woke up on 6/26/16 with Ulner nerve palsy. NO mobility in my left wrist or fingers. My hand is a claw. I was told to look into a possible relationship between the two and I found this group. Anyone else ...
Hi, I'm new to my diagnosis of Narcolepsy, although I've been all too familiar with the life-robbing symptoms for almost 20 YEARS, before finally giving in and demanding a sleep study. My pancreatitis started as a severe acute episode, then occasionally acute pancreatitis, and now chronic ...
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