Tachycardia is found among people with The flu, especially for people who are female, 40-49 old, take medication Tamiflu and have Influenza. We study 48 people who have Tachycardia and The flu from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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The flu (the flu is caused by an influenza virus) can be treated by Tamiflu, Ibuprofen, Tylenol, Amoxicillin, Pseudoephedrine hydrochloride (latest reports from 22,812 The flu patients)
Tachycardia (a heart rate that exceeds the range of 100 beats/min) has been reported by people with breathing difficulty, macrocheilia, arrhythmias, gestational hypertension, hypotension (latest reports from 75,221 Tachycardia patients).
On Jul, 20, 2016
48 people who have The Flu and Tachycardia are studied.
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Every time I get a cold or flu, my lips become discoloured (extremely pale in the centre, dark or bright red border) and at times feel as if they are on fire -- and then lose all sensation and become extremely dry (to the point of feeling desiccated) until they completely dry. No one seems to have an answer as to why this happens in association with a virus, but now it happens every time I fall ill. Any suggestions?
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 ...
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?
I have been taking Omeprazole for a little over two years...in the last few months my PVC's have increased. I stopped taking Omeprazole and the missed beats also stopped. The only trouble with not taking the med is that my acid reflux is worse. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what ...
I am a 59 1/2 year old male who has been taking a very low dose of Remeron (7.5 mg/night) in order to help me sleep. It works farily well in that regard, but over the past half year of so, I have noticed seveal episodes of flushing in the chest and neck, quivering, fluttering, etc. which I ...
I'm Sherry, 55, taking Wellbutrin and after an ECG discovered that I have an irregular heartbeat and tachycardia. My doctor seemed to ignore that info even though I was trying to understand why I had been feeling terrible all winter. Within three months after the ECG I had a heart attack. I ...
Hi, my name is Henry and I am 59 years old. i had a funny set of symptoms that mainly included very sore muscles for a day, very mild fever for a few days , cold like symptoms and extreme fatigue about two and a half months ago . But most concerning is the tachycardia ( up from usually 57 to ...
DepoMedrol 120 mg , once per two months - injection intramusculair for treatment poly arthritus (reumatoid arthritus) Last experience: three days after injection a bradycardie - less than 40 heartbeats per minute. Hospitalisation required, two days recovery, no medication. Stop the use of ...
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