Abnormal dreams is found among people who take Cardizem, especially for people who are female, 60+ old , have been taking the drug for < 1 month, also take medication Chantix, and have Smoking cessation therapy . We study 15,073 people who have side effects while taking Cardizem from FDA and social media. Among them, 42 have Abnormal dreams. Find out below who they are, when they have Abnormal dreams and more.
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Cardizem has active ingredients of diltiazem hydrochloride. It is often used in high blood pressure. (latest outcomes from Cardizem 20,682 users)
Abnormal dreams has been reported by people with quit smoking, depression, high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol (latest reports from 21,712 Abnormal dreams patients).
On Oct, 23, 2016
15,073 people reported to have side effects when taking Cardizem.
Among them, 42 people (0.28%) have Abnormal Dreams
* Approximation only. Some reports may have incomplete information.
** Reports from social media are used.
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I was diagnosed with hyperinflation of the lungs one week after having an ablation procedure on my heart. It was a little confusing, because the surgeon accidentally nicked my lung with a catheter, causing a pneumothorax (collapsed lung). The first week after my ablation, I felt great, and all of my vital signs were good. Then, days before my follow-up, I started having difficulty breathing and chest discomfort. The medical student (!) who called me 4 days after my follow up chest X-ray told me I had hyperinflation of the lungs, and said it was probably due to COPD or emphysema, neither of which I have. He couldn't answer any questions. I'm a non-smoker, and when I'm tested, my 02 level is always between 98 and 100. I was running and swimming with no problem until recently. Somehow, intuitively, I stopped taking Cardizem yesterday, and as of today, I feel like I am improving. I left a message for my electrocardiologist letting him know that I have stopped taking that calcium channel blocker. My question is: why isn't this listed as a possible side-effect? Did I miss that warning somehow? I went through days and nights of discomfort and worry because I couldn't breathe. But as of today, I feel like I'm improving. It was a comfort to find this group.
Hello, nice to meet you. I'm trying to determine if Carvidelol could be causing my 'BIG DREAMS' late in the night a couple of hours before I wake up or get up. Thanks for any help on learning the cause of these big dreams, some happy, some nightmares. But vivid!
I was diagnosed with hyperinflation of the lungs one week after having an ablation procedure on my heart. It was a little confusing, because the surgeon accidentally nicked my lung with a catheter, causing a pneumothorax (collapsed lung). The first week after my ablation, I felt great, and all ...
I have been on flomax for a short time, and have had a lot of side effects. Stuffy nose, muscle weakness, hives, vivid dreams and even heart arrhythmia. There is FDA approved medicine with far fewer side affects. Flomax is not FDA approved.
Hi Folks, I have been on flomax for 3 days, and am having weird and very vivid dreams. I wake up, and I am disoriented. The dream stays with me for about 10 minutes. I dream I am at the beach, talking with people and enjoying the view. I asked someone the name of the beach, and was told ...
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