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Flecainide acetate has active ingredients of flecainide acetate. It is often used in atrial fibrillation/flutter. (latest outcomes from Flecainide acetate 3,850 users)
Abnormal withdrawal bleeding (abnormal uterine bleeding) (latest reports from 259 Abnormal withdrawal bleeding patients).
On Aug, 25, 2016
No report is found.
My BP has always been at low end of normal. Ditto my HR. Take Metoprolol. I have just been ptescrobed Glevainidd pill in pocket - 300mg at onset. I was reluctant to take that much until I knew how it would effect me. Took 100mg when I woke up and still on afib, 50mg rep hrs later per doc. I ...
Hi... Been on flecainide since 1997. After reaching max dose (300 mg/day) I had cardiac ablation. After 2 years bigeminy PVC's started again. Last year, my EP told me I need to take propranolol with the flecainide. After my last visit he said I could just stop the flecainide and continue ...
My mother is 81 years old and on flecanide for Afib. She is supposed to begin rivistgmine in a few weeks. Her doctors told her the patch was ok and the pill version would interfere with her flecanide. The patch is almost unaffordable for her. Any experience with this or suggestions?
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