Flecainide acetate and Abnormal withdrawal bleeding - from FDA reports
There is no Abnormal withdrawal bleeding reported by people who take Flecainide acetate yet. This review analyzes which people have Abnormal withdrawal bleeding with Flecainide acetate. It is created by eHealthMe based on reports from FDA, and is updated regularly.
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On Oct, 22, 2017
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Questions to the study
My doctor suggested taking Flecainide for my A Fib. But I am hesitant after reading all the side effects, I already have Glaucoma and have had surgery for that, I don't need more eye issues, Also have Acid Reflux which I control with diet appears that might be an issue as well. I am currently ...
Three weeks after starting Flecainide developed severe upper abdominal pain with violent vomiting about every 3 to 4 months and recently once a mont for the last 3 months. Have been hospitalized for this symptom resulting with 3 CAT scans and several abdominal exray. Each time nothing wrong ...
Hi – I may be barking up the wrong tree and apologies', if this is not the correct place to post this. I work in the food industry and have (for the last 20 years) had micro-biological swabbing (for Strep etc) done on a bi-monthly basis. I have since November being taking Flecainide. In ...
User reviews to the study
I have taken Flecanide Acetate 50 mg twice a day about a year and a half ago. discontinued 1 month in as thought it might be causing dizziness. Now just started Flecanide today 50mg twice a day and take metoprolol succ ER 25 mg in morning and 12.5 in evening. Nervous about the combination of ...
I've been taking flecanide acetate for 6 months for my afib with great success until a few weeks ago. Two hours before I'm due to take my next dose my arrhythmia starts. I'm taking the max daily dose of 300mg so it can't be increased. Now my Dr wants me to add cartia xt 120mg daily to relax my ...
Had cardiac ablation April 2015. Have been on cardizem and flecainide since trouble first started in late 2015. Someday the meds work but lately I am having more irregular heart rhythm which seems to be somewhat discounted by my electrophysilogist even though it is disruptive.
Taking daily flecainide to prevent aFib/aFlutter. I still seem to have an event every 2 or 3 months. so far, they have converted back on their own in a week or less. Reading lots on the internet about the possibility of low magnesium being the culprit. Just ordered a supplement called ...
I have been off flecainide / metoprolol combination for a year and my a-fib came back. My cardiologist put me back on the combination. Now I remember how I felt before tired and shortness of breath when trying to exert myself. I would like to exercise more vigorously to build strength and ...