Review: could Meloxicam cause Palpitations?
We study 9,045 people who have side effects while taking Meloxicam from FDA and social media. Among them, 101 have Palpitations. Find out below who they are, when they have Palpitations and more.
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Meloxicam (latest outcomes from 10,285 users) has active ingredients of meloxicam. It is often used in arthritis.
Palpitations (feelings or sensations that your heart is pounding or racing) (latest reports from 314,388 patients) has been reported by people with high blood pressure, depression, osteoporosis, high blood cholesterol, pain.
On Jul, 13, 2014: 9,042 people reported to have side effects when taking Meloxicam. Among them, 101 people (1.12%) have Palpitations. They amount to 0.03% of all the 314,198 people who have Palpitations on eHealthMe.
Time on Meloxicam when people have Palpitations * :
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Gender of people who have Palpitations when taking Meloxicam * :
Age of people who have Palpitations when taking Meloxicam * :
Severity of Palpitations when taking Meloxicam ** :
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How people recovered from Palpitations ** :
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Top conditions involved for these people * :
- Pain (15 people, 14.85%)
- Rheumatoid arthritis (13 people, 12.87%)
- Arthritis (11 people, 10.89%)
- Depression (10 people, 9.90%)
- Anxiety (9 people, 8.91%)
Top co-used drugs for these people * :
- Digoxin (21 people, 20.79%)
- Aspirin (17 people, 16.83%)
- Omeprazole (17 people, 16.83%)
- Klor-con (16 people, 15.84%)
- Synthroid (15 people, 14.85%)
* Approximation only. Some reports may have incomplete information.
** Reports from social media are used.
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Initially was given Metoprolol 25-50mg/day for high blood pressure 180/115. Was good and relaxed for about a week, then severe palpitations started to occur. Was taken off Metoprolol and put on Losartan 25-50mg/day and palpitations continued to be severe and frequent 2-5/day lasting a few minutes to an hour or two. Recovery was longer. Shortness of breath was accompanied. Was at cardiologist's office when a severe palpalitory event was occuring. He said I was having PAC's. I've been told PVC's as well in past visits to the doctors office. I stopped taking Losartan a week and a half ago. I've had several good days without palpitations occuring with a few days with severe palpitations occuring. I'm not sure if palpitations will cease, but I wasn't having palpitations or arrythmias prior to taking any of these medications. Again, I am seeing a marked improvement overall after ceasing these medications. I've lost 20 lbs or 10% of my body weight over the past 2-3 months and feel much better, but the severe palpitations do occur still without much warning. Last night I had an episode that lasted close to an hour and a half. After the palpitations reside and normal heart function returns, stomach sour sets in and I end up urinating frequently and also evacuating my bowells which help with recovery. My cardiologist says that the stomach sour is a result of the palpitations and not the other way around. My stomach isn't causing my palpitations. I will never take another med again in my life. It's poison to my system. How other's can tolerate this stuff is beyond me. I eat right and exercise everyday.
From this study (3 days ago):
I was on cymbalta for almost 3 yrs.with great success. Was just switched to the generic..all hell broke out.
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