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Mentioned Together
2.23% of the posts that mention A Fib also mention Heart Attack (1,235 posts)
Treat them both!
Treatments such as Toprol, Digoxin and Metoprolol are used both for A Fib and Heart Attack.

A Fib

/ 55,303 posts
(Atrial fibrillation)
Atrial fibrillation (AF or A-fib) is the most common cardiac arrhythmia (abnormal heart rhythm), and involves the two upper chambers (atrium (anatomy)) of the heart. Its name comes from the fibrillating (i.e., quivering) of the heart muscles of the atria, instead of a coordinated ... Read more on Wikipedia

Top Treating Medications

Amiodarone*
Sotalol
Toprol*
* Off-label

Heart Attack

/ 615,619 posts
(Myocardial infarction)
Myocardial infarction (MI) or acute myocardial infarction (AMI), commonly known as a heart attack, is the interruption of Blood flow to a part of the heart, causing heart cells to die. This is most commonly due to occlusion (blockage) of a coronary artery following the ... Read more on Wikipedia

Top Treating Medications

Aspirin
Lipitor
Plavix
* Off-label
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What patients are saying about A Fib and Heart Attack

1,235 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
is currently taken all kinds of medication including, Toprol...
...High BP, has never had a heart attack, Has never had heart surgery , and his arteries are clean. The doctors say it was caused by a virus. Has that happened to anyone else? He has gone through the...
guess you have every reason to be a proponent of Simvastatin...
...mitral valve, also atrial fibrillation and take prescriptions for everything...I come by it genetically. It makes a person feel weak and vulnerable, even when she looks perfectly healthy....
attack/arrythmia episode she was placed on norvasc, plavix...
...and diagnosed with A-fib and A-flutter. She also has COPD. She gets out of breath very easily and uses inhalers. After this last heart attack/arrythmia episode she was placed on norvasc, plavix and...
fever when he was a child. His dad died from a heart attack....
...not have to shock it. He will be going in for a stress test to see why this happened. He is over-weight and he has not felt good for about the past 2 years. He has experienced vertigo, and indeg...
of the Procanbid. Only very rarely do I experience any afib...
...heart attack a few years ago. I haven't had any side effects from either, although my platelets are checked regularly because lowered platelets are a rare possible side effect of the...
this site for people with clotting issues, heart attacks...
...use of coumadin. I can not stress enough how common this is. These are very dangerous medicines! People think they have no alternative but there are several now in the alterntive realm. ...
and heart attack. Some cardiologists prescribe coumadin or...
...very least, you should be on aspirin therapy to help avoid stroke and heart attack. Some cardiologists prescribe coumadin or warfarin, depending on ...years ago, and am now afib free!...
physician can affirm, is to anti-coagulate.  I'm on warfar...
...this summer, finally diagnosed as a clot produced during a-fib.  It was minor and no lasting damage, thank goodness, but it could have been worse.  The answer, which your physician can affirm, is...
can't sustain normal rhythm anymore. i've been in afib...
...attack. warfarin and betablockers and reduce those risks. however, the long-term effect of afib is that the atria get bigger and floppier. the atria are not designed to work as hard as they...
Abliation procedure done or take a combination of Flecainide...
...of Afib. First at 24, 34, 35 & now a few weeks ago. I have met with various doctors in Miami and all told me the same thing. Either get a Cather Abliation procedure done or take a...
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