Amiodarone is taken for: A Fib* Arrythmia Ventricular Tachycardia

Amiodarone

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Other names: Cordarone, Pacerone
Method of use: Injection, Pill
Prescribing mode: Rx
Amiodarone is an antiarrhythmic agent (medication used for irregular heart beat) used for various types of tachyarrhythmias (fast form...
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Does Amiodarone cause Chronic Heart Failure ?

Chronic Heart Failure is a known side effect of Amiodarone
#1 in Amiodarone discussions - 334 posts discuss Chronic Heart Failure with Amiodarone. Chronic Heart Failure is #1 concern in Amiodarone discussions.
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for close to a year and my hyperthyroid condition...
" ...I am a CHF paitent with an ...me claims that this is a amiodarone-induced condition. I took the ...to be present. I've been off amiodarone for close to a year and my hyperthyroid condition ap... "

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and rebalance my thyroid? Amiodarone has been discontinued
" ...resulting from amiodarone I am being treated for congestive heart failure and arrythmia for the past 4 years. A toxic medication, Amiodarone is the primary med ...rebalance my thyroid? Amiodar... "

problems. Even though everyone on this site has CHF...
" ...amiodarone probably the rest of my life since I was throwing clots due to my septal shunt and a-fib , so I guess any meds are based on each individual's problems. Even though everyone on this site ... "

It is that dreaded amiodarone (Cordarone). My CHF doctor...
" ...ago. It is that dreaded amiodarone (Cordarone). My CHF doctor refused to cut down ...other at one point. The CHF doc told me to take 1/2 pill of amiodarone so that equals 100mg a... "

amiodarone and suspect I am developing a toxic reaction...
" Hi, I have been diagnosed with CHF. I underwent surgery in October ...mitral valve (St. Jude). I take 400mg amiodarone and suspect I am developing a toxic reaction. I have received 2 ...any new... "

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on amiodarone and obviously doesn't work with me. I heard...
" ...I'm on amiodarone and obviously doesn't work with me. I heard ...my DR. I had congestive heart failure in 2006 so I don't know if I can take it. Any help?? Also take coreg... "

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taken off amio. now because of side effects and mild CHF...
" ...ablation for my a-fib. It is ...being heavily loaded on amiodarone in late June and then electro-cardioverted. I've been taken off amio. now because of side effects and mild CHF last week.... "

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on amiodarone and obviously doesn't work with me. I heard...
" ...on amiodarone and obviously doesn't work with me. I ...DR. I had congestive heart failure in 2006 so I don't know if I can take it. Any help?? Added 11 Jan 2012: Also tak... "

of loads. I have been back and back and back to the CHF...
" ...amiodarone and experience leg weakness. If on a grade (incline), it is severe. I also find sudden weakness in the arms and shoulders when lifting the lightest of loads. I have been back and back an... "

husband with CHF was put on amiodarone (Cordarone) a year...
" Hello, My husband with CHF was put on amiodarone (Cordarone) a year ago because ...from the surgery on his weak heart. We don't think ...200, then 100mg of the amiodarone. The dosage had been de... "

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