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Arrythmia

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Cardiac dysrhythmia (also known as arrhythmia and irregular heartbeat) is a term for any of a large and heterogeneous grou...
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Common Arrythmia treatments discussed around the web
Amiodarone 618 Atenolol 508 Toprol 457
41,785 conversations around the web about Arrythmia to help you make a decision
41,785 conversations around the web about Arrythmia to help you make a decision
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Arrythmia & Heartburn

0.28% of the posts that mention Arrythmia also mention Heartburn (117 posts)
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side effect I have had is heartburn, but it has had...
" ...take Flecainide twice a day for my arrhythmia and the only negative side effect I have had is heartburn, but it has had and extremely positive effect on my \"off beats\" so I have added Prilosec to... "

father-in-law complained of massive heartburn a week...
" ...went into arrythmia. ...had his heart attack and had a stent placed. I don't mean to scare people--it seems to be HORRIBLE, longer term heartburn that nothing helps, not the kind you get... "

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hours. Goes away when heartburn goes away. Happens...
" ...140/85, overweight by abt. 40 lbs. I experience irregular heartbeat only when I have heartburn. It's preceded by a gurgling feeling in stomach and can last 10 minutes to several hours. Goes away... "

my arrhythmia issues went away. It was just confirmation...
" ...surgery - all my arrhythmia was bad valve related. ...of stomach upset, heart burn and arrhythmia. I was put on Prilosec, without an official ...on Prilosec my arrhythmia issues went away. ... "

but lately I get heartburn after taking Tambacor, (not...
" Started taking lots of meds for arrhythmia about 6 years ago. Seems to be under control, but lately I get heartburn after taking Tambacor, (not sure if this is the... "

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a trigger for my arrythmias, and I have certainly...
" ...for my arrythmias, and I have certainly have found that to be true..........unfortunately, apparently there are other triggers too, but I can tell that heartburn is a sure... "

(a beta blocker) for my heart arrhythmia, but have GERD and...
" ...blocker? I do know that most beta blockers can weaken the sphincter valve at the top of the stomach, aggravating heartburn. I'm supposed to take metoprolol (a beta blocker) for my heart... "

have 2 heart arrhythmia s, i have tried hi, i have 2 heart...
" ...2 heart arrhythmia s, i have tried hi, i have 2 heart arrhythmia s, i ...medication, the put me on nexium which i looked up and it says it takes care of heartburn, i dont have heart burn, does n... "

Losec (omeprazole) to control occasional heartburn...
" ...heartburn for two years. After taking 20mg per day for 2 to 3 days I notice an occasional skipped heartbeat. I stop taking omeprazole and within 1-2 days this side-effect goes away. Two weeks late... "

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be true with my PPI for heartburn, my immunosuppressant and...
" ...to be true with my PPI for heartburn, my immunosuppressant and anti-arrhythmia medications. However, it took several ...find something to ease your pain! Let us know how... "

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