Magnesium Oxide

Last Update February 8, 2016
Other brands: Magnesium, Mag-Oxide
Category: Dietary supplement
Magnesium oxide, or magnesia, is a white hygroscopy solid mineral that occurs naturally as periclase and is a source of magnesiu...
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#6 in Magnesium Oxide discussions - 52 posts discuss A Fib with Magnesium Oxide.

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Oxide 400 mg has worked wonders for my PVC's and A-fib....
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" Magnesium Oxide 400 mg has worked wonders for my PVC's and A-fib. It may work for you... "

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direction. I also take Magnesium oxide 400mg two times a...
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" ...on a treadmill and my Afib and PVC's went away. ...right direction. I also take Magnesium oxide 400mg two times... "

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was low. So started on Magnesium Oxide 500 mg once per...
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" I too have PVC's and AFib and was recently hospitalized. At ...potassium was low. So started on Magnesium Oxide 500 mg once per... "

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side effects. I have had paroxsymal afib for 2 years now. I...
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" Multaq, Pradaxa, Magnesium Oxide, Potassium Chloride, Diovan/HCT work well for me without any side effects. I have had paroxsymal afib for 2 years now. I stopped multaq and it got much worse and when... "

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cardiologist started me on Magnesium Oxide 400mg after my...
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" ...a great discovery if Cozaar turned out to have an anti-arrhythmic effect. I'm curious to know if it was the magnesium , the Atenolol or the cozaar or all of these combined or just a coincidence. My... "

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also has me take magnesium oxide with each Multaq. It has...
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" ...4 weeks for the Multaq to really infuse itself into my system and have its best effect. He also has me take magnesium oxide with each Multaq. It has been four weeks now and my A Fib has settled down... "

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doc has me also take magnesium oxide (400mg) with each dose...
" ...doc has me also take magnesium oxide (400mg) with each dose of Multaq. Apparently the mag oxide also provides for NSR control in combo with Multaq. I was told that if A Fib occurs to take an extra... "

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gone into afib and decided to take 500 mg of magnesium oxide...
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" ...for 8 weeks. I have gone into afib and decided to take 500 mg of magnesium oxide . well I'm in normal sinus rythm since I started this . dosage . spoke to my doctors chief assistant and I detected... "

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ow and prescribed Magnesium Oxide. Since then, no more episo...
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" Alcohol and A-Fib Dear Doctor: I am 35 year old healthy male ...connection between alcohol consumption and A-Fib is? When I had my ...magnesium was low and prescribed Magnesium Oxide. Since then, no more... "

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00 mg magnesium oxide, not the best form, i.e., I ma...
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" ...they sell. I've been taking a small Magnesium supplement (400 mg magnesium oxide, not the best form, i.e., I may ...I am also on prescription medication and know my condition is atrial fibrillation... "

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