Ardosons Side Effects Elevated Heart Rate

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Alice Says:
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This is my second time trying Ardosons because the first time that I tried it I felt an elevated heart rate and got scared so i stopped taking it after the first day. My doctor recommended it for my severe sciatica pain and today was my first time taking it again and I have an elevated heart rate (I can feel it) should I be worried about this side effect? Can something serious actually happen to me by taking this medication?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Alice! How are you feeling? Has there been any change? Are you on any other medications?

Have you actually checked your pulse rate to know if it is high, or are you just going by the fact that you can feel it? An elevated heart rate and experiencing palpitations, where you can feel your heart beat, are not necessarily one and the same, although it is possible that they can be related.

Ardosons contains Betamethasone, Indomethacin, and Methocarbamol, since the Betamethasone is a steroid class medication, it can cause elevated heart rate, elevated blood pressure, mood changes, weight changes, and fluid retention as side effects, according to FDA warnings.



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Mason Says:

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Are you a certified spokesperson for the FDA? Have you ever suffered any of the afflictions that people often experience? Do you have any empirical knowledge whatsoever or is your job simply to regurgitate what you plagiarize from Wikipedia? Do you not think that a person can tell when their OWN heart rate is ELEVATED!!?? wow!!

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Alice Says:
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My heart rate was elevated I had to sleep sitting down that night because I felt like something was seriously wrong. I called my doctor and he got me off the medication he said it was a really strong medecine so now im off it. I did check my pulse and it was a little higher than usual. Thank you for your reply!

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