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Digoxin for a-fib

Dr. Prescribing this for a-fib. I have read that there is a high mortality rate for a-fib on this. Is there anything out there that doesn't cause problems. Already on lopressor but having break thru after 3 years. ## Unfortunately, all prescription drugs pose the risk of side effects. Even natural remedies do for that matter, but more so, to a much lesser extent since your body doesn't necessarily recognize them as toxins in the same way it does with synthetic pills. Also, my findings state that there are potentially unsafe interactions between Lopressor and Digoxin. Quoted below are the precautions you should be aware of: "Using metoprolol (Lopressor) together with digoxin may slow your heart rate and lead to increased side effects. Contact your doctor if you experience nau...

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digoxin side effects

I am taking Cartia xt 120mg, but now the doctor added Digoxin and after a 1/2 hour I started with PVCs. Could there be interactions between these 2 drugs? ## Hello, Moni! How are you? It's possible, they both tend to increase the efficacy of each other. Are you having PVC's or just palpitations? Have you informed your doctor? Other possible side effects, as listed by the FDA, may include nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, increased urination and hypotension. ## Can you take Digoxin and Tikosyn with the herbal supplement called DGL? ## The .125 mg dosage of digoxin (5 days a week) causes breast enlargement and pain. Is it common and if so, how do you manage it?

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5 months pregnant and no previous heart conditions

I was told at 5months of pregnancy my babies's heart was beating too fast and I was rushed from my doctor's office to the er. I was told digoxin would bring my baby's heart back to normal and I would be discharged that same day or the next. Many tubes of blood were taken until I asked why because I was starting to feel tired and I was told several doctors were over me and wanted their own blood so I asked if they could share and I thought I fell asleep for a nap but I later woke up a day later the nurse informed and I was also hooked to many cords including a catheter. I was told that something went wrong and the medicine went to my heart and also sped my unborn's baby's heart even faster and now I am being prep for an emergency cesarean. I felt like I was on a muscle r

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My fathers pills I can't find the bottle

Tiny round yellow tablet scored with a line. On each sides of line 1 side 544 other side has letters ups. ## Hello, Debbie! How is your dad doing? I believe the marking you're looking at might be JSP 544 and, if that is the case, this tablet is manufactured by Lannett and they list it as being a 125mcg Digoxin tablet, which is used to treat irregular heart beat. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache and hypotension. Is this a medication your father usually takes?

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small round white pill with jsp and 545 on one side nothing the other

Found that pill with JSP above score and 545 under the score and nothing on the other ## Hi, Lara! How are you? From what I've found, this is listed as being a 250mcg Digoxin tablet, it is most commonly used to treat heart conditions, usually those that involve rhythm disturbances. Learn more Digoxin details here. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, loss of appetite and visual disturbances. Is there anything else I can help with? ## The pill imprint JSP 545 is identified as Digoxin 250 mcg (0.25 mg) with a National Drug Code of 00527-1325-01 by Lannett Pharma and is a generic for Lanoxin 250mcg. This medicine is used in the treatment of atrial fibrillation; heart failure and belongs to the drug classes group V antiarrhythmics, inotropic agents.

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Digoxin Brand Global

I have been taking Digoxin .125 for afib for 3 years with no problems. A few weeks ago I started feeling tired.. running out if energy before the day is done... about a week ago I refilled my Digoxin only the pharmacy filled it with Global Brand instead of the Qualitest they usually use. For the last few days I havnt felt well at all..tired..even though im sleeping a lot...no energy...some nausea....warm and prickly feeling on my scalp..feeling of weakness all over..little headachey...hot sometimes cold...but im not sick...but I just dont feel well. Could it be the Digoxin brand change? Im 62..dont take any other meds other than Lorazapam .5 as needed.. ususlly I take it with my Digoxin but didnt last couple of days just because Im feeling so run down didnt want to lower my BP any more....

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Yellow round pill scored with 786 on same side

What is it I found it and don't know what it is can you please help me and verify what it is thankyou ## Hello, Malady bug! How are you? I think you're looking at the pill upside and the marking is actually 981 over a score line. This tablet is manufactured by Global Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 0.125mgs of Digoxin. The FDA lists this medication as being used to treat heart rhythm disorders, such as A-fib. Its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, loss of appetite and diarrhea. Is there anything else I can help with?

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digoxin toxicity

What causes overdose of this medication and the symptoms? Is it detected by blood work? ## According to the National Institute of Health, digoxin toxicity (overdose) symptoms may be caused by a number of different influential factors, including: having high levels of digoxin in your body; a decreased tolerance to digoxin; low magnesium or potassium levels; problems that affect your kidney function (such as dehydration); and interactions with certain medications. You can read more about each of these various risk factors in the link below: nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000165.htm As far as detection is concerned, blood tests are reported to be a standard protocol for determining which risk factor(s) might be causing it. I hope this info helps!

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Digoxin 981 versus JSP 544

I just renewed my Digoxin 125 MCG prescription. I have been getting JSP 544 and just received 981. The size of the 981 is larger than the JSP 544 in diameter and thickness. Is this just a difference in Manufacturer? ## Hello, Phil! How are you? Yes, the new one is the same medication, in the same dosage, just manufactured by Global Pharmaceuticals. This is very common with generic medications, whichever one your pharmacy has in stock can vary, depending on who was offering the cheapest price, at the time they need to restock their supply. Side effects may include nausea, loss of appetite, dizziness and blurred vision. Is there anything else I can help with?

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Isosorbide Mn Er 30mg

Isosorbide mn er 30ml was added about 8 days ago to my mother meds. She is 85. Two and a half days ago she started complaining of pain from her upper thigh going down toward her knees in both legs. I am wondering if Isosorbide could be the cause since this is the only thing that has changed in her routine. ## Hi Sandy, Is your mom taking any other medications that could potentially have an interaction with Isosorbide? There doesn't appear to be any related side effect information that mentions leg pain or inflammation within the lower extremities, so I'm thinking that Isosorbide could simply be interacting with another med or that this is more or less a just a rare side effect of the drug that isn't listed with the other more common side effects. In either case, it sounds li...

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number on digoxin 125 mg heart tablets

I need to know what the digoxin 125 ng pill looks like. My husband messed up his meds and I want to make sure which is digoxin. ## Hello, Jean! How are you? There are actually several in the .125mg dosage…. they are… Round, yellow, marking 981 on top of score line Round, yellow, marking W 40, separated by a score line Round, yellow, marking 437 on one side, scored on the other Round, yellow, marking JSP over 544 separated by a score line Round, yellow, marking dp 914 separated by a score line Do any of these match the tablets you have?

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rash from drug interreaction

My husband has added drugs for congestive heart failure in the last few months. He has developed a rash. the dermotolist ,after a biopsy say it is a drug interreaction. the new drug are digoxin,furosmide,xarelto,potassium cl re. He has been on lopresser.avodart,ramipril and crestor for years with no side effects. The dermotiligist also prescribed prednisone,which did stop the rash, but once he stopped using it, the rash returned. Is prolonged use of Prednisone harmful? Do you see anything in the prescriptions he takes cause the rash. ## Hi, Barb! Sorry that your husband is having such issues and I hope he is getting better. Has he consulted his cardiologist? Because there can be some dangers to taking the Prednisone if he's in active CHF, it can cause elevated blood pressure, elevat...

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Elcafort

elcafort: indications and side effects ## There's actually very little, if any information about this drug online (even through international google sites). The little info that I did gather, stated that Elcafort is being manufactured by Torrent Pharmaceuticals LTD (1109). If anything, I would recommend contacting the manufacturer at the link below: The company is based in India. I hope this helps! ## I am 60 yrs old, suffering from blood cot in the brain and weakness of the heart valve due to reumatic fever of the heart. I am asked to take clotan tab and elcafort tab besides ,asithrom 3 mg tab,digoxin and seloken tabs Is it o.k.? ## I am 24 and I have borderline personality disorder, my doc gave me elcafort with other medications. I dont what this medicine can do and there is no in...

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Olfen 100 time release

can olfen 100 time release be taken with thyroxine, digoxin and amoxil asprin and loratidine ## Olfen contains the active ingredient Diclofenac, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, so it is contraindicated in use with the Aspirin, because it increases the risk of GI bleeding and blood thinning. Learn more Diclofenac details here. Learn more Aspirin details here. Are there any other questions?

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acitrom

acitrom tablet , side effects and other details ## Sorry, since this is not available in the U.S. finding information on it is difficult. Other countries just do not regulate their drugs and require as much information to be available to the consumer as the U.S. FDA does. I suggest asking your doctor or pharmacist for more information. ## I had a arotic valve surgery in 1990 and now doctors in Army RR in delhi advided me to go under surgery again but i examined the same in AIIMS and they ask me to continue the med (Acitron, Digoxin, Dietied (hope spelled correctly!!)) so now I am in a dialima whether to go for surgery again or not.... Also please let me know what to do to avoid this operation (personally, I dont want to get operated again) (My operation was done in 1990 in CMC vallur) a...

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Sulfameth Tmp Ds Tab / NIGHT SWEATS

Does Sulfameth/Temp Ds tabs affect the thyroid in any way? In the past, I've had borderline high thyroid condition. I currently take Solalol and Digoxin for a heart condition. I've been taking it 2 x day and experiencing night sweats and palpitations ## It did mine..made my heart race like a "cat" running. ## Although thyroid side effects are not mentioned in the patient guidelines, this medication does cause side effects that can effect the function of your thyroid, such as; irregular heartbeat, fever, chills, weakness, difficulty breathing, etc. You can view a list of side effects in the paragraph below: Severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; itching; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue; unusual hoarseness); blist...

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w 40 small yellow

it is round and scored in the middle ## I located the pill in description to be Digoxin (0.125 mg). Digoxin is widely used in the treatment of various heart conditions, namely atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter and sometimes heart failure that cannot be controlled by other medication. To view information about this drug, please click on the link below... If you have any other questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to assist you.

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round pill w 40 imprint

small round pill with 40 imprinted on one side ## Located a match to a yellow round pill with W 40 on it, it's Digoxin 0.125 mg. Digoxin is widely used in the treatment of various heart conditions, namely atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter and sometimes heart failure that cannot be controlled by other medication. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do.

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